Love french press. French press coffee has earned a reputation for being one of the fancy coffee brewing methods—like drip coffee or espresso—but it’s actually pretty straight forward. You just steep your coffee grounds in hot water for about four minutes, strain them, and you’re good to go. Even you are really not good at this, you just need to make sure the thickness of the coffee beans grinding is correct. (You can use our coffee grinder with adjustable grinding selector)Then you will never make mistake! As advocates of the Cafetiere french press method will tell you, you can definitely taste the difference.
How popular french press is. I saw a comment from Patrick Main. As the Beverage Innovator and Senior R&D Manager at Peet’s, he knows a thing or two about coffee.
“When I want to get the full expression of the coffee, I’ll do something that’s more of a direct infusion process, like a Cafetiere french press. Where you’re letting coffee and water sit there together for a long time before separating the coffee from the water. That actually allows a little bit of sediment and oils to come through,” Main says. “This method offers a direct infusion for full-bodied coffee. Making it an ideal companion for dark roasts, bringing out rich, complex flavors. It extracts the body and depth of a well-crafted dark roast, and espresso absolutely demands a dark or extra dark roast to showcase those rich chocolate and nutty flavors. You get complete control over your brew without the need for any sort of electrical brewing system.”