If you use an #aeropress and travel or camp (or even if you don’t), I highly recommend grabbing a medium size (5.3cu in) GoTubb by @humangear to store your paper filters. This is the best case you can buy to store the paper filters for your Aeropress. They fit perfectly and protect from moisture, bending, and damage, especially when throwing your gear into a travel bag. GoTubb for your Aeropress filters (open) GoTubb for your Aeropress filters (closed) GoTubb for your Aeropress filters (side) GoTubb: hands down, the best case for your Aeropress paper filters #coffeehacks #aeropress #camplife
It seems most coffee roasters/shops we’ve been to on our trip have wildly differing views on what “grind for aeropress” means. I’ve had a range from fine espresso all the way through course drip grind. In my experience — coming from years of pulling espresso on a semi-pro machine — when it’s too course it plunges easy and and the flavour is lacking, and I’m yet to get a grind that’s too fine. Only one coffee shop so far (@treelinecoffee, (coincidentally also in Bozeman)) ground it to my liking.