Monday, June 8, 2015

#LakeHouse FP Coffee Maker™ French Press w/ Plastic Frame Review

By now, you all know how much I love my coffee! I have used every brewing method on earth, I think, 
except the elusive and mysterious French Press. 

Nope, I never had one.  When the opportunity to try a French Press came my way, I was beside myself. 

A French Press operates on a plunger system: gravity and gentle force presses the grounds through a filter and creates a beautifully brewed coffee.  It's simple and simply amazing.

The French Press can also press tea leaves for superb brewed teas. 

Multi-functional: I love it!

The French Press from Lakehouse Products is, in itself, a lovely thing.  Glass carafe, bold plastic frame, and metal mesh filter are designed to bring out the best flavour of your ground coffee.  It will hold 32 ounces of fresh brewed coffee.  

 I am absolutely crazy about the design of the French Press.  Classic, stylish, and smart.  I can close my eyes and see F. Scott Fitzgerald and Ernest Hemmingway drinking coffee at a small cafe on the Left Bank.  I can smell the coffee and hot croissants.

I appreciate quality.  The French Press from Lakehouse is well-made and, with proper care, will last a very long time.

A coffee press designed with you in mind:
The French Press Coffee Maker w/ Glass Carafe and Sturdy Plastic Frame by FP Coffee Maker is exactly what you need in a coffee press, from consistently delicious, ground-free coffee to well-made, reliable parts. Not only are our products built to last, they are designed with style and elegance.
Quality you can see and feel

This French press is a classy addition to any kitchen - quality craftsmanship with a simple, modern design. 
- Heavy-duty borosilicate glass carafe fits firmly in the durable plastic frame 
- Metal mesh filter delivers flavorful coffee while keeping the grounds out of your cup 
- Sturdy plastic lid, frame and handle 
- Clean-up is a snap - you can quickly rinse the filter clean or easily disassemble it to go in the dishwasher 
- Comes with simple instructions for use and care

How much is a cup?

In coffee lingo, a "cup" is often just 4 ounces. Other brands may mislead you with "8-cup" capacity claims without explaining that means just 4 ounces per cup. Our French press delivers 32 ounces of smooth, delicious coffee (the carafe can hold 34 ounces, but the filter and coffee grounds take up some room). So, how much is a cup? It depends on the size of your mug! 

You can purchase the Lakehouse French Press on

I received the Lakehouse French Press for the purpose of review. I received no monetary compensation. The opinions expressed herein are my own and based on my own use of and experience with the item.

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