The Heat Resistant Borosilicate Glass--Your SterlingPro coffee press will work much longer for you. The Double Screens System---No more GROUNDS in your coffee.
- Brews 1 liter (8 coffee cups or about 4 coffee mugs), 34oz. of tasty coffee. Carafe is made of durable, heat-resistant borosilicate glass. The white plastic liner attached to the lid keeps the lid from getting too hot. Therefore you will not get hurt during brewing and when pouring your coffee.
- The coffee press use Double Screens System---No more GROUNDS in your coffee.
- Stylish design and Crystal shining housing
- 2pcs EXTRA replacement screens included with this SterlingPro French press. With these 2pcs extra screens, your press will continue to make great coffee for many years to come.
What is the worst coffee drinking exprience? Coffee grounds in mouth! That is why SterlingPro introduces the innovated and unique Double Screens System which is the only one in coffee press market. By adding the second screen, the primary screen will touch the glass wall more tightly and evenly. At the same time, the second screen will filter the tiny grounds which pass through the primary screen. No more grounds in your coffee by using Sterlingpro coffee press. You will love it after using it. Your loved ones will appreciate it and think of you happily everytime when they enjoy the coffee from your gifts--SterlingPro coffee press.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can you make cold brew coffee with this?
Yes! It's a longer process, but you put about 1/3 cup grinds in with a full beaker of cold or room temperature filtered water. Put the lid on, but don't press down the plunger. Let the coffee steep overnight at room temperature (or for a full 24 hours in the fridge). In the morning, press the plunger down and you'll have a coffee concentrate to keep in your fridge. It's great over ice because it doesn't water down like hot coffee.
How long do the 2 steel screens last? 25 bucks or more to replace these seems like high upkeep
The key to maintaining the filter is to clean it at once. if you wait for several hours or overnight it will be more difficult to clean and will require you to scrub them more causing more wear and tear. Please note that the beaker though should not be cleaned until it cools sufficiently. If these simple steps are followed your SterlingPro French Press should last up to ten years.
How do u take it apart so you can wash it and change the screen?
The plunger stem unthreads at the base where the screens are held in place and also at the ball tip. Be extra careful when twisting the pieces to unthread as there is a small bolt securing the screen attachements. I also recommend working over a tray, so as not to loose or misplace any of the small pieces. The white insulated layer is also removable from the stainless steel dome cap. Keep track of all the pieces when disassembling to ensure you have everthing to reassemble once all the pieces have been thoroughly cleaned.
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