Minipresso NS Portable Espresso Maker

Sep 26, 2017

Category: Gear

Making coffee in the woods can be messy. With all the filters, grounds, beans, and mugs taking up space in your pack, the whole thing can end up feeling like it is more trouble than it is worth. And in some cases, it really can be. But thankfully there is an easier solution out there and it is called the Minipresso NS.

This small, handheld, ultra portable espresso maker is designed to brew you a cup of coffee no matter where you are. All you have to do is put in a Nespresso capsule, add some hot water, and you’re primed to go. By simply pumping the button on the side of the Minipresso you can create enough pressure to brew your own cup of joe. And as far as cleanup goes? Just throw the Nespresso capsule in your bag and toss it when you come across a trashcan either later in the day or at the end of your trip. It is really that easy.

Purchase: $59

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