I paid a friend of mine a visit last winter and while at his kitchen having some coffee, I noticed he had two coffee machine makers. Intrigued I asked why. He then explained that, both are used in the brewing of coffee, however were of two different kinds. Surprised as most would have been, I then tried to find out the difference between Aeropress Vs French press in the making of coffee. The vast of us, just have one way or one machine for the brewing of our coffee but tend out to be surprised to taste a coffee much is more pleasing than the taste we get from our own coffee machine. If you did love coffee, you did know being diverse and knowing the usage of other coffee machines will indeed benefit you in tasting so many rich ways of making and enjoying your coffee.
Among the many coffee machines out there in the market, knowing how Aeropress Functions and brews coffee from the popularly French press will help in making your coffee mornings a delight.
An Aeropress is basically made up of two plastic cylinders, which operates to give you a wonderful brewed coffee. The first cylinder also known as the brewing chamber, has openings on its sides, one side having a filter cap with a filter inside which is where coffee grounds are placed and the other cylinder being the plunger where when pushed down, pushes water and add pressure for a better coffee extraction. It’s operating is quite simply, but its technique of usage does make a difference in the taste of coffee. This is so because:
The French press being traditional and favorite for most, does also make use of a plunger in the making of coffee. The difference however, it has from that of an Aeropress is :
There are so many difference one could find in the usage of both Aeropress and French press, however usage will highly depend on user preference.