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French Press Cafetiere | M&W 350ml £12.14 Delivered using code (new account) @ Roov
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French Press Cafetiere | M&W 350ml £12.14 Delivered using code (new account) @ Roov

£12.14£14.9919%Roov Deals
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Posted 7th Apr

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Make delicious fresh coffee with this cafetiere, if you love full-bodied, taste-filled coffee this is definitely for you. The Maison & White french press can be used to make a variety of different coffees; latte, cappuccino, and Americano. Made from high quality polished stainless steel the cafetiere is remarkably durable and the double walled design keeps your coffee warm without making the outside and handles hot.

Scoop in your choice of ground coffee and add freshly boiled water, after around 4 minutes (depending on your chosen coffee) it will be brewed and ready to filter. Slowly push the plunger to sieve out any coffee grounds and pour your coffee. Sit back, relax and enjoy your rich, full-bodied coffee.

Features:

  • Perfect size for commercial, home or office use.
  • Made from high-grade stainless steel, highly durable and dishwasher safe.
  • Double walled insulated design keeps your coffee warm for up to 2 hours - perfect for entertaining guests.
  • Includes 3 extra coffee filters, 2 coffee spoons and a bag clip combination allowing you to measure your coffee grounds and keep your bag of coffee airtight
Specifications:

  • Made from durable stainless steel
  • Dishwasher safe
  • In the box: 1x cafetiere, 3x coffee filters, 2x Stainless steel spoons & 1 x bag scoop clip
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Ordered & Added heat Thanks for sharing.
Not as good as a glass one because the coffee has a metallic taste, unsurprisingly. We had one at an hotel and asked for a glass one instead. Looks nice.
Do you have a glass kettle ?
Jaspr07/04/2020 13:56

Do you have a glass kettle ?


What about a Italian coffee maker?
Been using a metal one for years, absolutely no difference in taste but a lot more resilient to damage.
It now says the £14.99 is down to £11.49 when you click the link, with the 20% off this would surely be even less?
stox07/04/2020 14:31

Been using a metal one for years, absolutely no difference in taste but a …Been using a metal one for years, absolutely no difference in taste but a lot more resilient to damage.


Me too. And I never have to change the filter either!
Mikeonfreeserve07/04/2020 13:42

Not as good as a glass one because the coffee has a metallic taste, …Not as good as a glass one because the coffee has a metallic taste, unsurprisingly. We had one at an hotel and asked for a glass one instead. Looks nice.


I’ve not experienced this with mine, and I’ve had both....
12% TCB too
I use something very similar as my milk frothing jug on my bean to cup machine, as I was looking for a thinner, but taller jug.
Would have bought this but I'm after a decaf version.
Is this size enough for 2 cups of coffee or will I need to go up to the next size?
justonemore07/04/2020 15:14

Is this size enough for 2 cups of coffee or will I need to go up to the …Is this size enough for 2 cups of coffee or will I need to go up to the next size?


350ml = approx 1.5 cups, I think. The next size up (1000ml) = approx 4 cups. Well, according to Google.
I was planning to get an Aeropress, now I'm thinking if I should get this instead.
wingz07/04/2020 15:17

I was planning to get an Aeropress, now I'm thinking if I should get this …I was planning to get an Aeropress, now I'm thinking if I should get this instead.


You end up with completely different coffee.
The coffee stews in these and the grinds always find a way to get through the mess.
An aeropress on the other hand only has around 30 seconds brewing and the paper filters stop all the grounds.

The only real reasons to get the a cafeteria over an aeropress is to use less coffee grinds or for having multiple cups of coffee. Due to the size this fails on the later.
Jaspr07/04/2020 13:56

Do you have a glass kettle ?


No, plastic because it is silly to heat metal unnecessarily.
joedastudd07/04/2020 16:19

You end up with completely different coffee.The coffee stews in these and …You end up with completely different coffee.The coffee stews in these and the grinds always find a way to get through the mess.An aeropress on the other hand only has around 30 seconds brewing and the paper filters stop all the grounds.The only real reasons to get the a cafeteria over an aeropress is to use less coffee grinds or for having multiple cups of coffee. Due to the size this fails on the later.


I'll stick to the Aeropress, seems to be the best/value for making great coffee. thanks
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