Plunger / French Press
EASY | 4-6 Min | 1-2 Cups
About Plunger / French Press
A French Press, also known as a cafetiere, cafetiere a piston, Cafeteria, press pot, coffee press or coffee plunger, is a coffee brewing device patented by Italian designer Attilio Calimani in 1929
What you need
- 21g of Freshly Ground Coffee
- 350ml of Boiled Water
- 1x 3-6 cup French Press
- 1x Cup
- 1x Kitchen Scale
- 1x Spoon
- 1x Kettle
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Boil the kettle
We recommend boiling more water than required to keep your cup warm while you brew
Weigh out the coffee & grind it
1tbsp ~ 12g. Make sure you adjust the grinder first to get the correct grind size.
Place the french press on the scale.
Do not turn the scale on yet
Remove the filter part from the French Press
*This is the plunging unit
Add your coffee to the French Press
Gently shake or tap the French Press to level out the ground coffee.
Turn on the scale, make sure it reads '0g'
Some scales will require to be switched to "grams" mode and or to be tare'd manually.
Add 60g of water and evenly saturate the coffee
Gently stir the grounds to ensure all coffee is immersed
Wait for the coffee to bloom
Pour the remaining 290g of water in a spiral motion
Allow the coffee to steep for 4 minutes
Gently press the filter down and serve in warm cup