FRENCH PRESS STAINLESS STEEL POT 350ML + 1 PKT GROUND COFFEE

Included with the French Press there is included 1 packet of Gran Caffe Garibaldi Gusto Intenso.

We can offer glass and stainless steel French press in various sizes as below

  • 300ml / 2 cups
  • 600ml / 5 cups
  • 800ml / 7 cups
  • 1000ml / 9 cups

French presses has been around for over a century. Patented in 1929, the idea can be traced back to the early 1800s France. With the French press you can prepare a coffee with great taste. French presses utilize a technique known as immersion brewing, where coffee grounds are steeped in hot water for several minutes. The resulting flavor is richer than what many other coffee makers can accomplish. French press coffee makers come in glass, stainless steel, and stoneware and can usually be found with capacities from 350ml to 1000ml.

Manufacturer: Kafecafe Coffee Machine
Availability: Out of stock
SKU: 6902211160013
Size
€35.00 incl tax

How to brew coffee using a French press

When making coffee with a French press, we recommend a 1:16 coffee-to-water ratio, which translates to one ounce (about six tablespoons) of coarsely ground coffee for 16 ounces (two cups) of water. We also recommend grinding your own beans on a coarse setting; coarsely ground coffee benefits from slow extraction. Finely ground coffee will taste over-extracted (likely harsh and bitter), and you'll wind up with a clogged filter and an extra gritty, downright unpleasant cup of coffee.

  1. Bring water to a boil, remove from heat and allow to cool to about 200ºF (about 30 seconds after the water comes to a full boil).
  2. Add the ground coffee to the carafe and then the hot water. After one minute, you’ll notice the coffee grounds float up to the top and create what is called a “crust.” Use a wooden spoon to gently break through the crust and stir. The grounds will sink to the bottom.
  3. Place the lid on the carafe with the plunger pulled all the way up and steep for three more minutes.
  4. Gently push the plunger all the way down after three minutes and serve immediately; the coffee will continue to brew and become bitter as it sits!

Clean your French press after each use. Coffee grounds and oil residue on the carafe and filter will impart bitterness into your coffee. Wash and make sure to disassemble the nested filter to scrub off any deposits and residual oils.

Enjoy your coffee...

How to brew coffee using a French press

When making coffee with a French press, we recommend a 1:16 coffee-to-water ratio, which translates to one ounce (about six tablespoons) of coarsely ground coffee for 16 ounces (two cups) of water. We also recommend grinding your own beans on a coarse setting; coarsely ground coffee benefits from slow extraction. Finely ground coffee will taste over-extracted (likely harsh and bitter), and you'll wind up with a clogged filter and an extra gritty, downright unpleasant cup of coffee.

  1. Bring water to a boil, remove from heat and allow to cool to about 200ºF (about 30 seconds after the water comes to a full boil).
  2. Add the ground coffee to the carafe and then the hot water. After one minute, you’ll notice the coffee grounds float up to the top and create what is called a “crust.” Use a wooden spoon to gently break through the crust and stir. The grounds will sink to the bottom.
  3. Place the lid on the carafe with the plunger pulled all the way up and steep for three more minutes.
  4. Gently push the plunger all the way down after three minutes and serve immediately; the coffee will continue to brew and become bitter as it sits!

Clean your French press after each use. Coffee grounds and oil residue on the carafe and filter will impart bitterness into your coffee. Wash and make sure to disassemble the nested filter to scrub off any deposits and residual oils.

Enjoy your coffee...

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