Which Is The Best French Press Coffee Maker
Aug 14, 19
3 Things You Must Know To Buy The Best French Press Coffee MakerWho doesn’t like a freshly brewed coffee in the morning, or maybe two or three? With so many different coffee makers on the market, it can be hard to choose. PODs are bad for the environment, filter coffee can easily go stale and bitter and full on coffee machines can be complicated, take time to warm up and clean. In our opinion, choosing the best french press coffee maker offers a great alternative, but which is the best to buy? These days, we are spoilt for choice, there are so many on the market. Just hop on to Amazon.com and you will soon see that the choices are endless. There are glass ones, stainless steel ones, ceramic ones and more. So in this article, we will help you make an informed decision when looking at the myriad of products on offer.
BreakageThis is a no-brainer really. Glass and ceramic pots will break if dropped or knocked. If you drop your stainless steel coffee press, sure, you may experience some bumps and scratches over time, but the integrity of the pot will remain. Double skinned pots are the best, because even if the outer skin is dented, the inner chamber will remain perfectly operable. So for longevity of the coffee press, it is worth investing a little more in a double skinned stainless steel coffee press.
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