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- 01-03-2012 04:36 PM #1
Recommended Water Temperature for your Coffee Press
Often overlooked, but a very important fact is to not KILL the flavour of your grinds with boiling HOT water!
Instead, let your water cool off first; if boiled, to an acceptable 80c then pour over your - use a cooking thermometer to gauge! You'll find your coffee more flavoursome if you maintain your water temperature as stated!
- 01-03-2012 04:36 PM # ADS
- 01-03-2012 10:56 PM #2
I have been wondering about the temperatures at higher altitudes. From my experiences at sea level and such for French Press you typically get the water just before boil for the best press however, my home town is in Denver, CO and loving French Press coffee and understanding that water boils at a different temperature at the higher elevations. Is it then still 80c irregardless?
- 01-04-2012 06:31 PM #3
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- 03-28-2012 08:21 AM #4
Welcome to the Coffee Forum website!
That's an interesting question.
The temperature where your water boils shouldn't matter much. Once you get it to boil, you still need to let it rest a bit (10-20 seconds) before pouring it into the coffee grounds in the French Press. The water temperature, the room temperature, and the temperature of the preheated French Press are all some of the factors to consider when making coffee in a French Press.
As with most things, you may need to experiment with it to get your coffee to come out the way you want.
- 04-20-2012 09:02 AM #5
very intersting to read since i just bought my own french press
- 01-17-2013 05:24 PM #6
Anyway, I have used the press (for k-Cups) at various degrees as I use my microwave to heat the water from hot to boiling and I have notice no difference in taste whatsoever.
I will use a thermometer to reach 80c (176f) [I do prefer my drink to hover around the 190f (87c) but for the sake of science, research and a reason to drink coffee, I will comply]. The MyCoffeePress will make this possible and give me a valid reason for drinking several cups of coffee in a row (HAHA)
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- 01-17-2013 07:39 PM #7
very interesting.... But i never really liked to use Kcups...
- 01-17-2013 08:25 PM #8
You post is interesting to me CJ as I was a virgin to K-Cups about 3 - 4 months ago and fell for the convience of the prep time. From what I am seeing so far, I will spend a lot more money for that convience.
- 01-18-2013 08:52 AM #9
You will spend more money and get less taste from the k-cups, imo.
- 01-18-2013 06:02 PM #10
I do believe that eldub and I think I will maily use MyPress for on the road or in a pinch.
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