Our company specializes in producing French press.A cylindrical pot with a plunger and built-in filter screen that presses hot water through ground coffee: that’s the simple beauty of the French press, method of choice for many the world over, creating an earthy, rich taste in the cup.
1.Product Introduction of the French Press
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2. Product Introduction of the French Press
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3.Product Feature And Application of the French Press
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French Press Coffee & Tea Makers--coffee press pot with stainless steel & Heat-Resistant borosilicate glass
Manual Coffee Grinder with adjustable ceramic conical burr coffee mill for home office travel stainless steel coffee grinder，smooth rounded edge do not worry about being hurt during, using or cleaning
Easy to Clean: The manual coffee grinder is easy to disassemble for cleaning.After washing, please dry it well before reassembling the parts. And you can reassemble the grinder according to the picture.
4. Production Details of the French Press
5. Introduction of factory production and packaging
6.French Press Usage method
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The French Press is the perfect low-maintenance brew method for lazy Saturday mornings. Done right, it produces a creamy-bodied coffee. Follow this guide to brew the perfect French Press.
27g (5 Tbsp) coffee • 400g (1.75 cups) water • 4 minutes
This recipe is for the 4-cup (17-oz) French Press coffee maker (also known as a "press pot"), which makes 2 small mugs of coffee. Double everything and follow the same process for the 8-cup (34-oz) version.
What you'll need
4-cup French Press
27g (5 Tbsp) coffee, coarsely ground
400g (1.75 cups) water, just off boil
Chopstick or spoon for stirring
French Press Coffee Ratio
Whatever size of French Press you use, a good rule of thumb is to follow a 1:15 ratio of coffee to water. So for every 1 gram of coffee, add 15 grams of water, which converts to about 3 tablespoon of coffee for every 1 cup of water. Experiment from there to find the ratio that works for your taste.
Step 1: Prepare
Preheat your press with hot water, including the plunger, then pour hot water into your cup. Meanwhile, measure 5 tablespoons or 27 grams of coffee and grind. It should have the consistency of kosher salt.
Step 2: Add coffee
Tip your coffee into the press and give it a gentle shake to level the grounds.
Step 3: Add water
Starting the timer, add water in a circular motion, wetting all the grounds, until the press is half full. Pause and enjoy the bloom.
Step 4: Stir
30 seconds in, give the grounds a gentle stir with a chopstick or spoon.
Step 5: Add more water
Evenly pour water to the top of the press and add the lid, gently resting the plunger on the grounds. (If you're using a kitchen scale, it should come to around 400g of water altogether.)
Step 6: Plunge
Wait until your timer reads 4:00, then slowly push the plunger all the way down.
Step 7: Pour
Immediately decant the coffee to prevent over-extraction.
Step 8: Enjoy
Enjoy with friends, by yourself, or with the dog.
Tips for French Press perfection
Following the steps above should produce a delicious cup of coffee. However, the French Press can leave a bitter taste in your mouth if not brewed appropriately. Here's a few tips to avoid bitterness:
It all starts with good coffee. Buy quality whole bean coffee and grind it just before use.
Bitterness is usually a result of over-extraction. Leaving the coffee in contact with the grounds after it’s done brewing will result in over-extraction, so we recommend you decant the coffee immediately.
Uneven grinding can also contribute to bitterness: tiny pieces of ground coffee (called ‘fines’) extract faster than larger pieces. Consider using a burr grinder, if you aren’t already, or changing the burrs on your grinder if they're getting old.
Boiling-hot water can scorch the coffee and cause bitterness. The ideal temperature is around 200°, which you can achieve by bringing the water to a boil and then letting it sit one minute.