High Quality Components for the Best Cup of Coffee
Creative Uses For Your French Press
|Model Name||SAKI French Press Coffee Maker|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||8.3 x 6.5 x 4.1 inches|
|Capacity||34 oz (1000 ml)|
|Net Weight||1.50 Ibs|
|Material||Heat Resistant Borosilicate Glass and 304 Stainless Stell|
What Will You Get
Will I need any other equipment when preparing French press coffee?
No. The only thing you will need for a sweet cup of joe is the SAKI French Press and your favorite coffee mug.
What type of coffee beans should I use?
The coffee beans you choose for the French press coffee maker should be specifically grounded for French press use. Coffee beans grounded for paper filters or espressos will most likely pass through the plunger, making your coffee blurry and sedimented.
Do I have to pour all of the coffee out of the coffee maker?
Yes. Brewing the perfect coffee is about controlling the variables to reach the perfect balance of extraction. If you let your coffee keep brewing in the French press after the plunging, you will risk overshooting the ideal taste and flavor.
Does French press coffee taste better?
Although it depends on the other coffee brewing methods you are comparing it with, it is safe to say that French press-prepared coffee has its own unique taste and flavor that no other brewing method can offer.
What is the appropriate water ratio when preparing French press coffee?
Although the right amount of water when preparing coffee in a French press differs from one individual to the other, the best way to start is with 7 grams of ground coffee and 4 ounces of water. The SAKI French Press has a capacity of 800 ml.