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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 Clifton Coffee: Guatemala, Finca Pena Blanca, Honey Process
from £8.75
From Clifton Coffee: The harvest at Pena Blanca takes place between December and March, and the cherries are all hand picked. The coffee is then pulped and 100% of the mucilage is left on the parchment which is dried on patios for 12 days. This black honey process of drying...
Tags: Aeropress, Best for Espresso with Milk, Black, Cafetiere, Central America, Espresso, Filter, Guatemala, Honey Process, Stove Top, With milk
Save as favourite Horsham Coffee Roaster: Bolivia, Manco Kapak, Honey Process
from £10.50
From Horsham Coffee Roaster: The Bolivian coffee harvest runs from April (below 1,000 masl) to October (up to 2,000 masl). In 2006 the country exported 85,000 bags of green coffee. The coffee rust hit the region very hard after that and the production dropped to 20,000 in 2017.  Caranavi known...
Tags: Aeropress, Best for Aeropress, Black, Bolivia, Cafetiere, Espresso, Filter, Hand Picked, Honey Process, Recyclable Packaging, South America, Special, Stove Top, Teaser todo, With milk
Save as favourite Artisan Roast: El Salvador, El Pinar, Honey Process
from £8.00
From Artisan Roast: El Pinar is the second, smaller farm of Jaime Guevara in the Chalatenango district of Alotepec-Metapán in El Salvador.   This high altitude region is cool, dry, and known for producing some of the country's most exceptional coffees year in year out.   The stability of the dry climate...
Tags: Aeropress, Black, Cafetiere, Central America, El Salvador, Espresso, Filter, Honey Process, Stove Top, With milk
Save as favourite Casa Espresso: India, Ratnagiri Estate, Honey Process
from £7.75
From Casa Espresso: Produced in the Ratnagiri Estate, this is their first ever Honey Processed coffee from this harvest. After picking, the coffee is de-pulped leaving some mucilage and is then dried on raised beds for 16 to 20 days, where further sorting and preparation takes place for these microlots....
Tags: Aeropress, Asia-Pacific, Best for Filter, Black, Cafetiere, Espresso, Filter, Honey Process, India, Letterbox Friendly, Organic, Rainforest Alliance, Recyclable Packaging, Stove Top, With milk