Cafejo My French-Press with K-Cup Pod and Ground Coffee Adaptors Plus, Various Coffee Samples
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- Includes: My French Press, single serve coffee pods Holder, Ground Coffee Adaptor, and Pod Adaptor + Free single serve coffee pods samples
- Perfect Gift for Kuerig single serve coffee pods Users.Brews a single cup of coffee with a single serve coffee pods pod, caplet, or ground coffee
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- The included Ground Coffee Adaptor and Pod Adaptor can be used in most for for for Keurig K-Cup Brewers K-Cup Brewers K-Cup Brewers single serve coffee pods Brewers
- Brew's single serve coffee podss to The Specialty Coffee Association's Gold Cup Standard!
- Easy to use and easy to clean with a space-saving and portable design
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MY FRENCH-PRESS by CAFÉJO
My French-Press by Caféjo is the only manual, French-press style, single-cup brewing system that brews cups, pods, caplets, and ground coffee. The easy to use My French-Press’ engineered design uses pressure and turbulence when brewing coffee. Its microwave safe pitcher allows you to heat water to the ideal brewing temperature of 195° to 205° Fahrenheit for the optimum extraction of your coffee. Brew with hot milk and make lattes, cappuccinos and hot chocolate too. Plus it makes a great gift. Just press...and enjoy.
- BPA Free
- Saves energy
- Dishwasher Safe
- Microwavable pitcher
- Brews up to 10 ounces
- Brews with Hot Water or Milk
- Cup Holder
- Pod Adaptor*
- Ground Coffee Adaptor*
WHY CHOOSE MY FRENCH-PRESS?
The My French-Press will consistently brew a better cup of coffee than a costly single-cup machine, plus save counter space and electricity. Independent studies show My French-Press will give you a 15% better extraction. Better extraction equals better coffee. The My French-Press is great for small kitchens, dorm rooms, travel, camping, boating, RVs and the home or office.
Works with Cups
Coffee Pod Adaptor
Ground Coffee Adaptor
Caféjo’s STORY and MISSION
Caféjo has established itself and is recognized for its reliable, innovative and high quality commercial coffee and tea brewing equipment. It all started with Caféjo engineering and manufacturing the first bottled water coffee brewer back in 1989. Caféjo’s mission is to manufacture brewers and brewing technology to brew the best cup of coffee possible. In 2002, Caféjo developed single-cup brewing technology and is considered an innovator and pioneer in this fast growing coffee segment. In 2012, Caféjo introduced its in-home line of single-cup brewers and accessories: the My French-Press, the Pod and Ground Coffee Adaptors.
Caféjo received the Gold Cup Standard of Brewing Award from the SCAA and the Coffee Institute of America. “Making coffee better is what we do”… says Patrick Rolfes, CEO/Founder of Caféjo. Caféjo’s combination of brewers, accessories and line of award winning coffee and tea pods truly makes Caféjo your brewing partner for your ongoing pursuit of the best cup of coffee.
1. Press K-Cup into holder 2. Twist K-Cup holder into cylinder and connect cylinder to lower cup 3. Fill Pitcher/Plunger with water 4. Heat water in microwave 5. Pour hot water into cylinder 6. Press Pitcher/Plunger into cylinder 7. Pour and enjoy *includes pod and ground coffee adaptors
Top customer reviews
This version of MFP comes with a total of three adapters, the K-Cup adapter, the Pod adapter and the ground coffee adapter. The pod & ground coffee adapters fit inside the K-cup adapter for use. Also included are three K-Cup samples.
The K-cup adapter has a stainless hypodermic like needle in the bottom of the cup to puncture the K-Cup. I don't know about early versions but current production is very stout. The top pin at the bottom of the cylinder is plastic, it punctures the top of the K-cup, it has 3 holes that direct the water to the sides of the K-cup. There is a positive seal surrounding the pin that makes contact with the top of the K-cup & the ground coffee adapter.
The pod adapter is just a basket that will also hold a tea bag,
The ground coffee adapter has an extremely fine mesh stainless screen, the lid has a small o-ring seal & it snaps shut. It will hold one typical measure spoon of coffee. With a normal grind, no sediment is apparent. One note, do not fill the adapter full, leave some room for the grounds to expand.
The pitcher/plunger has graduations on the side, the sealing ring is robust, it's made like the piston in a hydraulic cylinder. The ring appears to be a Teflon material and it is backed by a silicone o-ring which serves to expand it. The pitcher slides very easily and makes a positive seal. A superior design compared to the Aeropress.
The entire unit assembles & disassembles easily and is easy to clean.
What the MFP does well is work with K-cups, a trick to getting a good brew is to add a little water, like a teaspoon or so to allow it to re-hydrate the coffee contents. Do this a few times before adding the remaining water and pressing. Press slow to get the best results. If your brew appears too weak, you can dump it in the press and allow it to go through again. You could also just let it drip and then press when it slows.
The ground coffee adapter really needs a fine grind for best results. Something just a step up from espresso. You perform the same routine as with the K-Cup. There are little paper filters available that make cleanup easier and might also serve to slow down the water flow. It's on my to-try list. One note, other than the K-Cup package, there really isn't any waste produced where as the Aeropress uses the filter pads.
My reason for only 4 stars is that the MFP isn't a true French Press as compared to the Aeropress. It's more of a drip coffee maker with pressure. What I think defines a French press is being able to mix your coffee in suspension to extract all the flavors then force filtering to remove the grounds which is how the Aeropress works. A little re-engineering and Cafejo could replicate the Aeropress.
What the MFP does really well is K-cups and packaged coffee/tea.
I prefer the MFP design to the Aeropress as overall I think it's a more durable product and I prefer having the water pitcher & catch cup all in one unit. It's a bit more to clean up but not terribly inconvenient.
I may attempt brewing by dumping the grounds in the cylinder and seeing if will pass through to the grounds adapter serving as a filter. The drain holes in the cylinder are generous enough that it should be possible especially with a fine grind. The trade off will be a bit more mess to clean up.
I'm experimenting with water temperatures, Aerobie says 175-185F and MFP say around 200. Overall it does make a smooth cup of coffee using ground coffee, it may take an extra pass or two to get the strength you desire. It's quicker than the coffee pot and for a single serving it's a more efficient extraction compared to a single serving in a coffee maker. It will also make for a nice addition to the travel bag. We usually pack our own small 4 cup coffee maker on trips along with bottled water. The MFP might be more convenient providing the room has a microwave to heat the water. One other added benefit for travel is the attached cup. We normally use the motels provided disposable coffee cups. With the Aeropress you'll have to pack a mug.
on claims but very short on delivering results. The Cajejo Press is a rare exception. In some ways this device SURPASSES a Keurig!
Out of te box This Press works with all K-cups, both original & 2.0 compatible. Do not want a touchy, hard to keep working Keurig machine?
Well, there are no time consuming decalcifying requirements. You get to control the strength of each cup. For doing K-cups, I give this press one of my very rare 5-star ratings. I have to subtract a star for the poor job Cafejo's coffee grounds and pod adapters do.
TIP. There are many videos of My French Press on YouTube (several repetitive ones by Cafejo. NOT ONE informs people about how easy it
is to use a home cleaned & refilled K-cup. Just put your third party reuseable K-cup directly in the K-cup holder. Not all designs of reuseable Cups fit but most do. I refill used K-cups with a reuseable cap ("My-Cap").
Until recently when we went on a camping trip where we had no electricity. The Cafejo was the perfect solution. All you need is a kcup (or your own coffee grounds) and some hot water!
It’s so simple to use. I’m not sure we will go back to the old fashioned coffee maker, even when we do have electricity!
The My French-Press design answered a couple of things that otherwise bothered me:
"How am I going to use this at work?"
Easy. Water goes into the piston plunger, microwave that, and proceed. Sure, I could do this with the competing product, but I'd rather not hold onto a hot plunger while trying to pour microwaved water into another tube at work.
"What am I going to do with these K-Cup samples I seem to get in the mail?"
I wasn't going to spend eighty dollars on a machine that pokes a hole in a pre-ground cup of coffee grinds just to find out how mediocre the coffee inside is. The My French-Press is inexpensive, lets me find out how the stuff inside tastes, and when I'm done with that experiment? I can go back to brewing real coffee from coffee beans that I ground just a minute or two before I extract a brew.