Core Coffee Press

100% Plastic Free Cafetiere

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<p><strong>100% Plastic Free</strong>. Made only from stainless steel and borosilicate glass, the Core Coffee Press is the choice for those who are looking for a plastic-free coffee maker.</p>

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The Classic Sustainably Made

A modern classic. Step into the known for those who love the velvety texture of press coffee. 

Made only from stainless steel and borosilicate glass, the Core Coffee Press is the choice for those who are looking for a single serve plastic-free coffee maker. Available in a variety of colours and sizes, choose from an 8 cup or a 3 cup cafetiere.

  • Excellent Velvety Coffee - the optimum micron level reusable stainless steel filter ensures a thick and velvety coffee with a heavier body associated with specialty cafetiere coffee press coffee
  • The Sustainable Choice - made only from high grade 304 stainless steel and thermal shock tested borosilicate glass the design is plastic free and spare parts are available if accidents happen
  • Ergonomic and Easy to Clean - the large glass handle has been designed to be comfortable to hold when full with hot coffee and the Barista & Co statement knob offers greater stability when plunging and allows the filter to be removed easily for cleaning
  • Protected from Knocks - the stainless steel base protects the glass from breakage while being removable so the glass beaker can be placed in the dishwasher leaving the frame to be washed by hand
  • Pours from Any Angle - the medical grade stainless steel flow filter will not taint the flavour of the coffee and the unique 360° design ensures the pour is controlled without having to align the filter to the pouring spout

Barista notes: 

Brews a textured, full bodied coffee for a medium strength black or white filter coffee. 

TipOnce you’ve added 15g of coarse cafetiere ground coffee, add only 45g / 45ml of boiling water and leave for 30 seconds, this process is called ‘blooming’ and allows the coffee to de-gas producing a better flavoured brew, then continue to add the remaining water.  

As a quick guide, add hot water in line with the top of the metal base which is around 45ml. 

    <p><strong>Guarantee</strong> - 1 Year Manufacturers Guarantee. Please note this does not cover glass and cosmetic damage.<p><strong>Base and Lid</strong> - Hand wash Only. Harmful salts in a dishwasher will damage the components and stainless steel products in general. We recommend the components are cleaned with a non-abrasive cloth and dried with a tea towel. Failure to follow this may damage the metal coating.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><strong>Glass Beaker</strong> - the heat resistant borosilicate beaker is dishwasher safe. Ensure the lid and base are removed before cleaning.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><strong>Metal Filter</strong> - the metal filter is replaceable and can be removed for cleaning. You can do this by unscrewing the filter section. Hold the lid section in your right hand and apply pressure on the knob so it pushes against the lid to prevent it turning. Hold the lower metal filter section in your left hand and twist in a clockwise direction. This will unscrew so the three lower components can be taken apart for cleaning. They can then be separated for a full clean. We recommend cleaning by hand to avoid salt marks however dishwasher cleaning &nbsp;is possible on these component parts only. Ensure all the parts are dried thoroughly before assembly. &nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><a href="https://baristaandco.com/products/core-coffee-press-lid?variant=32619234132028">Buy Replacement Lid</a></p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><a href="https://baristaandco.com/products/core-coffee-press-base?variant=32619234492476">Buy Replacement Base</a></p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><a href="https://baristaandco.com/products/core-coffee-press-replacement-metal-filter-8-cup?variant=39418971750460">Buy Replacement Filter</a></p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><a href="https://baristaandco.com/products/core-coffee-press-8-cup-3-mug-glass-beaker?variant=39418974142524">Buy Replacement Glass Beaker</a></p>

    How to Make Coffee in a Cafetiere?

    Getting the perfect coffee takes time and practice. Knowing what grind size to use, how much coffee to put in and how long to brew for can feel like a minefield. Find out how to make perfect cafetiere coffee here.

    How Much Coffee Should I put in my Cafetiere?

    We recommend between 15g - 18g of freshly ground coffee per person for the ultimate brew. This is the equivalent of one heaped tablespoon, or you can use our scoop measuring spoon for more accurate estimates.

    Can I Buy Replacement Cafetiere Beakers?

    We all know accidents happen, that's why we've made it easy to get your hands on the Core Coffee Press replacement beaker with the glass handle. This product is available in the 3 cup and 8 cup size.

    How Often Should I Replace the Metal Filter?

    The metal filter on your cafetiere prevents coffee ground from getting into your cup. We'd recommend changing it every 6 - 12 months depending on usage. If you want an even cleaner brew from your coffee press, try doubling up the metal filter.

    Can I Use Filter Ground Coffee in my Cafetiere?

    Yes! In fact, many coffee drinkers are switching to a slightly finer grind size in order to extract the full flavour from the bean. Our House Darker Roast is full of rich milk chocolate and caramel flavours and is perfect for your cafetiere. Just remember to reduce the extraction time to 4 minutes.

    What Size Cafetiere do I Need?

    We offer two coffee press sizes, a 3-cup and an 8-cup. Cup sizes are based on a traditional Italian serving of around 120ml. You'll notice the 3-cup cafetiere will make 1 mug of fresh coffee. The 8-cup cafetiere makers around 3 mugs. If you're looking for a single use coffee maker, we'd recommend the 3-cup. The last thing you want to do is leave your coffee to overextract! An 8-cup cafetiere is perfect for family mornings around the breakfast table.

    Why Does my Cafetiere Coffee Taste Bad?

    There are a number of reasons your brew might not be to your liking (and it's usually not got anything to do with the coffee you're using). This article explains all the reasons your cafetiere coffee tastes bad.

    How do I Exchange or Return my Coffee Press?

    We offer a 60 day free returns policy so if you'd like to return for a full refund or exchange your product please click here. Please note, we are unable to offer a return or exchange if the Core Coffee Press has been used.

    The Barista Journal
    How to make perfect cafetiere coffee

    Want to level up your coffee press game? In this article, we've covered all of the basics to making super fresh coffee at home with your cafetiere. Learn the perfect brew time, grind size and some secret tips from our fellow roasters.


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