Our local roaster uses a pour over thingy. French Press when I'm in a rush. I have this stainless french press and it's great. It's an interesting concept, but man that site is cringeworthy.. [–]MinervaDreamingPour-Over 5 points6 points7 points 5 years ago (5 children). Check out the Espro Press as well. With pour over coffee, you’re going to be right in the middle. Pour over coffee has been embraced by the specialty coffee scene in recent years and there is much discussion about the best techniques and tools to use. This is a large French press that holds 34 ounces, so you can make coffee (or tea!) I like the press at work because I can toss the grounds in the trash, give it a wash and be done. The beehouse is the only one I use every day. Pour Over any day. Now I'm $100 in. You are pouring the water over slowly, but not as slowly as say, an espresso maker. I'll post you a link to the mesh filters. But also have had a couple pour overs from local shops. To us, the world of coffee is more complex than just a tasty caffeinated beverage to get you going. Both are great brewing methods. About the Author: Bean Head. I’m very excited to know about that, not to sound childish, but that’s like Xmas to me . Looking at the overall process, the French Press is an easier method when compared to pour-over. $20 for a V60 is WAY cheaper than a decent drip machine or a Keurig. Our "self-promotion" rules. I'm not a fan of metal filters. "[Gear][Video] How to install the PID mod on a Rancilio Silvia" - We know they can be kind of ugly but the are helpful we swear. by Anah November 4, 2020. I am biased though, I much prefer pour over. true dat. The best French press is the Bodum Chambord. https://www.amazon.com/Hario-Pour-Over-Coffee-Starter/dp/B002BA2J06/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=v60+plastic&qid=1599099162&s=home-garden&sr=1-2, https://www.amazon.com/Thermometer-Gooseneck-Anti-Rust-Induction-Stovetops/dp/B0837JGLQS/ref=sr_1_11?dchild=1&keywords=goose+kettle&qid=1599099919&s=home-garden&sr=1-11, [–]Hifi_Hokie 1 point2 points3 points 3 months ago (0 children), [–]Aldama 3 points4 points5 points 3 months ago (5 children), [–]WeirdCoffeeAustrian 2 points3 points4 points 3 months ago (4 children), You could then use a metal mesh filter for pour over, then you keep the oils and can still make a sharp and clean cup with the characteristics of pour over with a bit more mouth feel, [–]Aldama 0 points1 point2 points 3 months ago (3 children). The Chemex uses a much thicker, multi-fold filter that absorbs more oils. Compared with pour over, French press coffee is a lot more gritty and oily and it feels like it hits harder (flavor, not caffeine). My roommate has a little Jura blade grinder. I actually enjoy both! Have recently gone down a bit of a rabbit hole and now own 2 chemexs and 1 V60. I don't get out of bed for a cup of coffee. In short, be nice, respect this community and its members, don't try to sell or promote stuff, and be aware comments and submissions are both curated content within this space. [History] - Got some fun facts or details coffees history? Other finalists we tested 8. ...Just in case you're more into pictures of etched or free-pour latte art or that oh-so-beautiful, monstrous Slayer espresso machine pouring a luscious shot through a bottomless portafilter. the word "bright" is often used to describe it. [History] - Got some fun facts or details coffees history? French press – simple brewing for larger batches Image: Good Housekeeping. [–]Fact_checking_cuz 0 points1 point2 points 5 years ago (0 children). [Deals] - Please include cost, shipping and the website in the title. I love the ritual of the pour. Its a place to learn, share, and make new friends. We run weekly special threads, listed below. We also offer /r/cafe as our more casual & fun sister community. "[Gear][Video] How to install the PID mod on a Rancilio Silvia" - We know they can be kind of ugly but the are helpful we swear. The Best Cold-Brew Coffee Maker You can even use a variety of filters! Those are my opinions for what they're worth. $50 later we got a Melitta drip machine. After making and tasting over 40 cups of coffee in six French presses, we think the Bodum Chambord is the best press for most people. [–]LittlePurplePig[S] 0 points1 point2 points 3 months ago (2 children). [–]chunkiex3Pour-Over 1 point2 points3 points 5 years ago (1 child). [–]lowery007 0 points1 point2 points 3 months ago (0 children), I’m a fan of a chemex. Pour over is slightly easier to clean because all you have to do is toss the used filter/grounds in the trash. As others have mentioned, I wouldn't worry about a paper filter absorbing too much of the coffee oils. French Press vs Pour Over. [Video] - Does your post include a video? [Beans] or [Roaster] - Posts about a specific coffee varietal, coffee roaster or origin. How we selected finalists to test 2. I don't think you need to worry so much about the oils being absorbed by paper filters, but if you are then you could always go the way of the Kone filter. It does make a difference, but less so compared to a cloudy cup made by a french press. [Video] - Does your post include a video? But the filter method … [–]OvaryActingJesusPour-Over 1 point2 points3 points 5 years ago (2 children). Punx up. you'll be going into quite the rabbit hole. Good thing I’m not a barista anymore either, FFS those morning dial-ins felt like asking for a heart attack. You can do it. And I absolutely love my ceramic pour over device, I use that when I'm simply feeling fancy. If I had to buy a new french press, I would go for an Espro Press. Pour Over has been hell of a drug for me, you'll be going into quite the rabbit hole. I have recently discovered the joy of French press. [–]_Invisible-Child_ 0 points1 point2 points 3 months ago (0 children), i like both. So, What Wins the Pour Over vs… Welcome to /r/coffee! I really want one of those kettles but they are serious $$$. Ask him about it and he recommends the V60. That being said, if you drink commercial grade coffee or you don't want to spend money on a gooseneck kettle, you're not really interested in working on your pouring technique, or buying paper filters, you might be better off with a French Press. So, there are lots of way to make pour over coffee. Its a place to learn, share, and make new friends. I've had mine for a full year now, and it gets a lot of use on the weekends. [Question] - For questions about anything coffee related. [Question] - For questions about anything coffee related. Single origin coffee, as a product, gained recognition in 1999 when George Howell founded the Cup of Excellence.Dubbed the “Oscars” of the coffee world, this competition pinpointed its focus on the specific farm — rather than regions or countries — in crowning the year’s best beans. The large handle and lid knob are designed to stay cool, even when the coffee is piping hot, so you can pour safely. When I first starting the french press, I became fixated on it for a good 2 years. [–]Affectionate_Ad_1746 0 points1 point2 points 3 months ago (3 children). But in the contest between the French press vs. Pour Over machines, the true winner is you. Mods, purchasing, new products, storage containers, etc. I’ll do the occasional aero press if I only want one cup. I love everything about it. If you enjoy the brighter, fruitier notes of coffee then I would recommend going pourover. The majority of coffee shops use a pour over press, but a French press might be easier at home since it is portable, easy to use, and also easy to clean. The Hario v60 has a metal filter you can buy for it, actually. General rules in Reddit's format French press can be very rich and full bodied, which is nice sometimes, but every now and then I'll get a particularly sour cup. An isolated chamber stops extraction on a dime. In one way the Aeropress and French Press are very similar. [–]koreaismeme 0 points1 point2 points 3 months ago (0 children). $80 later I bought a Bonavita Variable Temp kettle. [–]Kalithos 0 points1 point2 points 5 years ago (1 child). In a machine, it does the slow dripping of water over coffee (the of a classic American Mr Coffee machine). submitted 3 months ago by LittlePurplePig, [–]quiltmaster1 41 points42 points43 points 3 months ago (0 children), [–]Sugarlips_Habasi 4 points5 points6 points 3 months ago (0 children). [–]basura-bella 5 points6 points7 points 3 months ago (6 children). Oh how I wish someone had told me that 2 or 3 months ago. Or maybe you heard a great coffee joke, bought an awesome new coffee mug or found a mysterious can of crazy looking foreign coffee in your grandfather's basement. However, this is offset in that French Press coffee typically has more texture to it. Both, depends on my mood and beans. Aeropress I use more often than the others, French Press is … It's our fun place. Much love and love your username. A bit of a pain to upkeep, but otherwise makes a fantastically aromatic brew. I started out in higher-quality coffe with french press, but everything about pourover is just ridiculously attractive to me. I have just about every device for making coffee that there is, but I really only use 3 - French press at work, chemex at home, and aero press for traveling (I also do espresso a few times a month, but it's fairly rare). I have a French press, Aeropress, moka pot, clever dripper, v60, and beehouse. Does cezve shape has impact to a coffee taste? By choosing either a French press or a Chemex, you’re already ahead because, unlike a drip coffee maker, Aeropress or Keurig, you’re able to have greater control over the factors that lead to the end result. The problem is that the design keeps it nice and hot, but also keeps extracting the coffee which can make it bitter. How's the pour over compare to a French press? I usually use the V60 as a default. Able Brewing Kone Coffee Filter for Chemex Coffee Maker - stainless st... [–]shabby47 2 points3 points4 points 5 years ago (0 children). [–]OvaryActingJesusPour-Over 1 point2 points3 points 5 years ago (0 children). I had to quit drinking alcohol to quit smoking. [–]masterisaac11189 0 points1 point2 points 5 years ago (0 children). Please include tags based on your posts content prior to the Title, e.g. It's a place to ask questions about how to make your daily cup just a little bit better. They big difference for me is volume. I have a French press, Aeropress, moka pot, clever dripper, v60, and beehouse. Must be a well known company. It’s not just well-heeled gourmets and coffee snobs who use these types of coffee makers — these days you’ll find everyone from college students to busy professionals using French presses and pour over setups at home. Side bar... Just seen a stainless French press and I promptly geeked out on finding the perfect one. [–]MexicanCarbs 0 points1 point2 points 5 years ago (0 children). I have actually had to press it, pour the cups and then put the leftover in a separate container, clean the grounds from the pot and then pour the leftovers back into the press for "presentation". You lose some of the oils, but the V60 filter in particular is pretty thin so you get a cleaner cup without losing too much body. If /r/coffee is dry and stodgy and pretentious, /r/cafe is our break from that. For non-informative or non-depthy-discussion "coffee culture" posts, please check out /r/cafe. french press is easy and hard to mess up, while pour over is difficult to master. [Technique] - Brew technique / espresso technique. The bottom line Today was overcast and I did bust out the French press but only because I forgot to clean out my aeropress, [–]basura-bella 3 points4 points5 points 3 months ago (2 children). [–]Hifi_Hokie 4 points5 points6 points 3 months ago (0 children), [–]Antic_CA 8 points9 points10 points 3 months ago (6 children). Water can be heated over a campfire to pour into the press. Aeropress I use more often than the others, French Press is used the least. That's a great idea. Now I've got a $100 Encore (found a great deal on Amazon) and I'm pretty happy for now...but I keep eyeing that Lido 2 or 3...and a Chemex...and a Clever... And if we had a bigger kitchen I'd be looking at Espresso machines. ... Facebook Twitter Linkedin Reddit Tumblr Google+ Pinterest Vk Email. [Photo] - Does your post include a photo? We run weekly special threads, listed below. It’s really the only thing I’ve used in the past two years. I've recently decided to take non-espresso coffee seriously as well. What even is a "cup" (as a unit) of coffee? The kettle is expensive, but worth it ESPECIALLY if you are also a tea drinker. I have it as well and got it for $15 when JCPenney was discontinuing carrying Bodum products. I wasn't allowing that. [–]LittlePurplePig[S] 16 points17 points18 points 3 months ago (3 children), [–]typicalCoder 5 points6 points7 points 3 months ago (1 child), this is funny idk why people are downvoting lmao, [–]DarkMetroid567 1 point2 points3 points 3 months ago (0 children), ya it was a pretty innocently worded question, r/Coffee doing a great job proving it’s totally not snobbish, [–]sully42 0 points1 point2 points 3 months ago (0 children), [–]LittlePurplePig[S] 0 points1 point2 points 3 months ago (0 children), On a serious note, I've been getting into espresso and decided to make good coffee too. A French press requires 4 minute steep times, syphon requires full attention and care, a Hario V60 pourover can easily be underextracted brewed in 2.0-2.5 minutes. Detailed descriptions. :), [–]Aldama 0 points1 point2 points 3 months ago (1 child), [–]WeirdCoffeeAustrian 0 points1 point2 points 3 months ago (0 children), https://global.hario.com/pickup_DMD_m.html, That's the one from hario, but there are also options for the chemex, [–]carameow007Cortado 2 points3 points4 points 3 months ago (0 children). [Gear] - For equipment related posts. Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy. Now my wife still isn't happy with the pour over since it takes just as long as a French Press and she can't stand there and watch it with 2 kids running around and a third crying to nurse. Speaking of immersion brews, we come to the French press – the quintessential piece of kit for this brewing method. http://snowpeak.com/products/collapsible_pour_over-cs-113?variant=671115025, [–]chuckluckles 0 points1 point2 points 5 years ago (0 children). Pour over. Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy. [Technique] - Brew technique / espresso technique. I have this travel press that I jerry-rig with an aeropress filter so it has less of a grity sludgy feeling. The following tags should cover just about everything but feel free to make your own if one of the following doesn't work. Compare the best manual coffee grinders 3. The flavor is a lot more robust and rich. If you want to start channeling your inner barista, both are excellent additions to your kitchen. use the following search parameters to narrow your results: We're equal parts a passionate horde of amiable amateurs and the back room lounge of the coffee industry. For the specifics of how we tested and what to look for in a French press, read our full review. I was also happy to have our roaster pre-grind the coffee for French Press which would leave less gunk at the bottom of the cup but still didn't satisfy my wife. [–]basura-bella 4 points5 points6 points 3 months ago (0 children). submitted 5 years ago by stevethemighty84. Pour-over coffee has become quite popular, and this simple brewer makes it easy. Recorded the temperature of the brew water coming out of my Delonghi Distinta Espresso Machine as a little experiment. I won't be using a dripper anymore. Brewing Espresso requires special equipment and skill, hence why it is mostly made in cafes, whereas French Press coffee is easier to make at home. However, I've recently switched to the aero, and am learning to use the hario and I have to say I really really prefer that cleaner refined taste. It is nice but if you are making multiple cups for yourself it is a bit overkill. I found the 3 cup version at a thrift shop for $5 so I jumped on it. Coarse grind looks very similar to sea salt, so its size is just big enough not to get through the filter. [–]CarolinaKSU 1 point2 points3 points 5 years ago (0 children). [–]Affectionate_Ad_1746 0 points1 point2 points 3 months ago (0 children). I get out of bed for four cups of coffee. A plastic Hario V60 is nearly indestructible, it brews faster, offers a clean and balanced cup, and the flavor profile is just superior. REDDIT and the ALIEN Logo are registered trademarks of reddit inc. π Rendered by PID 10522 on r2-app-096589ee498c21690 at 2020-12-23 22:46:45.246414+00:00 running 6abf2be country code: NL. ... French Press Vs Pour Over Which One Is Better. © 2020 reddit inc. All rights reserved. If you’re going to experience it right, you have to do justice … I use an espro press (the travel mug one) and I love it. Because the simplified beaker into which the grounds are placed does not have electrical connections, it is small enough to be placed and carried in a hiker’s bag. However, the clean-up is a different story. [–]Porkrind710 0 points1 point2 points 5 years ago (0 children). French Press vs Pour Over Coffee Maker Manual coffee brewing has become wildly popular over the last few years, particularly French presses and pour over methods. You need to dismantle the different parts, which will make it more complicated compared to cleaning with the pour-over method. Aha! Heck, you can even get the brew time down to 1.5 minutes if you're really trying. Coffee Lovers who switch it up sometimes..... "For a pour over coffee brew, a light roast coffee is preferable"- Really? The beehouse is the only one I use every day. [Beans] or [Roaster] - Posts about a specific coffee varietal, coffee roaster or origin. French Press vs AeroPress vs Pour-over and More: Coffee Methods Compared . For the French press coffee maker, a coarse grind is the most appropriate. There are plenty of metal filters. But my pour over still isn't perfect...our crappy Cuisinart grinder just isn't cutting it and has too much dust. Honestly I've been using leftovers from my Breville barista express. [–][deleted] -2 points-1 points0 points 5 years ago (0 children), french press is plagued with over extraction. Pour-over coffee can be made, start-to-finish, in under five minutes. I use paper with mine, but I'd imagine you get plenty of oils with the metal one. [–]stevethemighty84[S] 0 points1 point2 points 5 years ago (4 children), The thing I wonder about is the oils and some of the richness getting absorbed by a paper filter, [–]Purple_CobrasAeropress 1 point2 points3 points 5 years ago (1 child). Compared with pour over, French press coffee is a lot more gritty and oily and it feels like it hits harder (flavor, not caffeine). Or maybe you heard a great coffee joke, bought an awesome new coffee mug or found a mysterious can of crazy looking foreign coffee in your grandfather's basement. Not saying that's a bad thing, more that it's not as fine of a filtration. Two innovations for a better French press brew. [–]asmagaEspresso Shot 0 points1 point2 points 5 years ago (1 child). My recommendation would be to go for a woodneck, which is a cloth filter. Pour over. General rules in Reddit's format V60 for just me, French Press for me and my wife. Luckily I’ve grown to just dislike alcohol this past year, and I’m no longer working as a cook, so those are out of the way. Once you switch to coarse grind for your French press, your coffee will become better. Best Pour Over Coffee Maker Reddit. french press for mediums (sometimes) and pourover for everything. Thank you for that! 1. I started out with a French Press, but rarely use it now ever since I got a V60. Fine. that being said, you can make excellent coffee with a french press. A high quality dark roast? It does take some more work to make whereas FP you can just let sit for 3-4 minutes. Ease of Use. Important features to consider 4. Pour-overs brew a lighter cleaner cup, and French press' make a grittier style of coffee. I used to smoke weed all day and every day though and now I have that under control, so I really need to focus on the toughest one of all now. [–]eccentricbartender 0 points1 point2 points 3 months ago (0 children). [–]thirdculture_hog 0 points1 point2 points 3 months ago (5 children), [–]basura-bella 4 points5 points6 points 3 months ago (4 children), Pourover delivers a clean, bright cup.... whereas with the press, every cup is a bit ‘sludgy’ and feels heavier, not necessarily a bad thing and truth be told I use my chemex every day as opposed to rarely pulling out the press... but if I had somebody to share coffee with in the mornings, I’d probably be more inclined to follow such a “rule” ¯_(ツ)_/¯, [–]thirdculture_hog 5 points6 points7 points 3 months ago (3 children), Ah gotcha. [–]LikeASharkLovesBlood 2 points3 points4 points 5 years ago (0 children). Pour over is an easier and faster clean up, yes. This almost never happens with a pour over. One other distinct advantage of the French press that is not often mentioned is its portability. Dark roast pulverizes most of the bean’s original flavor out, and it’s that flavor that shines most in pour over brews. Does cezve shape has impact to a coffee taste? You know why! Thankfully space is limited. IMPORTANT LEGAL INFORMATION This site is owned and operated by CoffeeSamurai.com. And what kind of grinder do you use? Absolutely love it. [–]NateArcade 0 points1 point2 points 3 months ago (0 children). You should start with a medium grind, which will feel sort of like the consistency of regular sand. Its double-wall insulation keeps coffee hotter for longer than any other French press we tested. and join one of thousands of communities. Good coffee is all about good quality. [–]eric-dolecki 0 points1 point2 points 3 months ago (0 children). Got a plastic one for $7 from Ebay and it's the best $7 I've ever spent in my entire life. Any suggestions would be appreciated, [–]chevro1et 5 points6 points7 points 5 years ago (2 children). [–]MinervaDreamingPour-Over 0 points1 point2 points 5 years ago (0 children). I haven't touched my french press in months! While others have mentioned using a metal filter instead for pourovers, I would advise against that as those cups tend to come out more like a french press. Sweet! For non-informative or non-depthy-discussion "coffee culture" posts, please check out /r/cafe. For more guides, gear, reading, news and links visit our Wiki Page! [–]RoarenceV60 1 point2 points3 points 5 years ago (5 children). 3. I use different brewing methods depending on what I'm feeling, but generally I prefer my v60 over my french press. 1 point2 points3 points 5 years ago (0 children), Bodum 1308-16 Columbia 8-Cup Stainless-Steel Thermal Press Pot. Coffee Lovers who switch it up sometimes..... "For a pour over coffee brew, a light roast coffee is preferable"- Really? It takes 10 minutes to brew a full pot of coffee in an automatic drip brewer, whereas it takes about six to seven minutes for percolator coffee to brew and French press about four minutes. We'd been using a french press for a while but the cleanup sucked and our grinder sucked and left a lot of gunk at the bottom which my wife hated. NOPE. [Photo] - Does your post include a photo? If you just got a high quality dark roast roasted five days ago how would you brew? [–]bovinecrusader 1 point2 points3 points 3 months ago (1 child). I never knew there was a metal mesh filter! This is different than a pour over device where water is poured onto the coffee grounds and immediately flows down through a filter into the cup. [–][deleted] 0 points1 point2 points 5 years ago (0 children), Maybe one of these for travelling? Tbh, I think they're both pretty easy to clean. for guests, or make a smaller batch just for yourself. Here are my thoughts. Mods, purchasing, new products, storage containers, etc. These lay out our our expectations for participants, but also the values and rationales behind them. You may also like Should You Grind Finer For Better French Press Coffee? Gotta go pick up some more beans, honest... [–]coffee_and_destroy 3 points4 points5 points 3 months ago (1 child). French Press vs Chemex: Overall Winner. [–]blingboyduck 0 points1 point2 points 3 months ago (0 children), [–]BigBootyRoobiChemex 0 points1 point2 points 3 months ago (0 children). This is a place to talk about the farms, the beans, the baristas, the roasters, the industry, the brewing gear & techniques. I tend to go a little more precise at home with the chemex to get all the proper weights and volumes of water correct and take more time and effort. It's much smoother as well. How we tested 5. Our "self-promotion" rules. created & curated by /r/coffee community - & it's maintenance thread. the word "bright" is often used to describe it. Developing the taste for coffee - A novice seeking advice. The following tags should cover just about everything but feel free to make your own if one of the following doesn't work. Pour over coffee is subtler and, for lack of a better word, fruitier. Pourover for lighter roasts and/or higher quality coffee, French press for darker roasts. Is pour over easier as far a clean up and prep everyday than my French press. Minima anese home brand best drip coffee maker reddit archives vs hario v60 ceramic coffee drippers best pour over coffee sets on. The inverted method allows for the creation of a more dense brew similar to that of french press, and is particularly good for dark roast coffee. It's a place to ask questions about how to make your daily cup just a little bit better. A double micro-filter eliminates grit. [–]PriceZombieWow, I didn't know coffee was this deep. Then I realized how difficult doing a good pour over was with an old plastic kettle. The biggest difference between the Chrider French press and a pour-over coffee maker, aside from the method of brewing, is that a French press practically requires coarsely ground coffee. More adventures in replying to spam | James Veitch - Duration: 10:21. Finally my wife had had enough and was ready to buy a Keurig. Pourover is easily clean up (only rinsing), easy to just throw away grounds in the filter, and I love the clean cup. Detailed descriptions. Rendered by PID 9554 on r2-app-02756c093a6493954 at 2020-12-23 22:46:39.685331+00:00 running 6abf2be country code: GB. She wanted something simple and quick to just make a single cup. So I can run my press once and just sip all morning. Welcome to /r/coffee! Rendered by PID 10522 on r2-app-096589ee498c21690 at 2020-12-23 22:46:45.246414+00:00 running 6abf2be country code: NL. [Gear] - For equipment related posts. © 2020 reddit inc. All rights reserved. It's great, but it's not as good as my pour over. Get an ad-free experience with special benefits, and directly support Reddit. both produce great coffees but i do find pour over is easier to make sweeter coffee with. I kinda just roll with varying my method based on how much time and effort I want to put in for a coffee for one. I never knew how much of a difference precise temps made in different types of teas. I also have the stainless bodum French press at home. Pour over coffee is subtler and, for lack of a better word, fruitier. Get an ad-free experience with special benefits, and directly support Reddit. REDDIT and the ALIEN Logo are registered trademarks of reddit inc. π Rendered by PID 9554 on r2-app-02756c093a6493954 at 2020-12-23 22:46:39.685331+00:00 running 6abf2be country code: GB. ...Just in case you're more into pictures of etched or free-pour latte art or that oh-so-beautiful, monstrous Slayer espresso machine pouring a luscious shot through a bottomless portafilter. It's much smoother as well. 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