French Press. I think its continuing popularity is due to low cost and the number of posts that come up on searches. I my opinion, it is an obsolete coffee-making appliance. Sure, it is easy to use and costs very little (comparatively speaking) but the amount of sludge in the coffee and the bitterness it creates is intolerable to me. There are better choices:
Posted Thu Feb 21, 2013, 3:39pm Subject: Upgrading: Will French Press, Hario Slim Grinder, and Fresh Beans Be Good Start?
If I had of known that, I wouldn't of mentioned this to Randy.
I've been there many times, but not recently., & not yet as I'm in the middle of dinner..
P.S. Gee Ron, I don't know HOW I missed Randy's excellent review of this Espro press! Guess I was too involved with the BraZen & other things at the time when I bought my two Espro presses back around the beginning of Dec..
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