Everything You Need To Know: French Press Espresso
What you'll need....
Approx. 2 tablespoons of freshly ground bean, ground & drunk per 3 cup French Press
Approx. 4-5 tablespoons per 8 cup French Press
(14 grams coffee per 250ml water)
Step 1: Preheat
Preheat the plunger with hot, but not boiling water and discard water.
Step 2: Add freshly ground coffee
Add freshly ground bean. ground & drunk organic coffee
Step 3: Fill the plunger & Stir
Fill the plunger with hot water, leaving a 2 centimetre gap from the top. 92-95 Degrees Celsius (30 seconds from boil).
Stir the brew for 1 minute ensuring all coffee is saturated
Step 5: Plunge & Enjoy!
Plunge coffee gently and pour immediately and enjoy!
If you have beans and would like to grind your coffee for a French press brew, grind the coffee to a medium-coarse grind. It should feel a similar consistency to white sugar!
Celebrate Australian Organic Awareness Month with a bean, ground & drunk French Press Brew.
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