May 5, 2021

Resource: French Press - the Gateway to Brewing Better

Resource:  French Press - the Gateway to Brewing Better

The French influence on brewing! We break down the method for making a perfect French Press Coffee. A wonderful way to share coffee! Extracts flavorful oils resulting in a viscous and heavy brewed cup.


This episode is made available by Ciel Coffee www.Ciel.World 

Prep Time: 8 minutes

Brew Time: 5 minutes

Overview

  • Extracts flavorful oils resulting in a viscous and heavy brewed coffee
  • Yields a full-bodied and rich brew with slight sediment
  • Lighter flavor nuances can be overshadowed

You’ll Need:

  • 17 grams Ciel fresh coffee beans for each 8 oz. cup
  • Frieling French press
  • Baratza Preciso or similar Burr Grinder
  • Fresh, filtered water (no apparent odors or tastes)
  • Hot water maker
  • Thermometer
  • Scale
  • Timer

Instructions:

  1. Consult the measurement chart (below) and turn on hot water maker to begin heating ample water
  2. Consult the measurement chart; weigh out the precise amount of coffee
  3. Grind coffee to coarse grind particle size and add it to the press
  4. Set the timer to countdown 5 minutes
  5. When water is precisely 199˚F, add it to the French press to just below the pour spout and start the timer
  6. Gently give the grounds a single stir (top off water level when necessary) to release the gases and ensure that all coffee grounds are wet
  7. Carefully place the plunging apparatus on the press
  8. After 5 minutes, slowly and carefully depress the plunger to the bottom of the press
  9. When fully depressed, immediately transfer the brewed coffee to a thermal carafe
  10. Allow the coffee to cool for at least 1 minute before enjoying

Measurements:

  • 8 oz French press: 17 grams coffee
  • 17 oz French press: 36 grams coffee
  • 23 oz French press: 48 grams coffee
  • 33 oz French press: 70 grams coffee

French Presses to Try:

Espro

Frieling

Bodum

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