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Kitchen Supreme French Press Bundle Review

Kitchen Supreme French Press BundleKitchen Supreme French Press Bundle Review
Gifted by: Kitchen Supreme
Reviewed by Arielle Matlin, editor,


The Kitchen Supreme French Press Bundle includes everything you need to make the perfect cup of coffee. You can use the glass French press to make coffee, espresso, or tea. The bundle includes the French press, a stirring spoon, a scoop, four extra filters, and instructions.


The French press is a double borosilicate glass model that looks refined sitting on the kitchen countertop. This special glass keeps the press from cracking or breaking due to hot temperatures. The rest of the press is made from high-quality stainless steel, including the plunger, frame, and filters. It can make up to 4 large or 8 small cups of coffee.


There is nothing like a good cup of freshly pressed coffee. The concept is simple; steep the coffee with hot water and plunge a filter down when fully brewed. Simple is better in this case. The coffee comes out just right after about 4-5 minutes of steeping. The filter will handle any of the smaller grounds, but you can add a second or third filter to make sure finely ground beans don't pass through.


The press is designed with coffee is mind, but it works wonderfully for other beverages and uses. You can steep your favorite loose leaf teas with the same process as brewing the coffee. You can even use the press to make different nut milks and fruit infusions. 

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