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In the earlier times, the French Press was used to be made of glass or plastic pot and even of the same size, but nowadays we are having all sorts of options. French press is not of the coffee methods that many of the people happen to know widely.
Of all the wide range of articles and equipment like home espresso machines, keurig coffee makers available for coffee making, French press still happens to be one of the easiest options to select after all these years. The coffee making method is the easiest to make in French press we believe.
For this article, we have divided the French press into three categories: The Road Warrior, The Traveler and the Glass and Steel French Press.
People can have a large French press for the guests coming over and a smaller one which will serve you for smaller needs like a cup of coffee for your own and even for an office desk.
Despite the sizes of the French press might differ but the taste of the coffee by these is pretty much the same all along. We can tell you from the experience that no matter how many people made coffee in your French press, it will taste quite the same for everyone unless the filter seal of the press is tight.
The quality of the coffee, the consistency of the grinding of beans and the water to coffee ratio are very important things to consider.
When you have a French press which doesn’t make the coffee quite what you like, we recommend you to see the articles for troubleshooting of press first before you decide to buy a new one.
#1 : The Road Warrior
This is the small form of the French press which you can carry while you are on the road. May be to keep one in your car. A classic one is an all-in-one French Press travel mug.
The only negative thing about these is, it doesn’t have a good seal. Some of the ground coffee might come into your coffee mug once the seal is loose. And the next thing you know, you will be spitting those out.
Thankfully, a company named Bodum has done the work for you. Their French press not only keeps your mug hot but also keeps the ground coffee out of your drink. You can check out the other company’s product as well if they offer the same deal.
The only negative side to this is, you cannot brew more than 15 ounces of coffee at once. If you have to take more than that amount of coffee, you probably should brew it on a bigger one at your home and carry a thermos.
#2 : Glass and Steel French Press
The most important and the most widely used French press is for your domestic kitchen. Everyone obviously wants the ideal French press for their kitchen or office where they spend the maximum time. First thing is first, pick whether you want a stainless steel or a glass brewer.
If you like to see your while its getting brewed, pick the glass press. But you also need to consider that is there a child or a pet at your home that can shatter the glass press. If so, you might want to reconsider as glass can and will break someday. If that’s fine with you, go ahead!
On the other hand, you won’t be able to see your coffee getting brewed in a stainless steel press and the positive side it that it would not break or shatter.
Go, brew that great cup of coffee!
#3 : The Traveler
When it comes to traveling, you need to consider that the French press you consider should have the most important qualities of durability and portability. The last thing that you want is the broken pieces of glass in your luggage.
The road warrior is a good option if you are traveling alone whereas if you enjoy a big mug of coffee then you can consider taking the press which has a higher volume.