It is past 11 pm right now, and I am blogging away. One thing that keeps me going is having some tea before bed while I type away my reviews. Today I am trying out my tea with my new French Press for the first time!

I have only learned about French Presses after working in a tea shop 10+ years ago. I am from Russia, and we didn’t have these French Presses available in our town. So, I only learned about using a French Press in North America. And I learned to use it for tea, however I was told it is generally used for coffee.

I have trouble with my habits, and once these habits form, it is difficult for me to switch back. I got this amazing French Press for a review, and I am so glad I did! I love drinking tea made in a French Press! This particular French Press is for two cups. I will only pour half of water in for just one cup for myself. I have another French Press but it is so old, and it is only for one person, which is not that great when you want to share your tea of coffee with someone.

This French Press is great because it comes with an additional mesh if your mesh wear out or tears, and it comes with a very nice coffee scoop. That’s exactly what I need!

I do have an automatic expensive espresso maker, but I know that the French Press is considered the best device to make coffee with. I haven’t tried it yet for coffee making, but I hope to try it in the next few days, and I will try to report about it.

Nothing better than making a cup of tea or coffee when typing away on the computer. It definitely sets up the mood in the right direction, and makes it much easier to work.

This French Press sells for $25.97 right now. If you know anyone who only has a regular drip coffee machine, this French Press makes a great gift, together with a few bags of premium coffee or tea!

I received this product deeply discounted in exchange for my unbiased review. I was not compensated for my review and all my opinions are my own. One may or may not have the same opinion as myself when reading this. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.

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