Here are some things to consider when buying coffee.


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.


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.


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.


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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Surprise Gift

I bought the Palmpress as a surprise present for my wife whom only prepares her coffee via pour overs. She couldn't believe how simple & fast it was. It was as good as any of her pour overs if not better. I will be purchasing more Palmpress's as Christmas presents. Thanks!

Thank you, Stratie! We appreciate you!


Thank you, Michelle!
Perfection in my palm

I just want a quick cup of coffee while I get myself out the door in the am. Palmpress was the answer - a good hot cup of coffee without having to get the whole pot going . Also - since I couldn’t take the waste of the nespresso cups anymore - not even having a filter is great - waste free!

Thank you, Lisa!
yeahhh! so glad the palmpress is a succes...

well, i suppose it was a while back when is saw an article advertising the palmpress and thought....
what a simple and great idea, i need one. lets try to help make it successful
i loved that little thing. i make myself a coffe some afternoon when i need a push..
but, the joy is when i visit switzerland and go spend few days in the mountains in the old log cabin
no electricity, just a wood stove to boil water. i would not be up there without my Palmpress for my cup of joe
the people in the company are very nice and friendly.
thanks jess for staying in touch

Thank you, Jean!
Great for Travels

I’m in field work, where I travel in the backcountry for up to 30 days at a time. The Palmpress beat out other coffee products die its permanent filter, size, and ability to produce a quality cup of coffee. It’s now been on a 40 days of field time and used every day - it’s durability is unparalleled.

Thank you, Jordan!