Which Coffee Ground Is Best For French Press?

Brewing coffee in a French Press is one of the easiest, cheapest and most convenient ways to make coffee at home. The process only requires you to add coffee grounds required for coffee makers for one cup, add hot water, wait for a couple of minutes and filter out a delicious, aromatic tasting coffee. 

Although there are other ways to make good coffee as well but die-hard coffee connoisseurs claim that the French Press method gets you the very best flavour. Choosing the perfect coffee roast if of prime importance when brewing a good cup of French press coffee. So here we are listing some of the best coffee roasts most suitable for your French Press.

1. Lifeboost French Vanilla Coffee

Lifeboost coffee is grown in the mountain ranges of Nicaragua without any use of pesticides or chemicals. The pest control toronto does not apply here. The beans are hand selected for purity and quality and are hand-washed and sun dried to remove any moisture. Once prepared, you can relish an earthy, full-body flavour with low acidity. To top that, there is also the pleasing aroma and nutty undertones of chocolate.

2. Peet’s Coffee Major Dickason’s Blend

The French roast could be a little too smoky for some people. But fret not, because for all you people there is the dark roast. Peet’s is one of the best tasting dark roast which is roasted and shipped on the same day to maintain the quality and retain the freshness of the coffee. This roast will be most loved by connoisseurs looking for a rich, full-body flavour with a tinge of complex notes.

3. Ethiopian Yirgachaffe, Volcanica Coffee

The origin of coffee is traced back to Ethiopia so we could not have possibly left out Ethiopia coffee in our top list. Ethiopian Yirgachaffe is unique in the sense that it is harvested from wild coffee trees which makes this roast slightly fruity and floral. The Arabica beans are carefully roasted to enhance the native flavours of Ethiopia with a prominence of fruit. You can taste a medley of flavours in the medium dark roast like ripe strawberry, dark chocolate, lavender and aromatic cedar.

4. Stone Street Colombian Supremo

This is a single-origin Arabica beans coffee that is dark roasted. The rich coffee beans yield a smooth, slightly sweet, bold and a very well-balanced flavour. When made in a French press, you can also taste the undertones of nuts, chocolates, fruit and caramel.

5. French Roast Sumatran, Sleepy Monk Coffee

This is traditionally and theoretically the darkest roasted beans around. And what could be a better combination for the French Press than the French roast. So, this is certainly one of the top choices for the coffee lovers. It has an earthy, mushrooomy flavour, and has a toasty aroma which makes it one of the best ultra-dark brews.

These are some of the best coffee roasts available in the market that can be used in a French Press. You can use these to achieve the subtle nuances and aromas of the ground coffee beans and the maximum flavours. Try them out and let us know your favourite in the comments below.

Eve Crabtree

Eve Crabtree is a journalist with a passion for interior design. She keeps up to date with the latest trends in the interior industry and regularly tests her hand at crafting and redecorating during her spare time.