1. Smart Alex December 16, 2016 at 1:38 pm

    “I like her butt”

    1. Roosh December 16, 2016 at 9:52 pm

      It was a solid gift.

  2. Admetus December 16, 2016 at 10:59 pm

    I actually enjoyed this video when I first saw it. It’s like an espresso in reverse since espresso is “pulled” rather than “pushed.” I’m sort of a coffee nut and I’ve never heard of anything like this until you posted the video on YouTube.

    I wonder how many times that mug (with its small base) tipped over while doing this in the past? I got real anxious while watching you push straight down on that thing and I expected it to spill everywhere at any moment.

    Great production quality by the way.

    1. Roosh December 18, 2016 at 2:51 pm

      I’ve never tipped over the mug. It’s very stable.

  3. Marcus2 December 16, 2016 at 11:59 pm

    get the Bialetti Stovetop Espresso Maker.. way better.

    best coffee hands down and easier and cheaper than aeropress

    plus every italian family has one of these so you know its legit:)

    1. Roosh December 18, 2016 at 2:50 pm

      Too much sediment.

  4. Nick December 17, 2016 at 2:42 am

    Cool vid, I make AeroPress coffee every day. You can rinse and reuse the paper filters no problem. I also like Chemex coffee, but haven’t yet gotten around to buying the gear. It’s more time consuming than Aero, but has a unique, low-acidity character that I like.

  5. Ken December 17, 2016 at 3:12 am

    Man…I thought I was anal about my coffee, you got me beat.

    I would say though, you probably shouldn’t use plastic components because the hot water will leach compounds out of them (Pthalates, BPA).


    1. YoreyC December 18, 2016 at 11:36 pm

      no no no, aeropress doesn’t work that way.

  6. Cecil J December 17, 2016 at 12:24 pm

    What will be the main idea with your next book?

  7. MCGOO December 20, 2016 at 3:29 am

    I use two filters. The kidney of a middle aged westerner can contain up to 100 small pea sized stones which are painful to pass. Look at your spent coffee filters. That’s your kidneys. With two filters, the liquid is clear and free of sediment. I have a regular drip coffeemaker but I always toss in at least two filters. Espresso has much sediment. I’m thinking of trying green coffee beans. It’s a paleo thing and they say it contains the antioxidant chlorogenic acid which is destroyed in roasting. Green coffee is bitter but doesn’t taste like coffee and is recommended squeezed over ice and sweetened. The chlorogenic acid releases fatty acids into the bloodstream and inhibits glucose production so fat is burned.

    Roast coffee lacks chlorogenic acid but has formic, acetic, malic and quinic acids. In a drip coffeemaker, the first initial hot drip over a pile of dry grinds is the best and least acidic. After awhile the grinds get hot soaked and the acid washes down so I catch the first cup as it initially begins dripping down and the house shebeast likes to drink from the rest of the pot drip. She only sips 1/4 cup anyway. The inhalation of air while sipping a steaming cup oxygenates the brain primarily and wakes her up so she only requires 1/4 cup.

    1. Roosh December 23, 2016 at 3:32 pm

      I agree with the sediment issue. One filter on Aeropress gets it out. No sediment remaining. There is not even staining on my cups.

  8. Shmalkandik December 21, 2016 at 10:49 pm

    I commend to everyone’s attention the older method – dating back to the 1840s -of the French press and filter. Nice thing about the press is you can get them in plastic and are easy to use if you are camping.

  9. gary roman December 27, 2016 at 8:13 pm

    isn’t coffee always to be made by women?

    1. skillet January 4, 2017 at 9:20 am

      No, a dude must assume certain tasks and surround them with dudeness mystique. Grilling is one of these. Women must never be allowed to grill. Coffee can be a little like this.

      What you said about women making coffee would be true if you just had a trivial coffee maker like everyone. A dude must make a certain sort of coffee that can be associated in a unique way with his dudeness.

      So I gave my son some coffee apparel so he could make coffee like no other (or like most have not seen.). Roosh is sharing an art that actually pushes the frontiers a bit of one of my old strategies.

      When you are a student and don’t have a shiney BMW pussy magnet, things like this can give you an air of a certain classical sophistication dude with knowlegde of the world. Classy coffee can go well with something like a career in writing. Being a linguist in Japan who had lived in France and brought deep knowldge of mysterious coffee arts from the pinnicacle of classical civilization actually got me some pretty good mileage in that arena for cheap as a young man.

      I tried to pass a little of this on.

      I gave my son a stove top French stove top coffee maker like from the 50’s for espresso before he went to stay in an international dorm in Japan. He said a few French girls were into the coffee like they had back home. And they commented on how their grandparents used to make really good coffee that way.

      I am watching this video by Roosh to see if I will forward it to my son. I might even do it myself .

      ( Cool coffee cup too. It would go well with my own coffee cup collection of “firemarms of the world” and my Breitbart Donald Trump mug. Love anti-PC collection.)

      BUt as for my son, so I did not ask for any more details on the French girls.

      And coffee can be like grilling.