30 August, 2015

#CafeArtiste Deluxe French Press 8 Cup #Coffee Maker #Review

     When it comes to coffee, I'm pretty easy to please.  As long as it's not burnt, not dark roast and has at least some creamer and sugar, I'm satisfied.  Usually I just get something at Dunkin Donuts.  I used to make it at home.  I have a 12 cup coffee maker, a single cup brewing system, and even some instant tea bag style coffee bags.  None are my preferred method.  The 12 cup is WAY too much for me.  The single cup isn't enough for a one of my cups without brewing a second cup.  It's also a pain in the butt to clean the filter.  And the instant is just not super good.  I'll take it, cause I'm not super picky, but only if necessary.
      I've seen French Press coffee makers before and in my mind, I equated them to the frothy espresso machines at high end coffee shops.  I didn't dare touch them.  But not too long ago, a friend made me a cup with her French Press and I saw that it didn't tale long and the coffee was good.  So when I had the chance to have one of my own, I was super excited.
     I got a Cafe Artiste French Press 8 Cup Coffee Maker.  It came with a scoop and a small instruction accordion booklet.  The instructions were pretty straight forward.  Mix X amount of coffee and X amount of very hot water into the carafe and brew four minutes.  Then slowly and evenly press the strainer down and enjoy!  There was more to to than that, but you get the idea.
     I feel like this coffee maker is very well made.  The glass carafe is supported and surrounded by a decorative metal piece that holds and protects it.  The handle and knob are bot coated for a soft non-slip feel.  The strainer doesn't let any grounds into the coffee.  The whole thing is just great.
     It takes far less space on my counter than both coffee makers that I currently own and looks beautiful as well.  Overall, I am extremely happy with this coffee maker and I wonder why I let myself be intimidated by it for so long.  It's going to completely change my whole morning!
     How do you make your coffee?
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