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- Great for espresso-style coffee
- Very tight fit onto Aeropress
- Doesn't produce beverage very different from other methods
- Relies on a very new/fresh Aeropress plunger
- Difficult to use
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Don't sleep on diluting with the Aeropress
1) i use the Fellow Prismo with the included metal filter and 1 paper filter on top, not inverted. i guess you can also do this method without the Fellow Prismo, but i like that it simplifies the process a lot. in this case "simpler" means easier to reproduce, because nothing drops through your filter before you want it to.
Love it for so many good reasons
First of all, I bought this because someone at my work lost the filter basket part when I had left it in the kitchen to dry...so I looked for a replacement and came across this... First impression: Very pleasantly pleased with it - for multiple reasons expressed previously by others; please note tha...
Awesome find, even though it’s overpriced.
One of my roommates bought one of the prismo attachments at our old house and I used it for a year. When I moved out, I tried to use the normal aeropress filter for a week, and ended up caving & buying a prismo because I love this thing so much. If you’re a big aeropress user this is a must. See bel...
AeroPress + Fellow Prismo = A Surprisingly Awesome Espresso Machine — Clarity Coffee
So when our friends over at Fellow Products told us about the Prismo, we were obviously pretty stoked. The first time we got to use one, we knew it was something special and if we ever had the AeroPress on the shelf, we’d carry the Prismo as well.The Prismo is a 70 micron mesh filter (kind of like a...
Test Drive: The Fellow Prismo
BY KATRINA YENTCHBARISTA MAGAZINE ONLINE Photos by Katrina Yentch Many coffee professionals and home-brewing geeks typically brew their AeroPress through the inverted method, in which they flip the vessel upside down before plunging the coffee through its filter. As an immersion brewing method—when ...
A nice attachment for your Aeropress
I did not buy this product with the expectation it would make something similar to espresso. The pressures required to make espresso are just not possible with a linear piston. 9 bar of pressure is required to make espresso, which is ~130psi, the dimensions of the filter mean you would have to apply...
Best Addition to The Aeropress Ever - 4.5 Stars
Background: I've been using the Aeropress (AP) for 9 years, making at least 2 cups with it nearly every day (except when we are traveling). I've used the paper filters and several stainless filters, and now the Fellow Prismo. I put off purchasing this unit for a couple of years, because I had troubl...
WADE’S PRISMO + AEROPRESS RECIPE - Prevail Coffee
This brew was developed by our founder, Wade Preston, to use in his qualifying round for US Brewer’s Cup in 2018. He walked away with first prize and a whole lot of fans who loved his twist on an Aeropress and Prismo preparation.
See more from Fellow’s article on Wade and his recipe HERE.
Prismo Filter Upgrade For AeroPress Review and Tips - I Need Coffee
Making Lattes Without an Espresso Machine – Which brewing method came closest to espresso?Disclosure: INeedCoffee was sent this product at no cost, which did not affect its review.
I’m not rating this just 2 stars because it’s bad or it doesn’t work; I’m doing so because it’s NBD—no big deal. I bought this based on the rave reviews. I really thought I was missing something ... I had inadvertently tossed out the filter “cage”/holder for my aero press, and considering that those...