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A french press is for making coffee and/or tea.  You put the loose coffee grounds or tea leaves in the bottom, add hot water, then put on the top with the plunger raised.  When you think it's brewed long enough, you push the plunger down, separating the grounds/leaves from the vast majority of the hot water, thus stopping the brewing process.  Gourmets think that this creates a much better flavor than drip and filter coffeemakers.  Generally speaking, a french press which has been used for coffee regularly has too much residual coffee flavor on it to be a good choice for tea.<br><br>
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A french press is for making coffee and/or tea.  You put the loose coffee grounds or tea leaves in the bottom, add hot water, then put on the top with the plunger raised.  When you think it's brewed long enough, you push the plunger down, separating the grounds/leaves from the vast majority of the hot water, thus stopping the brewing process.  Gourmets think that this creates a much better flavor than drip and filter coffeemakers.  Generally speaking, a french press which has been used for coffee regularly has too much residual coffee flavor on it to be a good choice for tea.
 
  
 
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Revision as of 00:30, 23 April 2013

A french press is for making coffee and/or tea. You put the loose coffee grounds or tea leaves in the bottom, add hot water, then put on the top with the plunger raised. When you think it's brewed long enough, you push the plunger down, separating the grounds/leaves from the vast majority of the hot water, thus stopping the brewing process. Gourmets think that this creates a much better flavor than drip and filter coffeemakers. Generally speaking, a french press which has been used for coffee regularly has too much residual coffee flavor on it to be a good choice for tea.


French Press
Owner/Loaner PS:One
Serial Number SERIAL NUMBER
Make/Model MODEL NUMBER
Arrival Date DATE
Usability WORKING
Contact CONTACT PERSON
Where KITCHEN
Authorization Needed NO
Hackable NO
Estimated Value ~$15
Host Area {{{hostarea}}}


French Press Area: {{{hostarea}}} https://wiki.pumpingstationone.org/French_Press