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Frequently Asked Questions

An Aeropress is better than a French press as it has a shorter brewing time. The difference between Aeropress coffee and French press coffee is that Aeropress coffee tastes more mellow than French press coffee, which has a stronger, more aromatic flavour. The Aeropress is also easier to clean. Whether an Aeropress is better than French press is determined by your coffee preferences.
The Aeropress brews good coffee and is considered a good coffee maker at an affordable price. Its various good points range from its ease of use, portability, short brewing time and grind not being critical. We think it’s a good choice for the home coffee brewer and the avid traveler. Find out more about why the Aeropress is so good with our Aeropress Brew Guide.

The Aeropress is easy to use and boasts a short brew time so you can get your daily cup on the quick. Get started now with our How To Brew Aeropress Coffee video.

You can use any kind of coffee in your Aeropress coffee maker as long as it’s of a suitable grind size. We recommend freshly-ground coffee. What coffee you use will taste darker and stronger than it usually does when used with an Aeropress coffee maker. Read more about what coffee to use for Aeropress in our Aeropress Brew Guide.
The Aeropress makes good espresso but it’s not a true espresso. Aeropress espresso is a great way to get good espresso coffee at home. The difference is that it is not as concentrated as real espresso and you will not get a fine crema. Brewed right, the Aeropress espresso comes close to good espresso. See our Aeropress Brew Guide for more information on the Aeropress.

There are several grind sizes suitable for your Aeropress coffee maker. See the sizes in our Coffee Grinding Guide.

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