[Review and Giveaway] AeroPress Espresso and Coffee Maker

When in Manila, we can now brew the smoothest, richest and most flavorful coffee at home, in the office, or even when traveling through the Aero-Press Coffee and Espresso Maker. 

Aero Press When in Manila

I used to work as a barista and I always love good coffee – rich, full-bodied, flavorful and with medium acidity. To enjoy a perfect cup, I have to go visit my favorite coffee shop – but when I am out and traveling, and coffee shops are non-existent, all I can do is wish for good coffee while stirring a 3-in-1 instant pack. Oftentimes, I wish I can make my own coffee at home, but espresso machines and coffee makers are too expensive. Our coffee maker got infested and I have lost faith in this machine.

Espresso Machines are very popular now, but I admit that they are a bit expensive. The buttons,and manuals are intimidating, too.  Now, however, there is AeroPress – a machine that can produce both a good espresso shot and coffee brew. The AeroPress Coffee and Espresso Maker is comparable to a French-Press, but a lot better. The item is a product of research by engineer Alan Adler. Several researches and experiments taught him that proper temperature, total immersion and rapid filtering were key to flavorful excellence.

I put my barista cap on again when the AeroPress Coffee and Espresso Maker arrived at home. Unboxing the package, I felt like handling a Transformer toy. I shouldn’t be scared with AeroPress – the item is not an electrical gadget, it has no blade, and it is not made of heavy thick glass. 


Plunger which is used to push water and pressure. 

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 Chamber which holds the coffee ground and water

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 Filter Cap

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  Scoop and Stirrer 

Funnel used to transfer coffee from grinder

Filter Holder

The package comes with 350 pieces micro-filters. 

Now that we have known the parts, we are ready to make our first cup of coffee. 


I got this Brown Bag Coffee crate from the recent Blogapalooza event, and I have been wanting to try it, but we didn’t have a functioning coffee maker at home. Every morning, I could smell the good aroma from the coffee bags. It was torture. Then, the AeroPress Coffee and Espresso Maker came, and I thought, I see the light. 

 Brown Bag Coffee is locally made coffee. The crate which is called, Christmas Three has 3 kinds of coffee blends. I picked the bag labelled number 2. 

 The Brown Bag Coffee set is available at https://www.brownbagcoffee.ph/ for Php 995

brownbag coffee


 Click Page 2 to know how to use the AeroPress Coffee and Espresso Maker..


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