It's American Press Coffee and Tea Maker - Not a French Press
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I learned about the American Press a few years ago from a friend who used to work as a barista at a local coffee house. They didn’t have one but he described how it worked and I was intrigued. After doing some internet surfing I happened to discover the French Press Coffee website and saw the American Press listing at a slight price discount. It was enough to prompt me to make the purchase, and I’m glad I did.
The French press method has always been my favorite way to make coffee. Many people don’t like the messy clean up afterwards, but I accepted it as just coming with the territory. Cleaning American Press is less messy and the coffee is very tasty. The only (minor) concern I have after using it only twice is the presence of silt. I adjusted for a coarser grind and that definitely helped, though there was still some silt. However, it wasn’t that much, and not certainly not a deal breaker. I think more experimenting with the grind level will either alleviate the silt or make it barely noticeable.
The American Press isn’t cheap, but the materials are top quality and should last a long time with proper care. This thing should have great appeal to those of us who love French press coffee. Strongly recommended.
It doesnt make mess and easy to set up.. enough to make me full
I have this American Press and find it is great for the one cup of coffee or tea. The cleanup is simplified to a twist lock and dumping of grounds to dispose. A light rinse or towel wipe and you are ready to restart operations. Only have to get used to not overloading capacity, the container can hold 3 scoops max but ease of performance and flavor is about the half to one scoop max. I would recommend this to most coffee and tea lovers, because all have differences. :-)