French Press

by Marcus
(NYC)

One can buy a french press with no plastic parts, at least with no plastic parts which contact the coffee.

I have a French Press which included a plastic inner lining on the lid. It was easy enough to simply remove this lining, and the press works perfectly. The only remaining plastic is the external handle, which obviously does not contact the coffee. One can even find a french press with a metal handle.

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