Bodum Brazil 8-Cup French Press Coffee Maker, 34-Ounce, Black
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- 8-cup, 34-ounce French Press serves 2-3 people; Coffee is measured in 4-ounce cups
- Carafe is made of durable, heat-resistant borosilicate glass; BPA free plastic handle and base; Dishwasher-safe
- 3-part stainless steel mesh filter helps extract your coffee's aromatic oils and subtle flavors
- Pressed coffee extracts the perfect amount of essentials oils and acids from the bean for maximum flavor
- Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
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The strainer/filter does not work well. It worked decently the first couple of times and then i have never had a press without grounds in the coffee.. in all I must have used the press say about 7-8 times in total... I usually dont bother about writing reviews (i am working on changing that). But today when i used the press i felt that nearly half the grounds got un filtered..
Yes i know exactly how to use the press for people who might be thinking I am doing something incorrectly and hence I am seeing grounds in the coffee..
i literary take good 5-10 seconds to push the filter down to the bottom for a half filled jar (which equals around 16 oz = 1 cup for me)and i still cannot manage to filter out all the grounds...
the cleaning process is tricky as well as you wouldn't wanna touch the filter too much as there is a possibility of bending the edges of the aluminium filter which will render the filter useless.
I will definitely not recommend this product unless you are willing to pay $10 for a replacement filter every now and then and or would not mind using a separate strainer on the side.
If you are debating the merits of a French press vs. Keurig or your everyday filtered coffee maker, allow me to persuade you that the French press is best for taste and for saving money. Both the Keurig and a typical coffee maker both require wasteful and expensive accessories (the individual K-cups, filters); whereas, the French press doesn't need anything extra.
I've heard complaints from home coffee drinkers over the years that French presses are difficult to clean. I have not experienced that. I just toss it in the dish washer, maybe taking it apart every once in a while. I don't think it's necessary to take apart each piece and deep clean every day.
The French press is an easy to use coffee maker: you just add boiling water to your ground beans (ideally, freshly ground and please don't put your ground coffee in the freezer!), wait between 3-5 minutes depending on how you like your coffee, plunge, and drink! This may not as easy as pressing a button, or setting a timer that will have your coffee ready for you in the morning, but the quality and saved money more than make up for the mild inconvenience.
I have a Bodum brand coffee maker because it's one of the least expensive options. It's worked well for over three years!
Better tasting coffee, less wasteful and expensive, and easy to use. Other coffee makers might be more trendy these days, but the French press is a classic.
Do not buy.
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Let me first say, I am a total coffee snob. I have everything from the Keurig machine to a Nespresso machine, but let's be honest, the French press is one of the most organic ways... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Meaghan Batzloff
The glass broke in less than a month and had to buy a stainless steel one.Published 21 months ago by Deenna I Baer