You Should Absolutely Use a French Press for Coffee

You Should Absolutely Use a French Press for Coffee


Brought to you by Francois et Mimi and Shabby Chic Boho.

If you’ve ever had a cup of coffee made with a good French Coffee Press, you’ll want to throw your coffee brewers away. I don’t think I’ve ever had a fresher tasting cup of coffee than ones I drink from my Francois et Mimi 50oz Glass French Press. I’m actually drinking a cup now. I can’t think without my coffee.

I was at a friends a little while back and she had a French Coffee Press and I’ve been hooked on them since. They are a must have for any coffee drinker. Take my word for it.

Deja Brew…

So I got my own.

Here she is…

Francois et Mimi Single Wall Borosilicate Glass French Coffee Press, 50-Ounce, Chrome

The chrome, or stainless steel, is really beautiful and lovely to photograph I might add.

Francois et Mimi Single Wall Borosilicate Glass French Coffee Press, 50-Ounce, Chrome

I didn’t waste any time getting my new French Press out of the box. I rinsed everything out really well, dried it and I was ready to test my new coffee press. It wasn’t hard to do with the easy to use instructions on the box.

Francois et Mimi Single Wall Borosilicate Glass French Coffee Press, 50-Ounce, Chrome

I wanted to make a full pot so I used 1/2 cup of coarse ground coffee. I would normally grind my own coffee beans but I already had some ground that I needed to use up. If you don’t like strong coffee, you might want to start with 1/4 cup or as per instructions, 1 T per 4 ounces of water.

Francois et Mimi Single Wall Borosilicate Glass French Coffee Press, 50-Ounce, Chrome

Francois et Mimi Single Wall Borosilicate Glass French Coffee Press, 50-Ounce, Chrome

Francois et Mimi Single Wall Borosilicate Glass French Coffee Press, 50-Ounce, Chrome

Pouring. Getting *excited*…

Francois et Mimi Single Wall Borosilicate Glass French Coffee Press, 50-Ounce, Chrome

After putting the coffee in, it was time for the water. I used my Ozeri electric glass kettle to boil my water in because it gets the water really hot and because it’s quick and when I want coffee, I want it sooner rather than later.

I then put the lid on…

Francois et Mimi Single Wall Borosilicate Glass French Coffee Press, 50-Ounce, Chrome

Making sure not to push the screen down yet. I waited 5 minutes…

Francois et Mimi Single Wall Borosilicate Glass French Coffee Press, 50-Ounce, Chrome

…waiting…

Francois et Mimi Single Wall Borosilicate Glass French Coffee Press, 50-Ounce, Chrome

Waiting. Anticipating.

Francois et Mimi Single Wall Borosilicate Glass French Coffee Press, 50-Ounce, Chrome

I then pushed the screen down to trap the coffee grinds at the bottom of the pot. I love that the screen works so well that it does not let any grinds in my coffee cups.

Francois et Mimi Single Wall Borosilicate Glass French Coffee Press, 50-Ounce, Chrome

That’s it down at the bottom.

Francois et Mimi Single Wall Borosilicate Glass French Coffee Press, 50-Ounce, Chrome

The coffee is rich and fresh and smells amazing.

Francois et Mimi Single Wall Borosilicate Glass French Coffee Press, 50-Ounce, Chrome

Nice deep color, just like I like it.

Francois et Mimi Single Wall Borosilicate Glass French Coffee Press, 50-Ounce, Chrome

I’m pleased with the performance of my French Press in delivering the perfect cup of coffee every time.

There is one flaw to this French Press that was causing a big little mess. The handle and the sprout don’t line up. The handle is in the back and the spout is in the front. The sprout is to the right because the handle is not centered and because it’s pretty heavy when it’s full, I spill the coffee. I’ve made several messes. I now put our coffee cups in the sink to pour it. Problem solved and I even think I might be able to move the handle where it should be by loosening the screws.
UPDATE: Well now I feel like a blooming idiot :). All I had to do was turn the handle about 1/4 of an inch and it lines up perfectly. I didn’t even have to loosen the screws.

Have you ever used a French Press or do you plan to in the future? You can buy your own Francois et Mimi 50oz Glass French Press for a very realistic and affordable price of $25.53 with Amazon Prime.

I received the above mentioned product to use and try. All opinions stated are 100% mine.

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About Terri Beavers

Welcome to Shabby Chic Boho. My name is Terri and I live in the beautiful state of Georgia. I'm a nurse by profession but am now a SAHM due to {failed} back surgery. I enjoy blogging, dressing up, cooking, rearranging the furniture, reading, watching movies, and traveling. You can learn more about what makes me tick, by clicking here. Please do not swear in the comments, the kids are reading this in hopes I say something awesome about them. Go clean your rooms, kids! Same with Peanut. 🐾 I can be reached at terrishaven@gmail.com or shabbychicboho@gmail.com.

COMMENTS to Terri Beavers

  1. Woh! it looks so nice and too moderate. I like this French Press for Coffee. It is really awesome. I should try to buy this French Press. Thank you for given this idea. :)

  2. I’m a girl who needs her coffee too! I love how simple and beautiful these presses are and for the price point I’d consider getting one. The only problem is my hubby would never let me give up our Keurig.

  3. I’m not a coffee drinker, but most people I know who are have become obsessed with French press! I really didn’t know a whole lot about it, or the process, so thanks for sharing.

  4. I have a Keurig on it’s last leg and was looking at getting a new one. This looks like an even better option and I can go and purchase my own beans and grind them!

    1. I grind my beans in my blender and when I make too much, I store it in an airtight container in the freezer for those times I’m in a hurry. I try not to get in a hurry though, I’m not a clock watching person. Hee hee.

  5. I actually have a French Press that I used exactly once–I made such a mess I never tried it again! I really should try to use it at least one more time since a lot of people tell me how good the coffee comes out. We will see if the Klutz (that would be me) could actually get it to work correctly!

  6. I love coffee. Though I don’t use a French press in the house, I once stayed with friends on vacation in England and every morning was treated to French-pressed coffee. :)

  7. I have had French pressed coffee and I liked it, but since I am the only coffee drinker in our house, I only use my Keurig.

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