Monday, March 2, 2015

Francois et Mimi 50oz Glass French Press makes an elegant cup of coffee...or two #GlassFrenchPress

If you have ever spent some time in Europe you might already be familiar with a French Press.  It makes a wonderful cup of coffee....or even tea. This is a large sized French Press.  Francois et Mimi have several options to suit your needs so you can take a peek on Amazon and see. I personally love a larger size because you can always put the extra coffee in the refrigerator for a nice cup of iced coffee in the afternoon.  

This elegant French Press brews several large mugs of coffee even if you use those big ole coffee house mugs like I do. The Glass Carafe is made of durable, heat-resistant borosilicate glass. It is very easy to use too.  You can brew a delicious cup of coffee in just a few minutes. It is very easy to clean takes a few seconds to just rinse it in the sink or place it in the dishwasher. I like to use the top rack.  

If you are seeking a more eco--friendly option, this Francois et Mimi Glass French Press is a reusable coffee device that only requires coffee grinds and hot water to use. Go green and say goodbye to paper filters and those endless plastic K-Cups. It makes fresh coffee every time with the special micro-mesh filter.  I feel so sophisticated when I use it each day too.  I had some friends over for coffee this past week and all the ladies commented on my elegant French Press. I love using it!

Features of the Francois et Mimi French Press:

  • Elegant Chrome Finish
  • Holds 1500ml, or 50oz
  • Dishwasher Safe
  • Micro-Mesh Filter
  • Works great with coarse-ground coffee or tea leaves

You can pick up this Glass French Press coffeemaker on Amazon for easy shopping anytime. 

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