french press BREW GUIDE
Almost unchanged from the time of its invention, the system for "filtering coffee by piston" was patented in France in 1852 by Meyer and Delforge, a goldsmith and a merchant. The system consists of a Pyrex glass cylindrical jug- or of another resistant material - and a lid equipped with a plunger that ends with a filter.
Heat the water (530 ml) to 92°C – 96°C degrees.
Pour coffee inside the coffee maker.
Pour hot water.
Leave infusioning for 3/4 minutes.
Close and gently push to avoid coffee leaks.
Pour coffee in the cup.
Serve the coffee.
"CAFETIÈRE À PISTON", AN UNIQUE DESIGN
Two Italians contributed to its making: Attilio Calimani who in 1931 updated the french press with a newer version and Bruno Cassol who worked on this project and added Pirex glass and a metallic- net filter.
COFFEE INFUSION, QUICK AND SIMPLE
The coffee made with french press is long, tasty and pleasant. Good quality coffee, right dosage and right grinding are necessary to reach the perfect balance.
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