The Espro Press is the simplest way to make a large amount of great coffee
You probably have a French press lying around in your kitchen cupboard, perhaps untouched because the coffee it makes is so thick that you can almost eat it. The Espro Press (and French press for that matter) is called a “full immersion” method, which essentially means that the coffee fully maintains contact with water during extraction. Espro Press brings a few improvements to the design of the French press.
First, the filter is replaced by a double microfilter, which is about 9 to 12 times finer than the filter in a French press. This removes almost all non-soluble solids from the coffee, ensuring you get a brighter and clearer coffee but keep the oils that provide a thicker texture. The second improvement is that the whole container is a double-walled thermos, which preserves the temperature and keeps the coffee hot after brewing. However, we still recommend you decant to prevent over extraction.