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French Press

French Press
The French press, also known as the press pot or cafetiere, is a full immersion brewing method. Coffee grounds sit suspended in brewing water for 4 minutes before a plunger is pressed, filtering the coffee using a wire mesh. The full immersion process creates a thick body, partially due to actual particulate suspended in the product.
A coarse grind is used to compensate for the long water exposure, and to prevent grinds from getting through the coarse mesh. French presses come in many sizes, and are ideal for serving larger groups.


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