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
- Colors may vary
- 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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Have you ever wanted to brew K-Cups, but the brewers were just too expensive? Here is an economical way to brew K-Cups!
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
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However, comparing this to the price of Keurig machines, I decided to give it a try. And my skepticism has vanished. This little press does just what it's supposed to do -- makes an excellent cup of coffee from Keurig K-cups or pods. (I haven't tried it with ground coffee yet, but see no reason why it wouldn't do just as well as with the pods and K-cups.)
It pays to read the manual and follow the instructions! I tried it initially with pods (which is what I had on hand), and had several failures, with the pods breaking open and dumping grounds into my cup. But then I re-read the instructions carefully, and realized that I was doing two things wrong. First, I was installing the pods in their holder incorrectly. Second, I was pressing down way too fast on the plunger. Once I followed the instructions on how to insert the pods (which is much easier than cramming them in as I had been doing), and slowed my press rate to the recommended 20 to 40 seconds, I was getting perfect cups of coffee. Whereas my drip pod maker had needed two pods and was still only making fair coffee, from one pod this made a much better cup. Score 1.
I then got some K-cups at the store, and tried those. Again following the instructions carefully -- a slow press to get the grounds wet, waiting 10 seconds for the coffee in the K-cup to be fully infused, then a slow press all the way down -- the machine gave a rich, excellent cup of coffee.
If you want to pay hundreds of dollars for the convenience of having the machine do all the work for you, go ahead. But if you're willing to take just a few minutes (2 minutes for the water in the microwave, using this time to insert the pod or K-cup, and less than a minute to press the water through), you can save a ton of money and get an excellent cup of coffee.
The only downside is that it does take average strength to press the plunger down. My mother-in-law, who has very week hands and wrists, probably couldn't handle it. But unless you are exceptionally weak in the hands and wrists, it's no problem. (I have found that rotating the plunger slowly as I press makes it go a bit easier, but it's still fine when I don't do that.) And using a bit of muscle power is good for you, isn't it?
The construction of the press seems plenty sturdy. The parts aren't flimsy plastic, but have a good heft and feel to them.
All in all, it's a product that does exactly what it's supposed to do for a very reasonable price. What more could you ask?
Of course, the bottom line is the coffee. I find it's basically identical as that brewed by the Keurig. I do heat the water hotter, so the Cafejo can make a slightly warmer and richer cup of coffee, but the difference is subtle. For coffee purists who don't care for K-Cup brewing, the Cafejo won't change their minds..
The only minor complaint is the small diameter of the heating pitcher allows some slop-out when the water just starts to boil at the end of the 2 1/2 minute heat in the microwave. A paper towel under the pitcher is essential.
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").