Lacor French press 6 tasses : cafetière à piston
French press coffee maker

LacorLacor French press 6 cups

Sale price15,90 €

The LACOR 6-cup French press coffee maker is a centerpiece with an elegant design for preparing your coffee using the gentle method.


Enjoy the professional quality of specialty coffee preparation with the Lacor 6-cup French press. This French press allows you to fully extract the rich flavors and complex aromas of coffee. Its ease of use combined with its elegant design will undoubtedly make it an essential manual coffee machine for your slow coffee routine.
Cafetière à piston 6 tasses : Lacor French Press

What grind for a French press coffee maker?

To prepare coffee with a Lacor French press, it is recommended to use a coarse to medium grind. The coarse grind allows water to flow freely through the coffee beans when brewing, making it easier to extract aromas and flavors. A grind that is too fine can cause the filter of the French press to clog and make extraction difficult. Grinding too coarsely can result in under-extraction, producing bland, flavorless coffee.

Lacor French Press : cafetière à piston 6 tasses

Prepare your specialty coffee with a French press

Also known as French press, using a French press is an excellent way to prepare your coffee using the gentle method. To do this, you need to follow a few key steps:

Start by pouring hot water into the French press and rinsing. Prepare your French press with a coffee-water ratio of 1:10 using 80g of coffee to 800ml of water. Then add the coarsely ground coffee and pour in the simmering water, heated to between 92 and 94°C. To easily control the water temperature, do not hesitate to equip yourself with a kettle with adjustable temperature. Leave to infuse for 4 to 5 minutes, then gently squeeze the plunger. Be careful not to go too fast to avoid unwanted sediment in your coffee. Enjoy your specialty coffee! With a capacity of 80 cl, you can prepare around 6 cups of coffee with the Lacor French press coffee maker.


To take full advantage of your 6-cup French press, choose medium to dark roast coffees. These roasts will guarantee you a coffee rich in flavor and body, perfectly suited to the French press extraction method. Medium roast coffees strike a delicate balance between tart notes and sweeter nuances, giving you a perfectly balanced cup of coffee. If you prefer a more intense coffee, opt for darker roasts like Araku Sélection specialty coffee.

The French press, also known as the French press, was invented by an Italian named Attilio Calimani in 1929. However, it was popularized and patented as the "press coffee maker" by a French designer named after Faliero Bondanini in 1958. Since then, the French press has become a popular and economical way of brewing coffee in many homes around the world. Renowned for its gentle extraction, it is ideal for preparing specialty coffee.

To effectively maintain your French press, follow these simple steps: disassemble the different parts and rinse them with hot water to remove coffee residue. Use a soft brush to carefully clean each part of your French press coffee machine, avoiding the use of detergents. Be sure to let all parts air dry before reassembling. Remember to clean the rubber seal regularly to maintain the proper functioning of the French press. Protect your French press from shocks and falls, and store it in a clean, dry place to prolong its lifespan.

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