Say Bonjour to Our Favorite French Press! Back in Stock Soon! – Batch Coffee

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With our famous French Press back in stock soon - what better way to welcome it than with a quick tutorial on it's use?!
We're going to show you how to achieve the perfect cup of coffee, with our CoastLine French Press. 
(This recipe is based on one single, 400mL serving)

Coffee Press

Coarse Ground Coffee

Boiling Water (We prefer to use our CoastLine Pour Over Kettle... Which you can learn more about here)

Digital Kitchen Scale




Here are the steps you'll take to make your wildest, French Press-related dreams come to fruition.



Fill glass press chamber with warm/hot water, then empty. This prepares the chamber for boiling water later, and prevents the cold glass from chilling your coffee too quickly.

Measure & Grind

While water is boiling, measure out 40g of coarse ground coffee, or whole beans to be ground. (We love our CoastLine Ceramic Hand Grinder, but often resort to our Baratza Encore Conical Burr Grinder for a quick and precise grind). 

Pour & Steep

 Pour approximately 100g (100mL) of water over grounds to saturate, stir gently, and wait 30 seconds. Add remaining 300g (300mL) of water to the Press, and set timer for 4 minutes. 


After 4 minutes, stir gently again, spooning off the floating grounds. 


Over the course of 15 seconds, plunge the press screen to the bottom of the chamber.



*based on minimal research done
So thats it! Our CoastLine French Press will hit shelves again soon in the coming weeks - and you'll be well-versed, and prepared! Use Code FRENCH10 for 10% off Your Purchase, and keep eye on our social media page for their arrival!
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 Want to learn more about the Kettle We Mentioned so Lovingly? Click Here to read last-weeks blog.



Until next time, coffee lover.


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