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French presses for brewing coffee and tea from Eastbrew Coffee

The first mention of a coffee brewing tool called the "French Press" dates back to 1852, when two Frenchmen, Mayer and Delforge, introduced the world to a coffee machine with a sieve attached to a rod. The first patent was obtained in 1928 in Italy by the inventors Attilio Calimani and Guilio Moneta.

In Australia and New Zealand, the French press is known as the coffee plunger, in Europe - the cafetiere ("coffee machine"), and in North America - the coffee press.

For 8 years now we have been we produce freshly roasted coffee on the perfect Loring and Typhoon roasters, which allow you to reveal the taste qualities of fresh grain and achieve stability in production. We pack coffee in a modified gaseous medium (nitrogen), which significantly increases the period when the grain retains the entirety of its bouquet.

If you decide to buy coffee in our online store Eastbrew Coffee in the amount of 3000 rubles or more, the delivery of the entire order will be free for you to any corner of Russia.

We will start roasting coffee in Moscow only after your order. This way you get the coffee as fresh as possible. We grind it for any brewing method: you can buy coffee for dzhezva (turku), a geyser moka coffee maker, a coffee machine, an automatic machine, a horn coffee maker, a French press, an aeropress, a funnel, a kemex, a drip coffee maker and other ways of brewing coffee.

Our coffee can be bought in the online store, Yandex.Shop, Ozone and Yandex. On the Market, in our coffee shop in Moscow and in coffee shops throughout Russia, Belarus and Georgia.

To buy French coffee brewing presses wholesale, write us or register a wholesale account.