Within the context of this content, we would like to reveal that there is a huge difference between French Press brewed coffee and that brewed with electric coffee makers. Simply applying a little effort in the morning using your French Press Coffee Maker can help you enjoy the best cup of coffee for any day and every day.
So which of the 2 techniques and application produces the better cup of coffee? Let’s explore the answers below.
Based on using French Press and electric coffee maker, we can conclude on the following pointers:
- Contingent on how “hot” a volume of coffee made can be, a plunger press made coffee produces much hotter volume than when compared with electric ones. The reason for this is due to the point that water used in French Press requires initial boiling first.
- Considering the “body” of coffee, it is very clear to the eyes that the one brewed with French Press Coffee Maker is more ‘bodied’ and richer than the one made with an electric coffee maker. It is uncontestable as the difference is really huge.
- Now considering “flavor”, we categorically agree that the manual press produces much more flavorful & colorful cup of rich coffee. You will experience stronger flavor with plunger press than you will with electric ones. Coffee brewed with an electric machine will leave you with a diluted taste. We can say this is so because of the paper filter utilized within the electric one that absorbs part of the coffee flavor.
The French Press delivers a stronger coffee – using the basic equipment. For this reason – the French Press Coffee Set has become the mainstay for several homes, kitchens, & hotel outlets.The coffee press is a simple design that’s really stylish, highly effective, mobile equipment that can be taken wherever you wish to go, in your kitchen, room, outdoor and for camping.
The process: With its cylindrical carafe, just fill it up with a suitable volume of ground coffee, add in some fairly pre-boiled hot water, do some stirring, place its lid right at the top and permit it to brew for around 3 minutes 30 seconds. At this stage, go on to push the plunger filter in a downward direction at a slow pace as this forces the coffee grounds to go to the bottom whilst the refreshingly brewed coffee sits at the top.