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French press coffee gear and its using guides

French presses can be made from glass, stainless steel, or ceramic. Each one has its own pros and cons and will bring a unique aesthetic to your kitchen. This article aims to provide you with the using guides for french press coffee gear and immerse you in the process of making French Press coffee. We will show you 3 different models of french press so you can decide which one you would start to try.

Ceramic french press. The ceramic body is sure to keep your coffee warm since ceramic clay holds the temperatures longer than glass or stainless steel! And this ceramic french press comes with wooden lid which adding points to the appearance of the product in collocation. 6 colors available, so this product will be a good gift option for Christmas holiday.

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Stainless steel french press. This large french press is good to use at home or office because you could share coffee with more 4-6 people. This French press is made of double-wall stainless steel material. So it is very durable. It comes in large size 1000ml, so it is suitable for share coffee with big family. Plus, it’s available in 7 colors, including Black, Blue, red, yellow and more.

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Glass french press. Well, we should call it Stainless steel and glass french press. This French press portable comes with glass beaker so that allows you to monitor the whole coffee-making process. So you can watch the hot water and coffee grounds separate as you press the stainless-steel filter arm.

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No matter what material you choose, it’s just a personal preference. But just follow simple using guides, and french press coffee gear brings perfect coffee brewing experience.

  1. Preheat your Press.
  2. Measure/Weigh coffee bean, and use grinder to make suitable size grounds.
  3. Measure/Weigh Water and Check Temperature(around 90°)
  4. Add Coffee Grounds and Hot Water.
  5. Put the lid on and start timing.
  6. Slowly Press Plunger Down.
  7. Decant Coffee.
  8. Serve and Enjoy.

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