I admit Mom into AeroPress cult

I adore the AeroPress, as do virtually all other coffee lovers I introduce to this minimalist, non-electronic, non-mechanical maker of espresso-like joe.

My mother is one such convert, but she recently needed a bit of guidance. So I shot this demo, then got on Google Voice with her while she played the footage on her iMac. Our recorded chat became the video’s voice-over narration.

In this video, I demonstrate the two ways I use my beloved AeroPress. The first method is for my wife’s morning coffee, the second for my (stronger) cup.

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I’m Julio Ojeda-Zapata, a nerd, boricua and tech writer living in St. Paul, Minn.
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