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Love this coffee maker . I bought one after my sister brought hers on our vacation . It is small and compact so you can take it on trips and still have great tasting coffee on vacation . Also easy to use and if you just want one cup of coffee you aren't wasting a whole pot of coffee . It is especially nice if you live in a small apartment or a dorm
This brews the best shot for the best cup of coffee ever, rich, dark, with no bitter taste. Purchase at a reasonable price,easy to use & clean up.
i rarely drink coffee, or rather i used to rarely drink it , because i did not like the taste. it always seemed burnt & bitter...& i have been to the "BEST" coffee shops. now i drink it every day...i actually crave coffee now because this makes the tastiest coffee ever.
Despite its simplicity, this device makes a great cup of coffee. Not speedy nor good for more than one or two people at a time.
My husband and I registered for this coffee press after reading the other good reveiws. We were a little skeptical, but do love coffee, so decided to try it. You can absolutely tell the difference between fresh pressed coffee and an automatic coffee maker (and we have a delux coffee and espresso maker)! Makes the best cup of coffee I've ever had, hands down. It looks a little complicated, but once I figured it out, we have it every morning we have time! It is really fun to use when you are entertaining, as many people don't know the difference and enjoy seeing the press work. Highly recommend this, either as a gift (one of our fav off our registry) or for yourself!
This thing is surprisingly amazing. I didn't think there would be much difference between this and several other much more expensive coffee makers. The first cup I had with this was the best coffee I've ever had. Use good coffee and you'll be surprised at how good it is.
Brews an excellent cup and it's easy to use and clean too. Highly reccomended.
Let me start by saying that almost every member of my family now owns one of these. And most of my friends, too. It looks like a giant syringe body, and it brews the most flavorful yet least acidic coffee I've ever had. Basically, it's sort-of a manual expresso maker. You put a filter in the bottom, put your ground coffee in the cylinder, pour boiling water on the ground coffee, stir a bit, and then insert the plunger and press down. What you get is 1 to 4 shots of espresso-ish coffee, ready to be made into "Americano" by adding water. I typically make a double-shot and another 12-14 oz of hot water and get a cup that rivals anything I can from most professional baristas. It uses more coffee than most coffeemakers, but since the process is so fast, it picks up virtually none of the acidity. But that doesn't make it bland, but very drinkable. You will need a supply of hot-enough water - we use an electric kettle. One other thing - cleanup is very simple: take the cap off of the bottom and eject the "coffee puck" into the trash. Depending on where you buy them, you get 350 filter disks for $3.50-$5.00.. Very highly recommended. (By the way, I have no financial stake in this company).