French Press

Since the first patented in 1929, the French Press has been a very consistent and easy-to-use brewing device. Its classic design and unique metal filter allow the French Press to brew multiple cups of coffee that are high in body and rich in flavor.

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But how long?

5

minutes

Step 1.

Pour the ground coffee into a preheated French Press

Step 2.

Fill the French Press roughly half full of hot water

Step 3.

Gently stir grounds with a spoon and allow coffee to bloom for 30 seconds

Step 4.

Add remaining water, leaving 1-2 inches for the lid

Step 5.

Allow coffee to steep for 5-6 minutes

Step 6.

Gently depress the plunger; expect little resistance

Step 7.
Pour coffee into a drinking vessel 
Step 8.

Serve and enjoy!

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  1. Pour the ground coffee into a preheated French Press
  2. Fill the French Press roughly half full of hot water
  3. Gently stir grounds with a spoon and allow coffee to bloom for 30 seconds
  4. Add remaining water, leaving 1-2 inches for the lid
  5. Allow coffee to steep for 5-6 minutes
  6. Gently depress the plunger; expect little resistance
  7. Pour coffee into a drinking vessel
  8. Serve and enjoy!