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How does a French coffee press work?

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A French coffee press is a device for separating the coffee solids from the liquid coffee. It works by pushing a filter down through the coffee, pushing the solids down to the bottom of the pot.

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Coffee for a french press should be ground coarsely, or about the consistency of wet sand.


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I have a french press, actually. It's a handheld cylinder that you place coffee grounds in, add boiling water, insert the 'press' and push gently down until the ready-to-drink coffee has pushed through the 'press' into the upper part of the cylinder. Remove the cap/press, and pour yourself a yummy cup of coffee!! You can throw out the coffee grounds at this point.


One can purchase a French coffee press from big box retailers such as Walmart and Target. They can also be bought anywhere that small appliances are sold as well as on Ebay.


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The coffee can be any flavor or blend but the coffee beans needs to be ground at a slightly coarse medium setting. If its too fine, it'll go thru the metal filters in the french press. If its too coarse, the coffee won't brew properly and will be too weak.


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It works like this: you put the coffee under the coffee machine and then press the botton then the coffee will come out. And so on so the coffee will come out.


The Monet French Press coffee maker comes with a limited lifetime warranty.


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