- Enhances coffee’s natural robust flavors
- Portable, elegant, and quiet
- Ecologically friendly (no filters needed)
- Versatile for both coffee and tea
- 4 cup capacity
- Size/Weight: W 6” / D 4” / H 8” / 32 oz.
- High quality heat-resistant Borosilicate Glassware
- Reusable stainless steel filter and olive wood
- Warranty: Warranted against manufacturer defects
The Hario French Press offers a full-bodied coffee experience. The glass and stainless steel materials do not interfere with the taste of your brew, letting you enjoy the individuality and richness of Upgraded Coffee. The stainless steel mesh filter is not only ecologically friendly, but it also allows the naturally occurring coffee oils to seep into your cup of coffee.
The carefully crafted olive wood design creates an atmosphere of luxury and relaxation for your home brewing system. The removable wood handle and stainless steel press makes cleaning simple and easy. Bottom glass body is dishwasher safe.
Crafted in Japan since 1921, Hario coffee tools are widely recognized for their quality and innovation. Hario in Japanese means “The King of Glass”, and they manufacture glassware of the highest quality.
Learn how to make a delicious cup of Upgraded Coffee using the Hario French Press.
- Grind Upgraded Coffee beans on the coarsest setting, resulting in evenly-sized, rough and coarse ground.
- Pour the grounds into the French press.
- Heat the water to boiling. Ideally, the water should be heated to 195°F.
- Add the water to the French press.
- Using a long spoon, stir the brew, using an up and down motion.
- Steep for 4 minutes to produce a robust brew. Tweak the timing to find your perfect personal cup.
- Plunge the French press all the way to the bottom after the 4 minute brew.
1. Is there a warranty if I break/lose parts? Hario extends a 1-year limited warranty from date of purchase against manufacturer defects. If you have a warranty claim, please contact email@example.com.
2. What is the glass? High quality heat-resistant Borosilicate Glassware.
3. Where is this product manufactured? Crafted in Japan, Made in China.
4. What should I use to grind the beans when using a French press? Grind Upgraded Coffee beans on the coarsest setting, resulting in evenly-sized, rough and coarse ground. Using a burr grinder, like the Baratza Encore Grinder, will result in the most ideal coffee grinds for a French press.
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