The AeroPress is the undisputed champion of travel coffee brewers. Be it camping trips, business trips, or any other manner of coffee desert, with its slim profile the AeroPress is the first option for most undercaffeinated sojourners. And the beloved compact brewer just got compacter, thanks to the brand new AeroPress Go. From the makers of the original AeroPress, the AeroPress Go is the smaller, all-in-one coffee brewer that’ll make the original look about as compact as a Yama cold brew tower.

The first thing you’ll notice about the new AeroPress Go is its diminutive stature. Whereas the original AeroPress was a bit taller, with volume indicators going to four, the Go version only goes to three, which when used as to make an espresso-type drink can still produce a healthy volume Americano. Size aside, the chopped AeroPress is functionally the same as the original, so don’t worry about having to buy—and subsequently lose—a who new diameter of filter (this isn’t a one-cup Chemex to 10-cup Chemex situation; they are not the same brewer and I’m ready to fight about it).

But unlike the original AeroPress, the new Go has been Tetris’ed full of accessories that all fit neatly into the provided 15-ounce mug. Included in the kit are filters, filter case, coffee scoop, foldable stirring device, and a lid. Easy peasy, coffee squeezy.

Retailing at $31.95, the AeroPress Go is currently in pre-order with an expected release at the end of October. To find out more or to order your brand new little brew baby, visit AeroPress’s official website.

Zac Cadwalader is the managing editor at Sprudge Media Network and a staff writer based in Dallas. Read more Zac Cadwalader on Sprudge.

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