Making perfect French Press coffee
I can teach you how to make the perfect batch (approximately two to four cups) of French Press Coffee with this classic process from the late 1920's that takes less than five minutes. Learn all of the necessary factors including the most appropriate grind for beans, the brewing process - along with my *fail-safe* time for steeping - and how to keep rogue grounds from ending up in your cup. Also, if you don't already have a French Press device or dedicated coffee beans on hand, I can suggest some products that I've grown fond of throughout my time in making coffee using this method.
Aside from the French Press, I've also used Percolators and drip machines. Personally, I've found this and drip methods to be the most reliable, but French-Press-made coffee always serves to let me show off my real cuppa-joe-capabilities to others. If you're not already familiar with what a cup of coffee made with the French Press tastes like, I can guarantee that you'll be impressed.
Training & Qualifications
I've been making coffee this way nearly every single morning for the past two years. By using the same steps consistently each time, my coffee always turns out the way I want it. Although I still like going into coffee shops every once in a while, making coffee at home with a French Press has saved me an enormous amount of driving time and money. I want to share that benefit with others on Simbi.
Availability & Preferences
Weekdays and weekends, especially in the mornings and afternoons.