dealsglass french coffee & tea press w/ stainless…

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I bought the green plastic French Press a few months ago from here. Very simple process. The coffee tastes ok but keep getting grounds in my coffee everyday. I have to use an additional strainer to remove the grounds but still get ALOT of powdery sediment after each batch made...BEWARE - you get what you pay for here.

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@briansmac: Actually, all French press coffeemakers share this issue. If you're careful when pressing, you can avoid the grounds, but the powdery residue is par for the course and not everyone dislikes this.

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The grinder determines if you get grounds or powder in your coffee. Many grinders do not grind evenly. Not the press's fault.

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My wife has her coffee espresso ground. Rarely a ground makes it through.

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I find that you can avoid the whole grounds in the coffee issue by doing one simple method that I've learned to do: use whole, non ground beans.