"This press is amazing! Simple to use. No waste. Coffee tastes better. Easy cleanup. If you are a pour-over coffee drinker this is a must."

★★★★★    - J. Hoff

Palmpress

CHOOSING COFFEE

Here are some things to consider when buying coffee.

ROAST DATE

Look for coffee bags that have a roast date on them - it’s an indication that the roaster cares enough to inform you about freshness. If you prefer to buy pre-ground coffee, consider buying smaller amounts at a time so that you’re enjoying fresher coffee.

ROAST TYPE

Generally speaking, roasts can be categorized as light, medium, and dark; which
correlates with the relative color of the coffee beans. With lighter roasts you'll notice a tart flavor that's referred to as acidity. Medium roast coffees display a balance of acidity and dark-chocolate sweetness. The darker a coffee is roasted, toasted/burnt flavors come out and oils appear on the bean's surface.

FLAVOR

Some coffee bags will note flavors that you can spot in the coffee, just like how wine bottles might display flavor notes. These notes don’t mean that the roaster actually added flavors to the coffee (at least that’s not the norm); they just mean that the coffee reminded someone of these flavors.

GRIND SIZE

For the freshest coffee, purchase whole beans and, using a burr grinder, grind the
amount you need just before brewing. If you prefer to purchase pre-ground coffee, make sure you have it ground to the correct size for your coffeemaker. For Palmpress, use medium grind size.
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Works very well

It's so easy to use, I was able to teach my mom how to use it! She loves my French press coffee, but she won't make that on her own, so this is a great alternative.

Thank you, Edward!

Daily use after a month, conclusion: Still excellent.

Super compact. No waste. Used twice daily since purchasing, ~1 month ago.

Filter: Works much better than I expected, after trying stainless steel filters for pourover and aeropress which were never quite fine enough and made for gritty coffee. Regardless of grind, there's *tiny* last sip which I don't drink because of grit, but that could also be my grinder (Breville).

Mouthfeel: Smoother than french press but heavier than aeropress or pourover with a paper filter.

Error rate: I've only totally f'd up only one time, the second time using - the outer rim wasn't tightened up against the lip of the cone when I tightened the top on. Flip, push down, and coffesplosion. I've never found it like that again when I check, so really not anything to worry about.

Cleaning: Easy, but I've picked up one pro-tip after ~60 uses that makes it even easier. After I'm done pushing the coffee out, I do *not* flip it back over! Amazingly, it doesn't really lose a drop if it's upside down, so no worries about it dripping all over. So I take it off the cup without flipping, knock it against the inside of the sink once, and then unscrew and dump the coffee grounds from the top cap into the garbage. If you *do* flip it over, the coffee falls back into the cone, and there's just more grinds that end up in the drain and you have dump both sides into the garbage.

Thank you, Dietrich! Great tips

PalmPress

What a incredible hybrid brewer that shares some elements with the Aeropress and the traditional Drippers. The build quality of the product is exceptional. And the Palmpress produces a delicious median body cup of joe with hassle free experience in the kitchen.

Thank you, Omar!

So far, love it

I bought this to keep at my non-coffee drinking boyfriend’s house and so far, it has been perfection. Looking forward to taking it on trips, car camping, etc.

Thank you, Susie!

Palmpress Coffee Press

Thank you, Carlo!