February 20, 2009

How to Make Great Coffee at Home - French Press Style

It is not hard to make a great French Press coffee at home, and I think it's a fantastic way to enjoy coffee when you can take the time to do it.


  1. Pick Fresh coffee - yea, it really matters, and can give you so much more when the coffee is fresh.

  2. Grind is right - a course setting is appropriate for the French Press method, almost like the texture of a regular beach sand.

  3. Pour in Hot Water - I like close to boiling, and I aim to wet all of the grounds as I pour; DON'T plunge yet, you want to let it steep

  4. Put on Lid and let stand without plunging for 3-4 minutes.

  5. Plunge Slowly; this filters the grounds without pushing too much of the fines through the screen on the plunger.

  6. Pour and Enjoy - you'll be coming back for more.

Check on the variety of French Press examples here at Single Serve Espresso

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Posted by Scott Martin at February 20, 2009 8:03 AM
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