Who patented the coffee press?
The coffee press, also known as the French press, was first invented in the mid 1800s by a Frenchman, but was only patented in 1929. The man who first patented it was an Italian designer named Attilio Calimani, who made several design improvements to it over the years.
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.
A french press coffee maker uses boiling water, freshly ground beans, and a plunger. You add coarse ground coffee beans and hot water, and brew the coffee yourself. Once it has brewed, you slowly push down the plunger to hold the grounds at the bottom of the press. Then, you pour the coffee and enjoy.
There are several ways to make coffee, either using a coffee maker or a french press. There are also coffee makers that can make several cups at a time, or single cup coffee makers. Generally speaking, coffee in a coffee maker requires just a few simple steps. 1. Fill the tank with cold water. 2. Put a filter in 3. Put 2 tablespoons of ground coffee in for every ONE cup of coffee that you…