If you can’t live without coffee, you’ll need to find a way to make a decent cup wherever you are in the world.
One solution is a travel coffee press, which means you won’t have to rely on the local brew. Simply take your press, coffee and water with you.
The ESPRO travel press consists of a 16-ounce, insulated, stainless-steel French press and a hydration bottle. Not only will you be able to make the perfect coffee or tea on the road, but it will stay hot for hours.
It’s great for hiking or camping trips, and weighs in at just 210 grams. The makers of the ESPRO claim their bottle is the lightest vacuum-insulated bottled in the world, so you won’t feel like you’re carrying too much extra weight.
If you haven’t got room in your bag, attach the ESPRO to the outside with the lid loop. It’s just one of a number of design features that show the thought and effort that went into developing the ESPRO.
With top materials and an easy-to-use design in a lightweight package, it’s hard to find any drawbacks to the ESPRO. Coffee lovers can get hold of one for $45 following a Kickstarter campaign.
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