French Press Coffee Recipe

French Press Coffee Recipe
By The Cooking World, Editorial Staff
September 18, 2020

No-Press French Press Coffee Recipe

Thanks to our friends from abcofee and The Coffeevine, we are back with another delicious and easy coffee recipe, this time a French Press Coffee Recipe.

There's a lot to love about the classic French Press. It's cheap and space-efficient, and it emits a stylish yet easygoing vibe that jibes well with a lazy weekend morning. Despite all it's qualities there is something less lovable in it: that slug of sludge you get at the bottom of your cup.

Thanks to this recipe developed by abcofee you can fix this problem thanks to a cleaver and easy technique.

5 minutes 30 seconds


500 g water
30 g coffee beans, whole

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  1. Start by heating 500 ml of water to 96 ºC (204.8 ºF).
  2. While the water is heating, weigh your beans. Grind your coffee to medium size, then adding it to your french press.
  3. Pour 70 g of water and evenly saturate the coffee. Gently stir the grounds to ensure all coffee is immersed and wait for 30 seconds for the coffee to bloom.
  4. Pour the remaining 430 g of water in a spiral motion, with a spoon stir the coffee to times and allow it to steep for 5 minutes.
  5. Scoop off any foam that remains on the surface.
  6. Place the plunger lid on top of the beaker and press it down until it touches the surface of the coffee.
  7. Gently pour the coffee into cups through the plunger screen.
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