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Bodum Kenya French Press Coffee Maker, Borosilicate Glass - 3-Cup (0.35 L), Black
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- Capacity: 3 cup, 0.35 L, 12 oz
- Made from heat resistant borosilicate glass
- Safety lid
- Black frame
- Stainless steel filter parts
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Easy and quick to use, it is the method if you want to brew coffee right. You will extract the most essential oils of freshly ground coffee, leaving least sediment in your cup.
From the manufacturer
The Bodum company got its start in Denmark in 1944, when Peter Bodum started a business wholesaling household products. Today, the Bodum brand, known for its innovative coffee press, as well as its tea makers, is still family-owned.
Besides being known for the aesthetic quality of their products, Bodum is recognised as one of the leading makers of French presses, vacuum coffee makers and double-walled beverage glasses made of borosilicate glass. It has registered 'FrenchPress' as a trademark in many territories.
Features and Benefits
Heat-resistant, borosilicate glass beaker with curved plastic frame.
Stainless-steel three-piece filter system, no paper filter needed.
Frame protects table from heat.
All parts are dishwasher-safe
Kenya Coffee Maker
The BODUM coffee press KENYA is a crossroads between tradition and modernity. The tested coffee press KENYA offers the best way of enjoying a cup of coffee: Easy and quick to use it is THE method if you want to brew coffee right. You will extract the most essential oils of freshly ground coffee, leaving least sediment in your cup. Simply add ground coffee, pour well temperated water, stir, wait 3 – 4 minutes and with the gentle depressing of the plunger you stop the brewing – a healing during hectic days. Drinking handmade coffee does no longer belong to the past but is a luxury of the future.
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It works like all of them, but there are some points to note. I mention them because some other reviewers seem to have been caught out and in one case suffered a scalding water 'event' requiring a visit to A&E. No joke.
(A) General safety
- Don't use a fine grind: it will block the mesh filter, which will act like a solid metal piston inside the glass cylinder. You will force the plunger down, and pressure will build up. Guess what happens next.
- Don't bang a full load of boiling water into the cold vessel. The glass is supposed to be resistant to thermal shock, but why chance it?
(B) Making the coffee
- Warm up your Bodum (that sounds odd) by sloshing some warm water inside it.
- Heave in the coffee, weighing it if you want to titrate it to the weight that suits your palate over a few days of experimentation. Your assistant, Igor, will help you with this :)
- Add the water. This should *not* be boiling. Back in the 1960s Scandinavian researchers reckoned that boiling water + coffee = increased risk of gut problems, so get the water hot but not boiling. (In my opinion this also retains more of the oxygen.Read more ›
Perfect for me as I only usually brew for 2 people at once. It can make 2 moderate to large cups, for 3 people though it would be a push and you would get 3 small cups, but then who the heck wants a small cup of coffee!
This would be the perfect french press if you live alone, but if you are brewing for a few people then get a much bigger one
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Plastic. Not good quality. I ordered something 10 pound more expensive but 10 times better quality.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Well packed and exactly as described. Bought to use in our caravan - we have the bigger one in the house. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Valerie Vowles