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Coffee/Tea Press Pot, Stainless, 12 oz.

Coffee/Tea Press Pot, Stainless, 12 oz.

$13.48

Made of 18/8 polished stainless steel. Gift boxed. Feature PYREX heat resistant glass. Not for stove-top use. Replacement glass available. 12 oz. 7... [Read more]

Wal-Mart.com USA, LLC

Primula 6 Cup Tempo Coffee Press - Black

Primula 6 Cup Tempo Coffee Press - Black

$11.79

Find Coffee and Espresso Makers at Target.com! Primula's modern design French press. Consists of a narrow cylindrical glass jug, equipped with a li... [Read more]

Target

Primula Classic 8-Cup Coffee Press

Primula Classic 8-Cup Coffee Press

$29.99  $19.99

Primula Classic 8-Cup Coffee Press Home - Kitchen Kitchen Categories - Coffee, Tea & Espresso [Read more]

Macys.com

Primula Classic Coffee Press - Red, Glass

Primula Classic Coffee Press - Red, Glass

$19.99

Find Coffee and Espresso Makers at Target.com! Primula's 8 cup Classic Coffee Press delivers a rich, elegant, satisfying cup of coffee. Sophisticat... [Read more]

Target

Primula 6-Cup Tempo Coffee Press - Red, Glass

Primula 6-Cup Tempo Coffee Press - Red, Glass

$10.99

Find Coffee and Espresso Makers at Target.com! Primula's modern design French press. Consists of a narrow cylindrical glass jug, equipped with a li... [Read more]

Target

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The Grind about Coffee Grinders

Most commercially available coffee grinders adjust to a wide variety of grind settings.
  • The finest grind produces a powder which can be mixed directly with hot water, the method for making Turkish coffee.
  • A rapid grinder is more likely to change the taste of the coffee since the process generates heat. If this is a concern, use a manual grinder.
  • For espresso, a very fine grind is preferable, but don't turn it into powder. Work rapidly to avoid heat buildup.
  • For a percolating coffee pot, coarse grinds will be more than acceptable. Give the grinder a frequent shake to keep the bean pieces in contact with the blade or burr.
  • Experiment with grinder settings and try to imitate the look and feel of your favorite commercial coffee brand. Rub a pinch of the commercial between thumb and forefinger, then test your own results. With a bit of practice and grinder adjustment, you'll do fine.
  • A burr mill will produce more consistent results and is more easily adjusted.
  • Although most burr mills and other grinders can be disassembled and cleaned, some residual taste is likely. Don't use your coffee mill to grind spices or vice versa!