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GROSCHE YORK French Press Coffee and tea maker, 1.0l 34 fl. oz 8 cup (3 coffee mugs). All stainless steel filter (no plastic parts in filter press)

by Grosche

Price: £13.99 & FREE Delivery in the UK. Details
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  • High quality French Press with Borosilicate glass beaker
  • All parts, including the glass beaker, metal body, and stainless steel filter are dishwasher safe
  • Secondary filter in lid- turn the lid to close the filter and retain heat, and turn it back to pour
  • Always use coarse ground coffee in a french press, (1 to 3 tablespoons per mug 300ml)
  • You can also use this french press to make loose leaf or blooming tea. Replacements beakers are available from the manufacturer


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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 11.4 x 17.1 x 22.2 cm ; 599 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 998 g
  • Delivery Destinations: Visit the Delivery Destinations Help page to see where this item can be delivered.
  • Item model number: GR-186
  • ASIN: B008FT3PM8
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 29 Sep 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 355,923 in Kitchen & Home (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Home)
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Product Description

The York by GROSCHE is a premium manual French coffee press that will produce the best flavor from any coffee or tea you put into it. This type of manual-operated coffee maker is regarded as the best way to brew fully-bodied coffee to enjoy the flavor as it was intended. By fully infusing the course grounds (finely ground coffee can seep through the filter), the flavors and oils can be fully extracted and the final result is unmatched! It has a dual filter system, one on the main press and another on the lid. The filter inside in fully stainless steel without any plastic parts, unlike what's found from other leading manufacturer's products. When You make your coffee or tea, turn the lid to close the press while your coffee or tea steeps, and turn it again to open it to pour. That will retain heat and allow for better flavor for your coffee or tea. The York from GROSCHE is for the true connoisseur of coffee or tea. It is easy to clean, does not require replaceable filters, and is dishwasher safe. Replacement beakers are available from the manufacturer.

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By paulfmuldoon on 1 May 2014
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I have been using this for a couple of months now and I have no complaints. Makes delicious coffee with the right beans ground just so and is very easy cleaned and maintained.
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By Soni on 14 Dec 2013
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Good quality, easy to clean, looks very smart and elegant. After 6 months have no complaints. Product as descibed. thanks
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By Buyer on 28 Jun 2013
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Yes it makes good coffee and tea. I use it for my green tea mostly. Great - and I love it
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By Poodle Power on 2 Dec 2012
I have been using larger versions of coffee presses for years as they seem to make the most tastiest coffee and give a much full flavour than any of the various high quality instants I have tried. This press represents really good value for money especially when you look at the build quality. In operation it is a breeze to use and really easy to clean. Would most certainly recommend this to any coffee or tea lover!
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Amazon.com: 49 reviews
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Pretty good! 30 Sep 2012
By MP - Published on Amazon.com
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The downside of French presses is that they break. So I have had more than a few. The Grosche York is better quality than some. Good qualities: 1) the glass is sturdy; one (famous) brand uses glass so fragile you don't want to breathe on it for fear of breaking. 2) not only is the filter stainless steel, the screw mechanism that holds the plunger together is also steel; that same famous brand has been cheaping out on at least some models by making the screw mechanism out of plastic. 3) a review of a different Grosche coffee press had me worried as it said the exterior metal started to rust almost immediately; I took a chance because this one was cheap, and am happy to report (UPDATED) no rusting after two months of daily use.
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Wonderful 22 Sep 2012
By Kevin T. Martin - Published on Amazon.com
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This is a wonderful french press. Firstly I love the aesthetics of it - great visibility into the chamber, plus it is well built - thick glassed beaker compared to other models, and no grinds get through the screen when the coffee is pressed. I did run into an issue when I removed the glass beaker from the metal cage when I was trying to clean it. Upon reinsertion of the glass beaker into the metal cage, the metal cage snapped at the bottom where the 3 little "feet" meet. I wrote the company and they said that it was a manufacturing error and promptly sent me a new one. Great customer support!
So great product at a great price.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Good value for the money. 19 Sep 2012
By Martha F - Published on Amazon.com
I really shopped for this item looking at many different ones, and decided on this one due to the seller's rating, the customer reviews, the brand, and the value for the price. I am very happy with this item after having this now for a few months. I don't think you can go wrong with this item if you are looking for a one serving French Press that is easily maintained and attractive as well.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Surprising quality, perfect size for two. 4 April 2013
By SD - Published on Amazon.com
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I purchased this french press because my girlfriend drinks a lot more coffee than I do, and my Bodum 3-Cup French Press is not enough for two people. Coming from a fancier, more expensive product I didn't expect so much... but I've been pleasantly surprised!

Pros:

- Makes more than two mugs of coffee per press
- Durable thermal glass construction (thicker than my Bodum)
- Filter appears to be no different than a Bodum
- Very affordable

Cons:

- The lid is plastic and doesn't feel super solid
- Instructions recommend not using a dishwasher
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Weeks of research... cross fingers... Awesome! 22 May 2013
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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PROS:
Looks sophisticated and contemporary on my counter (better than other brands in my opinion)
Construction is good for the price
Functions well
All metal construction in the handle and in the movable parts
Inexpensive
This size can make coffee for more than one person (I just use less water for one)

CONS:
Plastic Lid that I hold with my thumb when I pour (it didn't fall out, just feels safer. For the price I can't complain)

This was my first french press so I researched them for weeks before I made a purchase. Scoured Amazon, other online reviews and articles, talked to friends who work for local coffee shops (I like the research process!) and finally decided to give this one a try. I also tested out a few Bodum models at Starbucks (they use them and/or sell them - the Chambord, Brazil and Kenya) and they were nice but nothing to write home about. As I researched it seemed that most people liked the Bodums and Grosche brand better than many others (in this price range) and I liked the look of the Grosche so I chose to head that route. I really like the look of the Grosche Madrid and Rome but each of those options were at least twice as much as the York. I looked at the Grosche Libson because the price was similar. I actually liked the look of it better than the York from the pictures but it had an all glass handle and it didn't sound like that particular feature would hold up well.

Ultimately, I am very happy with this purchase. Compared to the Bodums I really like the look of the Grosche brand (just as I thought i would). Functionally, the glass in this french press seems as sturdy or sturdier than some others I have seen. I like that all the moving parts except the spinning plastic top with a second filter, are metal. The metal "press"/screen works good on multiple kinds of coffee I have used and the second screen in the lid is a nice feature that isn't found on all french presses in this price range. Again... I really like the way it looks (I like it better in person than in the picture personally) showing off the glass and highlighting with stainless and black (it looks nice on the counter). Lastly, for the price I could buy this twice before I hit into some of the other models I mentioned (Madrid, Rome, Chambord).

I have had this french press about a month and it seems to be holding up fine. I wash the glass (keeping it within the handle/metal support) in the sink with dish soap (the inside, not the outside) and I just rinse the "press"/screen and lid with hot water until I feel it needs to be washed (roughly 5 cycles of making coffee for me) and then I wash that part by hand. Some people don't ever like to use soap, but I do (true coffee folks - scoff here).

I like my new french press coffee much better than my old drip coffee maker coffee (I no longer own one of those - gave mine to my dad)!
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