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Charm French Press Coffee Filter

For 250 - 300ml of Black Coffee | Note: The stainless steel design may vary slightly.

The French Press or the Cafetiere is a cylindrical glass carafe seated within a holder with handle. It also comes with a metal mesh plunger. This coffee brewing device gives you a viscous brew with a fuller body and increased texture. Brewed correctly, it is guaranteed to bring out the fine aroma and flavours in your coffee.

Use specially roasted and coarsely ground Sidapur French Press Coffee in the French Press

How to make French Press Coffee

  • Spread 15g of Sidapur French Press Powder evenly at the bottom of the French Press equipment.
  • Keep aside 250 - 300ml of hot water. First, add half water and stir the coffee. Let it rest for 30 seconds. Now add rest of hot water.
  • Stir again and rest the coffee for 2-4 minutes. The more you rest, the stronger the coffee gets.
  • Press down the plunger slowly by applying uniform pressure.
  • Pour the aromatic and flavorful black coffee into the cup.
  • Add undiluted milk and sugar if required.

10-day Replacement Policy: This item is eligible for free replacement/refund within 10 days of delivery. For this, the item should be unused, in its original condition, kept inside its outer box with user manual and all original parts. Ready for a successful return pick-up.

French Press Filter

The French Press, also known as the Cafetière, was invented in France in the late 1800s. Today, the  French Press is a popular brewing method among coffee lovers.

The coffee is brewed by adding 15 grams of coarsely ground coffee into a French Press. Add 250-300 ml of hot water and stir the coffee in. Allow the coffee to rest and brew for about 3-4 minutes. Press the plunger down to push the coffee grounds to the bottom of the French Press. Pour into a mug and enjoy the aroma and flavour of the freshly brewed coffee.