The French press might be the most popular manual coffee brewing system of the 20th century, and though that popularity has waned in recent years, we still reach for the French press when we want to highlight a dark-roast profile or a coffee’s natural earthiness. The paperless filtration system leaves behind sediment for a very heavy-bodied cup. French press is also the quickest & easiest way to make coffee on-the-go with the fewest amount of tools. We'll just come out & say it: Every serious coffee drinker needs a French press in their cupboard.Printable Download
32 OZ French Press
56 G Coffee
40 OZ Filtered Water
Just off the boil
- Pre-heat french press and plunger with hot water. Drain.
- Add 56 grams of coffee to french press.
- Add hot water on top of coffee and fill to just below the spout.
- Place plunger on top, using the mesh screen to push the coffee grounds just below the surface for full saturation.
- Start timer.
- After 4 minutes, press the coffee slowly to the bottom.
- If coffee is hard to press or if the flavor is too earthy, try adjusting the grind setting coarser. If coffee lacks flavor or is too acidic, try adjusting the grind setting finer.