one way valve french press coffee pot

15 Sep 2017

The benefits of using French press coffee pot brew coffee, do you know? one way valve tells you that the benefit of making coffee with this coffee pot is that it can make coffee contain more caffeone, kahweol and high cholesterol-related oils. These chemical ingredients are good and bad, the advantage is that it can prevent hepatitis, the disadvantage is that the impact of human health.

The first French coffee pot was around 1800. In 1840, the first glass coffee pot appeared. In March 1852, French coffee pot have emerged. A French metalworking mechanic and a businessman made a joint patent for "filtering coffee in a piston way". The patent is a piece of lug with a mesh, two layers of flannel in the middle of the foil, into the cylindrical container with a handle. But despite the patent, in 1920, a Milan factory for the French invention of a version of the patent application, in 1935 to improve the equipment.

By the 1950s, this design spread in Europe. After a period of time, United States began to use the French press pot to make coffee.

Using this coffee pot to cook coffee, the advantage is that coffee will be more mellow, the shortcomings are boiled coffee sometimes may be more turbid. Even so, but the French filter coffee pot is still one of the favorite coffee brewing equipment.

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Originally published 15 Sep 2017, updated 15 Sep 2017.

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