Maybe you're strapped for cash but still want to have great coffee and espresso on hand. Or, perhaps you're simply a savvy shopper, it doesn't matter; there are a ton of often-overlooked equipment that come in way under budget. In fact, we've got the best-kept secrets right here; and, they all retail for under $100!
It may be the happiest time of the year, but this is also a busy travel season. Chances are, you or your loved ones will be taking to the roads, rails and skies in advance of the holiday celebrations. As always, good coffee and espresso can be hard to find when you're on the go. But, don't leave it to the roll of the dice this year, pack the following items in your suitcase and you won't have to be at the mercy of others when the need for a good beverage strikes.
There are all kinds of ways to brew coffee, some I’ve experimented with, and some that I have yet to try. With specialty coffee becoming more and more prevalent in America, there’s been a branching out of brewing methods, as baristas embrace more unique approaches to preparing coffee.
At first glance, the Espro Coffee Press makes a commanding statement, thanks to its shiny stainless-steel construction. At first taste, this innovative French press delivers equally impressive results. Widely celebrated as one of the industry's best presses, this patent-pending model from Espro produces clean, flavorful and aromatic coffee using a unique set of micro-filters. Once the coffee grounds and water have been steeped to your liking, pressing down on the plunger halts the extraction process.
For over 50 years, La Cafetière has been designing and redesigning french presses and coffee accessories. Only the most modern and chic designs are taken into consideration for any La Cafetière line, and designers from around the world add their expertise to each new product.