Francois et Mimi 50oz Glass French Press ~ Review

The Francois et Mimi 50oz Glass French Press makes coffee in it’s purest form. It’s rich, dark, and full flavored. Ah, the aroma of coffee first thing in the morning! Wouldn’t you like to have this pretty French thing? French press or cafetière à piston, as the French call it.

French Presses are traditionally made from glass. We can witness the goodness of the press doing it’s work. Using the press has never been easier. How do you press? This is what I do – boil water, pour over course grounds, wait 6 minutes, press. Hot, and delicious cup of coffee. Simple and easy. I can make coffee or tea using this press. Both the coffee and tea turn out delicious.

This is the perfect press to use anytime of day, but it’s also a good thing to have when power goes out. I can find a way to heat water, and we don’t have to go without our coffee. This coffee press is not to be used on a stovetop. The FME French Press holds 50 oz. and is dishwasher safe. I love how pretty this press is, and I leave it out on our kitchen counter all the time.

You can get your very own here: Amazon
ARV $26.99

Description:
Enjoy fresh coffee every day with this elegantly designed French coffee press. Product features a no-drip spout and the large size accommodates 3-5 standard coffee cups.  

Elegant Chrome Finish
•Holds 1500ml, or 50oz
•Dishwasher Safe
•Micro-Mesh Filter
•Works great with coarse-ground coffee or tea leaves.
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I received one or more complimentary products mentioned above for review purposes. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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