The AeroPress is an entirely new way to make coffee.
At first you put one Micro-Filter in the cap and twist it onto the chamber
Now you pour one scoop of fine ground coffee in the chamber and make sure it’s evenly spread at the bottom.
The next step is to add 175°F hot water to Level 2 on the chamber. You may ask why 175°F and not the recommended 195-205°F.
According to Aerobie, they focused on the testers taste. While they were saying that at the usually recommended 200°F the coffee was good, all of them preferred the brew at 165°F to 175°F.
If you don’t have a thermometer on hand, simply bring the water to a boil and wait for about two minutes. The water should now be close to 175°F.
After adding the water, stir the mix with the included stirrer for about 10 seconds.
At last insert the plunger and press carefully for about 20 to 60 seconds.
The result is a smooth, rich flavored coffee that most likely reminds you of a good Espresso. Some have even mentioned it makes a better Espresso than many home machines.
A big advantage is that you can create different coffee drinks like Cappuccino, Latte or just regular American Coffee.