12 Coffee Products You Never Knew You Needed

Does social distancing have you missing Starbucks—and frantically Googling how to make good coffee at home? All you really need are good beans, a decent coffee maker, and maybe one or two of these useful...

Ruth Reichl's Christmas gift suggestions

by grayelf 6 years ago

http://www.ruthreichl.com/2014/11/gift-guide-day--1.html I discovered this too late for 2014 but I think she does it annually. Some things are pricey, some not. All are pretty cool and I'd only ...

French Press, Aeropress or Clever Coffee Dripper

by Aprileats 9 years ago

Recently broke my little Bodum french press. I'm contemplating replacing it with the same press or trying something new. I'm not a huge fan of drip coffee and I like a strong brew. Anyone have a...

Coffee Grinder for Aeropress

by cowboyardee 9 years ago

So, I've switched over to the Aeropress, for its nice mixture of convenience and quality in a single cup coffee maker. Been playing around with it for a couple weeks now, and I dig it. Thumbs up. ...

home made $2 metal filter for Aeropress +manual open hopper grinder for $8.99.

by HLing 10 years ago

Not a day go by that I don't marvel at the creation of the Aeropress, and the Inverted Brewing technique! There sometimes is an issue with using the paper filter, where even though it does produc...

Aeropress in a coffeeshop

by ebloom 11 years ago

Anyone know of a place serving coffee made with an Aeropress here? They have them for sale at Anderson's, but I was hoping someone was brewing with them. I checked at Houndstooth and they were un...

Starbucks Iced Mocha at Home (in five minutes using an Aeropress)

by markle976 11 years ago

I love a good iced mocha from Starbucks (I guess that means I am not a true coffee aficionado, but I do enjoy the taste of a fresh cup of black coffee). I see iced mochas as essentially a gourmet c...

It's official - i'm in love...with my new Aeropress!

by goodhealthgourmet 11 years ago

i have to thank my fellow Chowhounds for recommending this little gadget. i spotted it at Sur La Table last night, and since i've been hating the coffee that my Krups produces, i decided to pick on...

Bialetti? Aeropress?

by lulou23 11 years ago

I will be visiting family without nearby espresso access and am looking for a portable, affordable stovetop espresso maker to take with me. Any recommendations? I am considering either a stainless ...

AeroPress Topping Off Question

by DiningDiva 11 years ago

I really like the new AeroPress I got but I am having a hard time diluting (topping off as they call it in their literature) the finished shots so that a regular cup of coffee doesn't come out too ...


by rubinow 14 years ago

Has anybody tried the AeroPress? Is it as good as they say?

Looking for AeroPress or Bialetti Moka/Brikka

by peppermint pate 12 years ago

Any suggestions on where in central/downtown gta I can find these at a decent price? Also, does about $35 for the AeroPress and $50 for the Brikka sound about right? Thanks.

AeroPress [split from Starbucks Testing thread on Boston Board]

by Boston_Otter 13 years ago

I have only a passing knowledge of how the Clover works, but from what I've seen, the super-fancy technology behind it can be best replicated at home with a $25 device called the AeroPress. http...

Aeropress + Zassenhaus in L.A.?

by odub 14 years ago

I'm trying to find a place in Los Angeles that might carry both an Aeropress drip coffee maker plus a Zassenhaus manual mill? I think Sur La Table MIGHT carry the Aeropress but I'm not certain ...

AeroPress - anyone tried it?

by Caitlin McGrath 15 years ago

I'm sure this is old news on dedicated coffee message boards, which I don't read, but I just learned of the AeroPress in an article in the San Jose Mercury News (see URL at the bottom of this post;...

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