CUSTOM Dublin French Press - Pack of 4
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ALL CUSTOM ORDERS ARE FINAL SALE WITH NO RETURNS OR EXCHANGES. PRODUCT WARRANTY STILL APPLIES
WHEN ORDERING THE GROSCHE DUBLIN, YOU ARE ORDERING 4 AT A TIME IN A WHOLESALE PACK.
- Double wall insulated to keep your coffee hotter for longer
- 18/8 stainless steel with a fingerprint resistant mirror finish
- Makes 8 cups/ 1000 ml/ 34 fl. oz
- Sleek and durable design that will last you a lifetime
- Handwashing recommended prolonging the DUBLIN’s life
All Stainless Steel Modern French Press
The DUBLIN stainless steel French press offers durability and style. It is double wall insulated and made from 18/8 stainless steel, designed to keep your coffee hot for long periods of time. The press exterior is a shiny mirror finish that is fingerprint and heat resistant. The DUBLIN has a one-litre capacity perfect for making two to three large cups of coffee.
Premium Quality Stainless Steel French Press
Not only does the stainless steel work as a good insulator, but it will also last you a lifetime. For this very reason, the DUBLIN press is the ultimate camping accessory or is ideal for those who tend to be a bit clumsy. This press is dishwasher safe; however, we recommended hand washing to prolong the presses life.
Difference between French Press vs. Pour over coffee
People generally find french press coffee to be among the tastiest. French press using a method of brewing called immersion brewing. That way the coffee stays immersed in the water, releasing all its flavour over time. When coffee is roasted initially the water heats up in the bean and turns to steam. Then, there is a light sound called the first crack. When they have roasted a bit longer the cell walls in the coffee bean can rupture releasing some oils. That is called the second cracking noise. Since this is due to roasting time, this happens in darker roasts coffees more commonly.
In a French press, these oils soak into the water and help give the special mouthfeel and flavour in the coffee. The filter in a French press is coarser, so some grit ends up in your cup. Paper pour over filters in common drip coffee makers trap that oil flavour and don’t allow it to get into the cup. That makes paper filter coffee smooth but a little flatter tasting. With a pour over half of the oils can make it to your cup without the grit. So you can get a smooth tasting coffee that is also bold and deep at the same time.