out into a waste container (the paper microfilter may be rinsed and re-used), then rinse the press and let it dry. Now for the real query: How does the coffee taste? As you probably guessed, the variation of each methodology on the espresso grind, water temperature and extraction time can create a unique flavor profile for the same coffee. Because I consider that paper filters take up much of the oils in the espresso, I suppose the French press preserves more of the aromas that contribute to my sense of taste than the Aeropress.
The Aeropress is a method of brewing espresso that mixes qualities of both the French press and the espresso machine. It can be used for brewing single or a number of cups of coffee. However, there are distinct differences in the strategies and the coffees. My initial questions were: can the Aeropress produce …