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We've chosen the following coffees that we think really shine in an Aeropress.

The Aeropress was invented in 2005 by Aerobie president Alan Adler and is a fantastic way of making coffee. Coffee is steeped for the required period and then forced through a filter by pressing the plunger through the tube. The plastic casing also makes it ideal for travelling.

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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 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 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 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 Casa Espresso: Brazil, Mantiqueira Amarelo, Natural
from £6.00
This bold Brazilian coffee from the Minais Gerais state is crammed full of chocolate notes and rich caramel sweetness followed with a syrupy raisin acidity. Some red, but mainly yellow cherries, are grown here on steep slopes, high above sea level . The challenging landscape makes picking by hand, rather...
Save as favourite Rinaldos Coffee: Ethiopia, Kayon Mountain, Washed
£7.95
From Rinaldo's Coffee: Ethiopian coffee is rarely off the menu at Rinaldo's. We've just received another organic cracker, this time Kayon Mountain, which has an impressive score of 88 on the cupping table. Typical of this country's coffee, it's a vibrant and floral bean that's beautifully balanced. I'm a huge...
Save as favourite Dear Green Coffee: Guatemala, Bosques De San Francisco, Washed
from £10.00 - FREE Delivery
From Dear Green Coffee: The land at Finca Filadelfia was borrowed in 1864 with the plan of growing coffee. Manuel Matheu sold his first crop in London and was commissioned by the President to teach small farmers how to grow coffee. This knowledge and passion has been passed down through...
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