Tea & Coffee Press
Tea & Coffee Press

Tea & Coffee Press "Harior Bright" for 4 cups

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924.000

Brew Coffee Bottle

Brand: Hario

Press Hario Bright J Bottle has contributed to make the "world of coffee tools" become richer and more diverse. Just with 2 step that pour water and push the filter, you absolutely enjoy the delicious cup of coffee from this bottle. French press is also a simple method of making coffee, popular in the US and Europe.

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FEATURES

- Color: Silver
- Heat-resistant glass vase: Made in Japan
Other metal parts: Made in China

PROPERTIES

- Size (WxHxD): 11 x 8.7 x 16.6 cm
- Actual capacity: 300 ml
- Weight: 500 g

DESCRIPTION

Tea & Coffee Press "Harior Bright" for 2 cups 

French Press is a simple and popular method in the US and Europe. The coffee will be completely immersed in water to unleash the flavor. The chairman and CEO of Starbuck also mentioned that French Press is his favorite making coffee tool in Onward.

Just with 2 step that pour water and push the filter, you absolutely enjoy the delicious cup of coffee from this bottle.

The metal part is made of stainless steel. Since it can be removed and cleaned, it can be used hygienically. You can enjoy various kind of tea, black tea, green tea.

How to use Tea and Coffee Press "Harior Bright" for 2 cups?

Pre-heat the glass bowl with the hot water. When it is warm enough, pour out the water and add the tea leaves or coffee

+ For tea: add the hot water, gently put the lid on the pot and allow to steep for around 3 minutes.

+ For coffee: add just enough hot water to wet the coffee, put the lid on and allow to steep for 1 minute, then carefully pour in the rest of the water and allow to steep for around 2 minutes, until the grounds have settled at the bottom

- Slowly push the filter down and pour into a warmed cup

PRODUCT INFORMATION

- Color: Silver

- Size (WxHxD): 11 x 8.7 x 16.6 cm

- Capacity: 300 ml

- Weight: 500 g

- Heatproof glass: Made in Japan

- Metal parts: Made in China

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