Pumping with two hands, and after about a half dozen of them, the sweet aroma of espresso started to take over as my cup began to be filled with the fruits of my labor.
Extracting all that I could out of my Nanopresso, this morning I decided to add water to my espresso to make an Americano, something that might have seemed insignificant to my travel companions, but that made my entire morning this morning, and every one after.Thoughts on Using the Nanopresso
Overall, I had no complaints about using my Nanopresso. It delivered on it's promise of a great espresso anywhere, and that's all that I was hoping for.
It takes a few times to get used to the brewing steps, and finding a flow to the whole process, but once you do, it's a relatively easy tool to use. And hey, you'll be the most popular person at the breakfast table with this little guy, trust me.
It's easy to clean, it doesn't require a lot of maintenance and it's pretty damn durable - all things that are important to me when I'm out in the field.
Overall I'd say I prefer the Wacaco Pipamoka
, just because I tend to prefer a cup of coffee over an Americano, which was what I was essentially using the Nanopresso to do, but in all honestly I'd be more than happy to have either with me out on my next adventure.
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. Happy caffeinating!