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If you are a coffee lover, you should know about the French press coffee making style. When you follow every rule – just press the button – you’ll get an earthy, rich taste with a bit of bitterness. However, it can become hell on earth to choose a French press because all the pots are so alike. Recently, cnet posted their list of the best French presses. We trust them and want to share the list with you.

Brian Benett, who wrote the article for cnet, states that he has personally tried all these models. Perhaps he has sacrificed his normal and healthy sleep while drinking gallons of coffee of different kinds to arrange the list 🙂

Bodum Chambord French Press

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The Bodum Charmond is dedicated to the classic machine and hasn’t switched to a modern style since it was designed in the 1950s. The look doesn’t influence the taste. This model brews coffee with a strong, rich taste and mixed aroma. There are different color variations so you can choose which one better matches to your kitchen.

Bodum Brazil French Press

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This model costs only $20, but it doesn’t mean you’ll get bad coffee in the end. No, it means the company changed the body material from steel to plastic. There’s no paper filter in it, but a mesh filter that allows coffee to be delivered directly to the cup. The patented safety lid will prevent you from spilling coffee on yourself while you press it, too. The taste is pleasing in the outcome, it’s strong and well balanced.

Veken French Press

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Veken has prepared a whole kit together with its French press. It’s the best deal for those who will use all those tools, because nobody can offer such a variety of instruments. In the box you’ll get: a French press, a fancy wooden mixing spoon, a cleaning wand, and a battery-powered milk frother for making home cappuccinos.

The Veken French press is made of borosilicate glass which means you won’t hear a scratchy glass noise when you push the plunger down. Most importantly, the Veken brews outstandingly delicious cups of French press coffee.

Frieling French Press

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It looks like a SpaceX rocket compared to the others on the list. The Frieling French Press is the most expensive model, it’s a double-wall 18/10 stainless-steel French press. It keeps coffee hot 4 times longer than standard glass. Frieling brews a strong but well-flavored coffee.

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