21 June 2011

French-Pressed



I recently treated myself to a gold-plated french coffee press because I was feeling snazzy and nothing tastes quite as sumptuous as a cup of freshly pressed coffee. I'm all about injecting simple luxury into my life whenever possible. You too?

Also, this short video and the accompanying post provide a beautiful articulation of how satisfying a perfectly brewed cup of coffee can be. Enjoy.


(a french press method from hufort on Vimeo).

14 comments:

  1. The only way we drink coffee at home...the best!

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  2. Check you out with your fancy pants gold-plated coffee press. I approve! Love the stuff, still waiting for my first cup post illness.

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  3. I have a French press too and love it!!! Especially being a "retired barista" lol

    - Sarah
    http://agirlintransit.blogspot.com/

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  4. "Injecting simple luxury" into everyday life? Absolutely! I'm all for it.

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  5. Whoo-ee, look at that press! It's gorgeous!

    And yes, I agree that our matching vacations are a sign!

    xoxox, Lena

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  6. love it! nothing like a french pressed cup of joe!

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  7. i always feel so decadent when i break out the french press :-)

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  8. Goodness your new gold-plated french coffee press is beautiful! I recently bought a single Bodum french press for my desk at work but yours takes the cake on loveliness :) I'm so with you on injecting simple luxuries into life whenever possible yes!

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  9. That video was.... surprisingly captivating. And beautiful!

    LOVE your goldplated french press. I have been meaning to get one for a while- especially because my kitchen is so small.

    All About the Simple Luxury!!!!

    Caroline

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  10. YUM. what an awesome addition to your kitchen and daily schedule :) i lovelovelove french press coffee. on the post india to-do list for sure.

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