Brew Guides

French Press


French press coffee is one of the most popular ways to truly enjoy coffee. Many coffee lovers will tell you that their preferred cup of coffee is one made in a French press.


Because it allows you to have more control over the brewing process and extracts better flavor than a drip machine.

French press fans that take their coffee seriously appreciate that level of control. In fact, most like to control every step of the process, from grinding their own beans to heating the water to the perfect temp.

Learn how to french press Taylor Lane's organic coffee roast to create an amazing brew.


  • French Press
  • 204 deg H2O
  • Burr Grinder
  • Digital Scale

Step 1

Heat filtered H2O to point of boiling and weigh out 24g of fresh roasted coffee. Grind coarse.

Step 2

Upon boiling, transfer H20 to kettle & pour 300 ml into french press to pre-heat.

Step 3

Wait 30 seconds then dump H2O and place 24g of coffee into french press. Slowly fill with 204º H2O until coffee level reaches the bottom of pour spout, at 400ml.

Step 4

Wait 3 minutes 30 seconds then stir the top crust for 10 seconds.

Step 5

Gently plunge for 20 seconds.

Step 6

Pour, enjoy, repeat.