We at Dealzmodo like coffee. A lot. It's not just that scientists, teachers, and Dealz bloggers drink it in the morning for the energy to excel. It's also a daily expense that a little deal-digging can really save a bundle on. If you're buying a medium coffee from Starbucks every workday, you're going to be spending $520 a year. If you're buying a fancy espresso drink, your annual bill will flirt with the $1000 mark. But you can make coffee at home, and not only will you save money because you're not subsidizing the Starbucks music machine, it'll probably taste way better. All you need is the right equipment.
Today, you can save on two coffee-making implements with wide followings. At Amazon today, when you buy the legendary Aeropress, you'll get a year of filters free. And at Woot, you can pick up a Krups pump espresso maker for $55—over 58% off the list price.
The Aeropress is a immersion coffee maker that's a favorite among Gizmodo writers, and has such a large cult following that there's even an annual Aeropress contest. It can be tweaked to brew
cold brew iced coffee, so you can even make Gizmodo's excellent original cocktail The Morning After. And it's got a fast extraction time, so you won't have to spend your whole morning making coffee. Here's how you use it.
This Krups espresso maker is perfect for the aspiring home barista: it uses a pump system, as opposed to a boiler water-pressure system, so you'll get the pressure needed to pull a nice shot. Also, the pressurized portafilter is forgiving—you won't need otaku-levels of tamping and grinding skill to make espresso. It's a fine machine that will give you a shot that tastes great in some steamed milk. [Amazon, Woot]
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