3 Cup French Press

The old reliable, everyone knows these things. Also known as a cafetiere, a plunger or “the yoke that you press down”. This brewing method immerses the beans in water for 4-5 minutes in order to extract the beautiful, consistent flavours from our beans (cheeky plug).

Have a look at our brewing guide, simple never has been simpler!

  • Shatter Proof
  • Color Black
  • Capacity 0.350 L
  • Width (cm) 13.2
  • Height (cm) 19.5
  • Depth (cm) 7.5
  • EAN 727015248523
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The typical BODUM Press Filter System: for a full-bodied aromatic coffee.
• The frame’s chrome-plated legs protect the surface from heat damage.
• The chrome-plated stainless steel frame gives the glass jug extra protection.
• Pot made of taste-neutral and heat-resistant borosilicate glass, with plastic handle and lid for safe handling.
• Environmentally friendly, as no paper filters or plastic capsules are needed.
• Made in Europe
The CAFFETTIERA coffee maker is not only in classical style, it also brings the best aroma out of your coffee and leaves hardly any residue in your cup! Simply add coarsely ground coffee powder and hot water, wait 4 minutes and then slowly push down the plunger – done.


Check out its big brother, the 8 Cup French Press!

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Take a look at our blog post on brewing with the French Press!

Brew Guides

What you need:
3 cup French Press brewer
17g (2 ½ Tablespoons) of fresh coffee
Hot water just off the boil (about 96°C)
Wooden spoon or coffee paddle

Step 1: Warm up the press
Warm up your empty French Press by rinsing it with very hot water. This helps maintain the temperature while brewing for best extraction.

Step 2: Measure and grind
Measure out your coffee and grind it as coarse as breadcrumbs.

Step 3: Add Water
Now that your French Press is warmed up, discard the hot water and add coffee into the empty press. Start your count-up timer as soon as you add hot water. Fill it up halfway to the top saturating all the grounds, making sure that there are no dry spots.

Step 4: Stir
At 1:00, use a wooden spoon or spatula to break the top layer we call the crust. We prefer to use wood and not metal so you don’t accidentally crack the glass. Give it a good stir.

Step 5: Add more water
Now, fill it all the way to the top with water. Put the top on and allow the coffee to brew without pressing it down.

Step 6: Press
At 4:00, you are ready to press. Firmly push the press all the way down.


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