Coffee lovers come from all walks of life and the tech crowd certainly has its fair share. There are many ways to brew coffee and the French Press is one way millions swear by. There are plenty of French Press coffee makers on the market but Osaka claims their’s will be the best. While I’m fine with drip coffee, I get the passion for pressed coffee. Using a press does extract a whole lot more flavor from the grounds and gives you an overall better coffee experience. Whether or not the Osaka French Press does it better than all the others, well that will be up to you to decide.
Coffee. Whether it’s waking you up or fueling you through the day, it’s an essential part of life—especially ours. Which is exactly why we wanted to redefine it. Osaka revolutionizes the traditional press by allowing you to extract your coffee in a way that gives you full control of your brew. Hot or cold. Fast or slow. Our french press is tailored to your taste. Your pace. Your call. No grounds.
Nobody wants to start off their morning with the taste of bitter coffee. Our french press utilizes a patent-pending mechanism that seamlessly separates the grounds from the coffee, giving you the power to stop the brewing process exactly to your liking. When the filter isn’t being pushed down, it will fully lock to prevent over-extraction. The result? Consistently smooth, flavorful, full-bodied coffee. You can create a light, medium, or dark brew to your exact taste, without any fear of over-extraction.
French presses can give you the best coffee, but more often than not, grounds find their way into your cup and ruin your last few sips. That’s why we included a double-layered seal with stainless steel mesh, preventing grounds from slipping into your coffee. No more mouthfuls of grounds in your morning cup of joe.
Coffee brewing is a hotly debated topic. The Osaka press certainly looks cool but will you be backing it on Kickstarter?
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