Coffee brewing equipment comes in all forms and sizes, from the humble Aeropress to the classic espresso machine. At RYO Coffee, we have deliberately assembled all your great coffee brewing equipment together with a mission of helping more people enjoy great coffee at home. Truly, we all love a great espresso and the fact is, a good espresso machine is a costly and technically challenging piece of equipment, so we offer a wide range of manual brewing devices that make excellent coffee without bearing big price tags or need for too much training. To make it turnkey, we offer equipment and accessories that will be useful for coffee roasting, grinding and then brewing.
We’ll go through some of our brewing equipment and accessories that you can use at home, at the office or even on the road to make a better cup of coffee. Our 1litre Insulated Plunger is capable of keeping your coffee hot for up to 60 minutes. You can make up to 8 cups of coffee using the insulated plunger or French press as it takes a litre of water (equivalent to 4 mugs). But like we mentioned earlier, you also get them in different sizes such as a 350ml, if you are the type that loves the portability.
If you are into travelling and maybe, camping, our Aerobie Aeropress Coffee maker will be a perfect companion. It’s popular for its combination of immersion-based with pressure-based brewing (like an espresso machine). It’s made of very durable plastic and is so compact, making it suitable while you are on the go or for any outdoor adventures. Again it is very portable and requires no electricity to operate. With an Aerobie Aeropress, you can make short espresso style shots and long filter style brews. All its parts are dishwasher safe, making it super convenient.
For serious espresso lovers, our Bialetti Moka 2 Cup (Aluminium) coffee maker will be a perfect bargain. The Moka produces a rich, authentic espresso in just minutes. It is made of aluminium and its distinctive eight-sided shape allows it to diffuse heat perfectly to enhance the aroma of your coffee. Of course, the flavour of Moka pot depends largely on bean variety, roast level, fineness of grind, etc.