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French Press be cheap yo
I think you're thinking of those one coffee machines from Italy that cost like $10k and use a stone grinder to grind the beans before brewing.
I'm very lackluster when it comes to all that measure meant jazz. So basically, how many grams of coffee should I use for this sized French press?
Do you mind helping me with beginning to use a french press? This seems as good of place as any.
I just had a 1L goose neck electric kettle delivered today (best for pour-over... i know). Since I want to make enough coffee to last me through the day (probably 1 liter or 4 8oz cups of coffee tbh), I want to use a french press. Does that mean I want to buy a 1 liter french press like this? That means I should also buy a coffee grinder, yeah? For now, I'm thinking of using a manual grinder, but I'm not sure how big of one to buy since I don't want to have to do multiple grinds for each french press. I'm reading for a 8 cup french press (4 actual 8 oz cups I'd assume - this whole 1 cup = 4 oz coffee thing is weird), I'd need ~54 grams of coffee grounds. That seems like a big manual grinder. Do I basically have to invest in a nice electric grinder? Should I start by slumming it with bags of coffee beans I can ground at the grocery store?
So many questions! Sorry for the mess :/