Wednesday, April 15, 2015

French Press Review

I love coffee. I am just learning new ways to make it and drink it. I recently was able to score for free in exchange for my honest and unbiased review one of these Presses!! I do not know why I did not know I needed one of these before!! They are super amazing!!

The Kitchen Supreme French Press will help you to obtain a CREAMY, FOAMY, VELVETY and PURE coffee and tea. This is the best Coffee Maker for your delicate mornings. DELIGHT YOUR SENSES starting the morning with the smell of essential oils from coffee beans and tea leaves.

This is what we prepared for you in the pack:
1. The Kitchen Supreme French Press (1.000 ml/34 Oz).
Created from the highest quality materials: Double wall – Borosilicate Glass; This is the only type of glass conceived to resist at thermal shocks, it will hardly crack! /Stainless Steel Punger, Frame and Filer Screens.
2. 4 FILTER Screens: The only Press Pot that comes with 4 Screens System for no more grounds in your pure coffee. One Filter is already assembled and the other three are separately inserted in the pack.
3. 1 Unique SPOON made from thick stainless steel for honey, sugar and desert.
4. 1 Coffee/Tea SCOOP.
5. HARD COPY Instructions and Barista Secrets

SUPER EASY TO USE!!! Let me tell you how!!


    • 1
      Grind your beans if they're not already ground. While finely ground coffee beans are ideal for espresso drinks, it is much more effective to use coarsely ground beans in a French press.
    • 2
      Remove the filter from the pot. Add one rounded tablespoon of ground coffee per four ounces of water to the pot.
    • 3
      Boil water. Slowly pour over the coffee grounds in the pot so all the grounds are saturated. Be sure to add the right amount of water for the amount of coffee you used. You may need to stir the mixture to make sure the grounds are loose and not clumping.
    • 4

      Place the filter and lid on the pot. For smaller presses, ones that make only one or two cups, allow the coffee to steep for two or three minutes. For larger presses, allow the coffee to steep about four minutes. With practice you'll be able to determine how long it will take to steep the coffee to your preference.
    • 5
      Filter out the grounds. When the coffee has steeped to your liking, press the plunger down to the bottom of the pot to filter out the grounds. Use a slow, steady and straight hand. This is why you'll want the coarser grounds, fine ones will elude the filter and muck up the coffee. If the filter slips to the side it could cause coffee grounds to sneak into the brew.
    • 6
      Pour and enjoy! As you're pouring your coffee, make sure to hold on to the lid to keep the grounds at the bottom of the pot in place.
You will be amazed at the amazing flavor the coffee has!!
Want one for yourself? You can get yourshere.

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