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I have made it for many Summers but this year I found a Budrum cold brew coffee pot, I let the grounds and water sit in the fridge over night and then use the plunger similar to the French Press, the coffee is smooth and delicious. 

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@I am still oxox  I have 3 French presses that I received as gifts over the years. I never used any of them, and I don't have the directions anymore. I'm embarrassed to say that I'm clueless as to how to use a French press.

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@Desert Lily I had never really used one before this be a little different since it is cold brew, I let the water and coffee sit in the fridge, push down the plunger and pour the coffee into a container and discard the grinds. The coffee is rich and smooth and never biter

 


@Desert Lily wrote:

@I am still oxox  I have 3 French presses that I received as gifts over the years. I never used any of them, and I don't have the directions anymore. I'm embarrassed to say that I'm clueless as to how to use a French press.


 

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