American Press Coffee Maker is a Handy Way to Brew Your Coffee

Compared with French press brewing, the American press coffee maker provides you a more handy and simple way to brew your favorite coffee. Curious? Let’s keep going.

American Press Coffee Maker

The American Press is an innovative and functional coffee maker designed to offer you a simple and clean way to brew coffee. As we can see from the images, the brewer shows off a simple and sleek design, and the container is a shatterproof, dishwasher safe double-wall Tritan carafe, and its lid and handle are made from solid stainless steel, which deliver a durable construction and premium and stylish look.

American Press Coffee Maker

Unlike Fresh press brewing that combines coffee and water together, the American Press features a non-mess way to brew. The first step is to add hot water in the carafe and fill the reusable and eco-friendly pod with your favorite ground coffee, then attach the pod to the press and mount the press on the carafe. The second step is to slowly press the pod to the bottom of the carafe. With the help of the pressure and its ultra-fine 150 micron steel filter, American Press can rapidly brew a clean and complex cup. And all coffee grounds have been left in the reusable pod in order that you can clean it with ease.

American Press Coffee Maker

The coffee maker is capable to brew up to 15-ounce coffee (up to 4 cups in a single press). For a single press, you only spend about 2 minutes. In addition to brewing coffee, you can also use American Press to brew your favorite tea.

American Press has been available for preorder via Indiegogo. You can pledge $70 to own the brewer. It will be shipped in May 2016. BTW, also don’t miss Duo coffee steeper and more related cool stuff by following tags. Update: the coffee maker has been available on Amazon for $79.95 USD.

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