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Returning to the office? Stated as being ‘The Better Travel Coffee Press’ and we would have to agree! 


Thoughtfully engineered to provide all the delicious brewing capabilities of the original AeroPress plus a convenient drinking mug that doubles as a carrying case. Like the original AeroPress, the AeroPress Go brews remarkably delicious American, espresso, and cold brew style coffee. The AeroPress Go is optimized for traveling, camping, or just going to work by making it convenient and easy to take your AeroPress with you. Its smart design ensures that you will never be without delicious AeroPress brewed coffee wherever you go.

As well as that, the Aeropress Go comes with 350 Aeropress filters, so you can start brewing immediately!

Why is the AeroPress Go the better travel press?

Tastier 
It brews smooth, rich coffee without the bitterness and high acidity you can expect from French press brewed coffee.

Fast and easy 
The AeroPress Go brews hot coffee in about 1 minute or cold brew coffee in around 2 minutes.

Compact, lightweight, and durable 
Ingeniously engineered to ensure that everything fits inside the mug.

Apricot | Caramel | Lavender

 

Altitude | 1450-2100 masl

Process | Fully Washed

Variety | Red Bourbon 

After two years, it is great to get Nyamasheke back on the menu.  This year's offering is reminds us of the great stone fruit and sugars sweetness we enjoyed in 2019's collection of Nyamasheke peaberries.

Nyamasheke is a region bordering Lake Kivu which is dominated by steep terraces with coffee growing on almost every available piece of land. As can be expected from this kind of terrain, the area is almost exclusively farmed by smallholders who are served by local washing stations.

After handpicking, the cherries are fermented for 24 hours before grading by density. After 20 hours of soakage, the parchment is removed and the beans are sorted by hand on pre-drying tables. They are then laid on sun-drying tables while sorting continues to remove defects.

The beans are milled by Rwacof, an organisation that has teamed up with the Kahawatu Foundation to help with farmer training and the teaching of good agricultural practices including water conservation. Rwacof also give the farmers access to zero-interest bank accounts for their payment, an avenue that sets these farmers up with more credit options and thus more financial flexibility - a real resource for smallholders of limited means.


Enjoy!