Bodum Brazil 8-Cup French Press Coffee Maker, 34-Ounce, Black

The Brazil French Press coffeemaker, designed in the early 80’s, was our first coffeemaker and quickly became a symbol of what Bodum stands for. Attractive and functional design at an affordable price. The Brazil has a durable, heat-resistant borosilicate glass beaker and a plastic handle and base, which make the Brazil easy to use and

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The Brazil French Press coffeemaker, designed in the early 80’s, was our first coffeemaker and quickly became a symbol of what Bodum stands for. Attractive and functional design at an affordable price. The Brazil has a durable, heat-resistant borosilicate glass beaker and a plastic handle and base, which make the Brazil easy to use and easy to clean. The 3-part stainless steel plunger has a fine mesh filter, which allows for a premium extraction of your coffee’s aromatic oils and subtle flavors. A mesh filter allows this flavor to be delivered direct to your cup and not absorbed by a paper filter. Plus, no paper filter means no waste. The patented safety lid prevents the splashing of liquids while pressing. All parts are dishwasher-safe.

Product Features

  • Coffee is measured in 4 oz. cups, this 8-cup, 34-ounce French Press serves 2-3 people
  • Carafe is made of durable, heat-resistant borosilicate glass; BPA free Plastic handle and base. Both Dishwasher Safe
  • 3-part stainless steel mesh filter helps extract your coffee’s aromatic oils and subtle flavors
  • Pressed coffee extracts the perfect amount of essential oils and acids from the bean for the maximum amount of flavor from your coffee.
  • All parts are dishwasher safe

Comments

J Keistler "johnrktx@sbcglobal.net" says:

An Inexpensive Treat This was my first French press. I have always enjoyed this type of coffee, particular after dinner. However, I was attracted to the plastic framework surrounding the carafe, as I can be clumsy at times.This press has worked just as well as the more expensive, more traditional looking French press pots. I set the coarsest setting on my Braun grinder, and no grounds get through the screen. It is just perfect. I haven’t ever run my press through the dishwasher, it isn’t necessary with the easy cleaning with this one. I just put hot soapy water in the carafe, up-and-down a few times with the plunger and it’s all ready to use again. I have heeded the warning not to stir with a metal implement; I use a wooden spoon.I would heartily recommend this model of Bodum for someone who would like to experience French press coffee at home, inexpensively.

Paul Hanley says:

Love it I have two Chambord models, and this one. I prefer the features of the Brazil’s keyed lid, and secured plastic frame to the Chambord models. I’ve had this for about 3 years now, use it every day, and it’s held up perfectly. Great press.

AZshooter says:

Tidy Adaptation of the Cowboy Coffee Brew Method Let’s face it, dumping coffee grounds into a bucket of hot water is nothing new. The Bodum Press is a refinement of the cowboy coffee brewing method, minus the campfire & straining it thru a sock. In My world, there is no such thing as “too Strong” for coffee. There IS, however, too bitter & too acidy. The press does what perking, dripping and steaming ground coffee cannot do: produce a stout, yet smooth cup of coffee – just like the stuff made around decades of my campfires.Model Brazil, made in Denmark by a Swiss Company & called a French Press. No wonder the confusion over exactly how many cups this actually makes. The Euro-instructions for the press say 4 oz. per cup, but even my fine Bavarian China cups (from when I lived in Munich) are 6 ounces.Just look at it this way: It holds 32 ounces of water.The instructions on your roast coffee container usually say to use 1 TBSP per 6 ounces of water (NOT 4 ounces & NOT 8 ounces). Again, in MY…

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