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All these coffees work really well in an Aeropress. Also, have a look at our Hand-Picked Best For Aeropress coffees.

The Aeropress was invented in 2005 by Aerobie president Alan Adler. Coffee is steeped for the required period and then forced through a filter by pressing the plunger through the tube.

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Save as favourite Rounton Coffee Roasters: Kenya, Peaberry Blend, Washed
from £7.00
From Rounton Coffee Roasters: This lot is a blend of various peaberry lots which weren’t large enough to be submitted into the usual Kenyan auction system, and so is a mix of coffee from all over Kenya. Curiously, this coffee is also incredibly consistent, despite coming from various locations across...
Save as favourite Clifton Coffee Roasters: Peru, Cajamarca Regional Select, Washed
from £6.50
From Clifton Coffee Roasters: As an origin, Peru has all the conditions necessary to produce world-class coffee.  Its high elevation, prominence of good varieties like Typica, Bourbon, Caturra and a quality-focused movement among smallholder growers, along with cooperatives utilising organic husbandry, is very encouraging for the future recognition these lots...
Save as favourite Clifton Coffee Roasters: Ethiopia, Banko Gotiti, Washed
from £8.50
From Clifton Coffee Roasters: This exceptional lot was processed, dry milled and exported by Legu Trading. The coffee was grown by smallholder farmers living around the town of Bank Gotiti in the Gedeo County in Yirgacheffe. Most contributing farmers own less than a hectare of land, and they grow coffee...
Save as favourite Artisan Roast: Burundi, Munkaze Washing Station, Washed
from £8.00
From Artisan Roast: The East African country of Burundi is often overlooked for its coffee quality but produces some of the most exceptional coffees in the region. Within the country the northern highland district of Kayanza sits alongside the border with Southern Rwanda and is home to Burundi’s highest quality...
Save as favourite Artisan Roast: Burundi, Munkaze Washing Station, Natural
from £8.50
From Artisan Roast: The East African country of Burundi is often overlooked for its coffee quality but produces some of the most exceptional coffees in the region.   Within the country the northern highland district of Kayanza sits alongside the border with Southern Rwanda and is home to Burundi’s highest...
Save as favourite Foundry Coffee Roasters: Bolivia, Finca El Arcangel, Natural
from £10.00
An exceptional coffee from Finca El Arcangel, in Caranavi (known as the capital of coffee) within the lush forest of the Yungas region of Bolivia. Finca El Arcangel is a relatively new farm (2015) and mostly planted with the Caturra variety in very fertile soil. Expect tastes of luscious dark...
Save as favourite The Coffee Roasters: 3 Coffees For Aeropress
£26.00 - FREE Delivery
3 x 250g bags of speciality coffees, ideal for an Aeropress. One bag delivered weekly, monthly or at the frequency you prefer. Simply state your preference during checkout. Each coffee will be from a different origin and roaster. Here's some examples*: Artisan Roast, Edinburgh: Ethiopia, Bollodu, Washed Dear Green Coffee,...
Save as favourite Rounton Coffee Roasters: Myanmar (Burma), Ywangan, Washed
from £6.50
Unbelievably, until recently around 90% of Burma’s opium was grown in Southern Shan State where Ywangan is situated. Huge efforts have been made to push farmers towards coffee production here with impressive results. This particular coffee comes from the Mandalay Coffee Group (MCG), which was formed in 2014 and works...
Save as favourite Cast Iron Coffee Roasters: Ethiopia, Duromina Lot#22, Washed
from £9.00
From Cast Iron Coffee Roasters: Duromina, which means “to improve their lives” in the Afan Oromo language, is a coffee cooperative in southwestern Jimma Zone. The Coffee Initiative - a project established by Technoserve and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation - was influential in establishing and developing fledgling cooperatives...
Save as favourite Cast Iron Coffee Roasters: Ethiopia, Debo, Kochere District, Natural
from £9.00
From Cast Iron Coffee Roasters: This grade 1 natural Ethiopian coffee comes from around 600 smallholder farmers in Debo, Kochere district, in the famous Yirgacheffe region of southern Ethiopia. The heirloom varieties most resemble the Typica variety with over 1000 different types growing in the wild forests of Ethiopia responsible...
Save as favourite Cast Iron Coffee Roasters: Colombia, Caturra De Altura, Granja La Esperanza, Washed
from £7.50
From Cast Iron Coffee Roasters: Granja La Esperanza is a group of farms owned and run by the Herrara family. Recognised as one of the leading farms in Colombia their obsessive attention to details has lead them to win the Speciality Coffee Association of America’s “Triple Crown”. This special award...
Save as favourite Outpost Coffee: Brazil, Sitio Samambaia, Natural
from £9.00
From Outpost Coffee: This coffee is naturally processed. After harvesting, the ripe cherries are dried on patios in the sun for around 15 days. The cherries must be raked periodically to maintain a consistent drying process and prevent over-fermentation or the development of mould. If there is rain during the...
Save as favourite Clifton Coffee Roasters: Guatemala, Finca Capetillo, Natural
from £9.55
From Clifton Coffee Roasters: Rich volcanic soil, low humidity, sunny days and cool nights characterise the Antigua Coffee region. This valley is surrounded by three volcanoes; Agua, Fuego and Acatenango. Volcanic pumics in the sol retains moisture which helps ofset the lack of rain fall. During harvest the coffee cherries...
Save as favourite Clifton Coffee Roasters: Colombia, House Filter V.8, Yerwa Womens Project, Washed
from £6.75
Café ANEI is a strategic organisation supporting the social, environmental and cultural aspects of the lives of 700 producers from families belonging to 4 indigenous tribes located near Valledupar in Columbia. In partnership with them and the Colombian Government Clifton Coffee are supporting the planting of 2 hectares of coffee...
Save as favourite Horsham Coffee Roaster: Brazil, Recanto, Pulped Natural
from £7.50
A traditional, lower acidity, coffee from Brazil. Horsham Coffee Roaster have been buying coffee from the Recanto farm since 2015 and we have always been impressed with the quality. The farm is inside an extinct volcano which means it's growing in some of the best soil in Brazil!
Save as favourite Foundry Coffee Roasters: Rwanda, Bushoki, Iyongera Musaruro Co Op, Washed
from £8.00
From Foundry Coffee Roasters: It's always a pleasure to feature a coffee from Rwanda and this one is a real beauty. The standout feature is the luxurious, creamy body which carries smooth butterscotch sweetness alongside plummy notes. The whole thing melts away in a dreamy dark chocolate finish. This is...
Save as favourite Casa Espresso: Uganda, Rwenzori Mountain, Red Cherry Selection, Natural
from £7.95
From Casa Espresso: Great Lakes Coffee has been sourcing coffee directly from farmers in the Rwenzori Mountain region for over 5 years. These farmers are spread throughout the mountains, with average farm sizes of 1. 3 acres, or 750 trees. For the last 2 years they have worked with certain...
Save as favourite Weanie Beans: Scout V2.0, Blend
from £6.50
From Weanie Beans: Scout v2. 0 has landed and it's a delight! With fruity notes, a smooth body and a long, sweet finish, this is perfect as espresso, with milk and in an aeropress. We're loving it.   60% Colombia, Huila, washed 40% Rwanda, washed Don't be put off thinking...
Save as favourite Rinaldos Coffee: Kenya, Gecherori, Washed
£7.95
From Rinaldo's Coffee: A beautiful and complex Kenya coffee from the Gecherori factory, which lies 1550M above sea level on the expansive slopes of Mt. Kenya. The region has deep rich red volcanic soils ideal for coffee production. Altitude: 1500 masl Farm/Coop: Gecherori Great for: Aeropress, Cafetiere, Filter, Black, With...
Save as favourite Casa Espresso: Peru, Pascual Santos Linares, Washed
from £7.65
From Casa Espresso: Our first coffee from Peru. Expect tasting notes of stewed plum, caramel and apple and blackberry crumble which create a complex cup. Pascual Santos Linares is a coffee producer from La Flor in the district of Huabal. Pascual has around 2 hectares of land at 1850masl which...
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