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AeroPress Debuts New Model – AeroPress Go

AeroPress has announced the release of the AeroPress Go, a new model of its signature filter coffee brewing device optimised for portability. The new model is compact, lightweight, and durable, which AeroPress says makes it ideal for coffee lovers who wish to enjoy their favourite brewed coffee while away. The new AeroPress is not yet available on their website, so it’s going to take a while to see it online. In the meantime you can still buy the regular AeroPress an Amazon. I think the regular one is decently portable.

AeroPress has announced the release of the AeroPress Go, a new model of its signature filter coffee brewing device optimised for portability.

The new model is compact, lightweight, and durable, which AeroPress says makes it ideal for coffee lovers who wish to enjoy their favourite brewed coffee while away from their kitchen.

“Coffee lovers need a quick, convenient way to brew excellent coffee so they don’t have to rely on inferior hotel coffee, expensive cafés, or cowboy coffee while they’re away from home,” AeroPress inventor Alan Adler says.

The Go travels self-contained in its mug, making it easy to fit in a suitcase, desk, RV, with camping gear, or on a boat.

“The AeroPress Go gives busy travellers everything they need to conveniently brew superb coffee with a minimum of fuss anywhere they want. And clean up takes just a few seconds,” Adler says.

The company says the new model quickly and easily produces up to 16 ounces of absolutely delicious American-style coffee that is richer, smoother, and lower in acidity than coffee brewed by conventional coffee makers including conventional presses.

AeroPress says the rapid, total immersion brewing process of its devices produce rich flavour without bitterness and high acidity.

“The AeroPress process yields coffee with only one fifth the acid level of ordinary drip brew,” Adler says. “AeroPress brew is not just richer and smoother; it’s also much friendlier to your stomach.”

The AeroPress Go brews in about a minute and takes little maintenance, requiring a quick, light rinse. After brewing, eject the spent coffee into the trash or a compost bin and just rinse the plunger.

Once finished, users can pack the AeroPress Go back into its travel mug and are ready to go.

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