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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Quick and Easy Use

Works well for where ever you need it. Tastes just as good as french press

Thank you, Chris!
Easy To Use, Easy To Clean

5/5 stars.
Great product.
We use it at the house AND when we go camping.
I’d give it more stars if I could.
Cheers ✌️

Thank you, John!
Portable and reliable

I just grind my coffee at home and make my coffee in minutes at work. It’s already paid for itself in two weeks. Great for vacations!

Thank you, Mari!
Great travel maker

Best travel maker. Would like it to make a larger cup.

Thank you, Stuart!
Yum

Got a sample with the unit and loved it. Bought 2 bags and they’re just as good. Full bodied and rich, but clean and mellow flavors. And the grind is of course ideal for the press. THANX!

Thank you, RAbbott!