The AeroPress is quickly gaining popularity due to its small and compact size. Invented in 2005, it is one of the newest coffee makers on the market. Achieving a great-tasting cup of coffee with an AeroPress is easy once you understand the nuances of the machine. You must use the correct grind size and freshly roasted coffee beans from Lavie Coffee for a mind-blowing cup of coffee you will not forget.
What is an AeroPress?
An AeroPress is a small coffee maker, typically made of plastic, which uses pressure to produce a single cup of coffee. When using an AeroPress, the user will press down on a plunger and force water through the coffee beans and directly into a coffee cup. An AeroPress uses a paper filter to catch the coffee grind before it reaches your cup.
Which Size Coffee Grind to Use in an AeroPress?
An AeroPress works best by using a medium-fine grind size. This grind is akin to the same size as table salt. If you use the wrong grind size, you run the risk of drinking either over or under-extracted coffee. Trust the grind size to the experts. Lavie Coffee offers pre-ground coffee that is specifically ground to size for an AeroPress. We take the guesswork out of the equation for you to make your coffee experience as seamless as possible.
Best Coffee Beans to Use in an AeroPress
An AeroPress cannot brew a great tasting cup of coffee out of old, stale beans. Using coffee beans that were roasted a few months ago will create a bitter, poorly flavored cup of coffee. As roasted coffee beans sit over time, they lose their freshness, and the coffee oils dissipate. Source your coffee beans from Lavie Coffee to receive the freshest possible beans. All the coffee beans at Lavie Coffee are roasted to order. This means that your beans are not roasted until the moment you make your purchase. You will receive the freshest possible coffee beans delivered to your doorstep. Check out our full selection of coffee at Lavie Coffee. We have a little bit of coffee for everyone.