So simple to use and perfect for travel
Good, I Guess
I only recently started enjoying coffee so I don't have much to compare it to. I tried & liked k-cups but eventually seemed too expensive compared to other options so I gave this a try. It makes good coffee but there are different processes to try, each with their good and bad points. I use the inverted method. I'm not sure if I'm doing it right but to fill my 16oz tumbler, I like to do 2 presses: 1 heaping scoop each time, fill up to the "4" mark with hot water each time, add about an additional 1-2oz of water to the tumbler, some sugar (or melt a half marshmallow), and about 1oz creamer. According to the instructions, I'm apparently concentrating 8 cups(?) into my daily 16oz morning drink but...whatever. Cleanup isn't too bad either.
Best coffee product Ive bought ever.
My friend put me on to this and I dont think Ill ever make coffee any other way ever again. So simple. You 100% NEED need NeEEEeEd a coffee bean grinder if youre a cold brew fan like me. Its gotta be grinder to basically powder. Delicious end result and I can finally have iced coffee quick & easy at home AND this is travel friendly enough to take backpacking or a day hike. The only complaint I have is that there isnt fill lines to indicate how much water to add so I just guesstimate with the numbers on the side for how many espresso shots Id like. Otherwise, no complaints whatsoever. Loveeee this stuff.
Yes, You DO need this. Trust me.
A friend of mine turned me onto this after promising a cup of coffee so powerful it will shoot you to the moon. ?? So naturally, I had to try it.
Perfect cup of coffee. Sturdy construction. Well Made.
I grind one scoop to fine powder and add to filtered tube. Fill half way up with off boil water, stir 10secs. and press into mug with plunger. Makes about half a mug of concentrated coffee so I add hot water to about 3/4 of the mug and finish with flavored creamer. Makes perfectly smooth, well balanced cup of coffee in about three minutes. Cleanup means unscrewing the filter, shaking out the grounds, and rinsing the tube and plunger, about 30 secs. Very sturdy unit that is well made. Well worth the money if all you need is a single serving coffee maker.