Simple Coffee

We got rid of three coffee makers, including a Keruig, and we now have two. A Melitta black plastic pour over, and a French press.

In the past I have broken at least three glass presses, and they have a tendency to cool the coffee too quickly anyway. I started thinking that since those are known issues somebody has come up with a solution. They have.  Double-walled stainless steal French presses.

Picture of Insulated Stainless Steel French Press
Double-walled Stainless Steel French Press

For now I am keeping the Melitta since it takes up practically no room, but we have been using the French press exclusively. We gained a lot of counter space in our small kitchen, and it saves on electricity.

After I turn off the burner, I put the press down where I boiled the water to keep it hot as it seeps. I wonder if I could just boil the water in the press itself with the filter/plunger out? I don’t see why not unless it would not hold up to the heat for some reason.

These come in various sizes, from different manufacturers.

I am very satisfied with this, and do not miss the Keruig at all.  We had long ago gone to the reusable basket anyway because the cups were so expensive.

I really enjoy finding ways to simplify my life.  So far, every single step of the way has not only made things simpler, it has also made them better.

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One thought on “Simple Coffee

  1. HI, Michael. Thanks for stopping by again and commenting. Always appreciated. I am an old coffee drinker. Actually, I went the opposite way from you, I got into the French press back in the late 70’s when I lived in London and traveled in France. I also did the beautiful glass pot that boils water whose name escapes my old brain right now. But, it got some kind of design award. I used to love the look of it on my stove. Now, I am a Keurig guy, simply because it is so incredibly convenient. You are right though. It is very expensive. Have a great day!

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