Comparison: French Presses
With so many French Presses to choose from, which one do you choose! Well, we decided to help you out and compare three of the most popular French Presses out there!
In our three way comparison we took a closer look at the Hario Olive Wood Double Walled French Press, the Frieling Insulated Stainless Steel French Press and the Bodum Brazil French Press. So let's jump right into it!
The Hario French Press has a great look to it. It reminded us of the classic Chemex, with it's glass and wood design. The double wall will help keep your coffee hotter, longer. However, we don't recommend leaving your coffee grounds in contact with your brewed coffee for any extended period of time as it will result in over extracted coffee. The Hario brews up 400ml of coffee.
If you like stainless steel, then the Frieling might be your choice out of these French Presses. The Frieling comes in multiple sizes, from an 8 ounce pot all the way up to a 44 ounce pot. You know, for a crowd!
The Bodum French Press is the best press if you are on a budget. It is not double walled, like the other two French Presses in this line up, but it still brews up a mighty fine cup of coffee. The handle for this French Press is easy andcomfortable to grab. Be sure to check out the 4 color options as well!