The French Press is a widely recognized coffee brewing machine with a wide multi-lingual name list such as a coffee plunger, press pot, caffettierastanfutto, cafetera Francesa, Bodum, Melior pot etc. French Press Coffee maker has a unique method of brewing cup of coffee. The following procedure illustrates how you can prepare a creamy cup of coffee:
Mixing water and coffee together
With the French Press coffee maker, coffee is prepared by placing the water and coffee together, then they are stirred and allow to brew for several minutes. Then the plunger is pressed to capture the coffee grounds below the beaker-like can. The reason a particle grind coffee size in the coffee machine is designed coarser compared to the ones used in other models of coffee maker machines.
It is normally the coarsest setting on the coffee gauge grinder. If the grounds of the coffee are perfectly fine, they will easily seep through a plunger’s mesh, into the liquid which will eventually deliver the unpleasant cup of coffee.
Captivate a Rich flavor from French Press Machine
French Press machine is mostly praised by coffee lovers that result from coffee ground results. Another reason is being in direct combination with a brewing water, then filtered through the mesh rather than a paper filter. The press pot is the strength of the coffee press and is the outcomes of the quantity of ground coffee used every day.
A lot of ground coffee is required to make a stronger coffee. By serving a right coffee after you’ve already pressed them or filtered with more coffee grounds. By doing this, you will have a rich and fresh taste cup of coffee without bitterness.
History of French Press Coffeemaker
The first French Press machine was introduced in Italy by Attilio Calimano back in 1929, 20th century. Its original design modified later after few years still in Italy by some know by the name Faliero Bondanini. From the year 1950 through early 1990, Societe-des-Ancient Establishment Martin from South Africa successful distribute this coffee machine all over Europe.
Martin who a principal manager and investor of Louis-James-de Viel Castel. The entrepreneur with few businesses includes a British firm-Household-Articles Limited which sold the French Press company known as La Cafetiere.
French Press Machine constant Update
Coffee Press device will always introduce interesting updates for the customers to continue enjoying good services. They’ve promised to continue improving with more resistance to stronger glass and temperature changes. The following are some more advancement:
- Ease of cleaning and maintenance.
- Ergonomic feel.
- Cool touch covering and Non-slip grip.
- A system that follow functionality providing scratch resistance, brilliant-surface gloss, and non-heat deformability.
- Water vapor penetrability and the absorptive capacity.
There was the most similarity between 2 competing French-press machines, namely La Cafetiere and Chambord. In the year 1991, Bodum holdings, Kitchenware company and the Danish tableware company obtain all assets of Martin. Louis-James-De-Viel Castel got interested in proceeding French Press sales through his Company-Holding-Articles limited.