SterlingPro 8-Cup French Press


Some people who’ve switched to drinking coffee made from a French press say they’ll never return to using a drip maker, or even an electric percolator. What’s the big deal about a cup of java made from a hand-operated press?

French press fans in my house say it makes coffee tastes smoother, and less acidic. The flavor is rich and intense. It does take a little more work, but the end result is worth it, they insist.

The French press method is catching on. You can even buy a cup of French press coffee at Starbucks and at many independent coffee shops.

If you’re thinking of making the switch, the SterlingPro 8-Cup French Press is a sturdy press made from stainless steel and glass. Your coffee will not touch aluminum or plastic. (There are growing concerns about hot coffee being in contact with plastic.)

This would make a great gift for a coffee lover, or for someone concerned about the potential health effects of plastic-based coffee makers.

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