The French Press has been a favorite coffee brewer since 1929, and remains popular due to its ease of use and heavier cup profile.
WHAT YOU NEED
Spoon or mixing device
Bring water to a boil in your kettle, about 800 g for a 32-oz press.
Weigh out 62 g of coffee, about 9 tablespoons.
Grind coffee on a course setting.
Add coffee to the bottom of the empty french press and pour about 800 g of water on the grounds.
Carefully pour 800 g of water over the grounds, filling the French Press to just below the bottom of the pouring spout. Let stand for one minute, allowing the coffee to absorb the water. Give a quick, gentle stir to evenly immerse the grounds into the brew. Cover the French Press.
Let the coffee steep for 4 minutes, then gently and slowly, push the plunger down, pushing the coffee grounds to the bottom of the French Press.