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Does french press coffee make sense for a menu with limited coffee selection?


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Kinnek Knowledge Team

French press coffee is usually valued by establishments that are looking to deliver higher quality coffee, as french press coffee tends to be more accurate in flavor and aroma, and preserves the natural oils in the coffee grounds.

The problem is that french press coffee requires slightly more training than a drip coffee machine to properly work the device, so this labor cost may not be worthwhile.  French press coffee can be ruined quite easily if the coffee is allowed to sit for too long as the flavor profile will change substantially.  Further, because french press coffee does not have a warming plate or anything of the sort, if it is left for too long, your employees will have to warm the coffee themselves, presenting another barrier to smooth service.  As such, if you're interested in incorporating a french press into your kitchen, ensure that your employees are trained to make and serve french press coffee correctly.

Jan 11, 2016

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