One of the effortless means for coffee-brewing is the French press. It is also excellent for extracting oils from a coffee, catching flavours and aromas from the beans. To get the most out of the brewing process here are a few tips and tricks, it doesn’t matter if you’re a French press lover or lately considering switching from a drip coffee maker to a press one.
Let's look at the brewing gadget, which is perhaps one of the most prevalent and commonly used in family households. Most of us do have it at home or somebody we know. The brewing technique is not obscure to us, but do we know who contrived it? And why is it known as French Press? You will find here everything about this immersion method from its origins to the modern ways of French-pressing.
Coffee brewing is an art, whether you’re making espresso to cappuccino or hazelnut among other flavours.
At first, how to make a brilliantly flavoured cup of coffee was only known by baristas, but nowadays a regular person can also brew a fine cup of coffee with the help of the latest machines sold in department stores.