French Press Coffee Makers

Written by Jen Nichol
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French press coffee makers are considered by aficionados to be the best way to make coffee and tea, period. In addition to making excellent brews, these coffee makers are also lovely to look at. These coffee makers are of an ancient design and consist of a pot, a push-strainer, and a lid.

One simply puts coffee grinds or tea leaves in the belly of the pot, covers with boiling water, and steeps. When the coffee or tea has finished steeping, the push strainer is pushed to the bottom of the pot, taking the grounds and leaves with it, and the coffee or tea is then ready for drinking. French press coffee makers make excellent gifts and work equally well for both tea and coffee lovers.

French Press Coffee Makers Offer Style and Substance

French press coffee makers are used by many of the best cafes in Europe. These coffee makers need no electricity, no plugs, and no fancy techniques. French presses are great for early risers, because they are so quiet.

French press coffee makers lead us to wonder why we have ever used anything else. These quiet and elegant pots allow us to steep our drinks as we cut slices of coffee cakes, rum cakes, flourless chocolate tortes, or other gastronomic delights. Turning off our cell phones and enjoying conversation with friends and family members has never been so rewarding.


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