Aeropress

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I like a coffee but instant is s***e and f**k the cost, £7 for s***e but I got one of these and its brilliant. compact enough to take fishing too.
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Absolutely - lovely coffee. They do a travel version, with a cup that the press stacks into. But I think it's slightly smaller than the regular one
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aeropress go, forgot about that. just a wee bit shorter by 1 level. aeropress normal one has 4 but I usually fill to 3 anyway. lidl for beans and ground in my food processor, im not hipster enough to get a grinder plus im tight i used a paper filter about 10-15 times.
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I have recently started using one of these, makes a great coffee.

I got the Aeropress Go.
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Bought one a couple of years back, very good bit of kit. I don’t drink much coffee, prefer tea day to day.
Have to say though these are great for real coffee tastes, not cheap but worth it. Might get a “Go” in time which is ultra
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I like coffee in the morning, and use a french press and freshly ground beans. One of my former employees was a proper coffee geek. He used to roast his own beans. There was a small roastery on his way in to work and he asked if we could start to get the office coffee from there. He'd pick it up each week on his way in. It wasn't cheap but it kept the troops happy. Turned out the lass in roastery was an absolute stunner, and I was paying over the odds so my good man could get his kicks. :laughs:
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