French press ( English french press - "French press") - a device for brewing drinks - coffee and coffee drinks. As a teapot for tea, it was later used by unaware workers of public catering.
- 1 History
- 2 Making coffee
- 3 See also
- 4 notes
- 5 Literature
The French press was patented by Italian designer Attilio Kalimani in 1929. After World War II, it became widespread in Europe  .
The preparation of coffee is based on the immersion brewing method, which includes the complete immersion of the ground coffee in water, infusion and subsequent filtration of the finished drink.
The French press flask is heated by rinsing it with hot water. Ground coffee of medium-coarse grinding is poured into the flask, poured with water (temperature 92–96 ° C) and mixed. The French press is covered with a filter cover, which is in the raised position. After 3-5 minutes of infusion, the filter is lowered down, thereby sifting out coffee particles; then the drink is poured into cups.
|Grinding||Medium  , Large |
|Proportion||15-20 g of coffee per 330-350 ml of water |
|Water temperature||92–96 ° C |
|Brewing time||3-5 minutes |
- Coffee pot
- Denisov, Tsyro, 2014 .
- Stevenson, 2017 .
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- Coffee: recipes, cocktails, tips, workshops / Comp. Denisov D.I., Tsyro S.V .. - M .: Restaurant sheets, 2014. - S. 65-66. - 176 p.