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Bodum Brazil 1-1/2-Liter French Press Coffee Maker, 12-Cup, Black--$18.15

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Dec 24, 2017
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Wait, 1.5 L = 12 cups? What am I missing?
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Dec 27, 2020
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Pingalino wrote: Wait, 1.5 L = 12 cups? What am I missing?
bodom's ideas of cups are 125ml.
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Pingalino wrote: Wait, 1.5 L = 12 cups? What am I missing?
Nothing. 1 cup of coffee In North America is like 4 cups of coffee in say Europe. So our coffee mugs we fill up is in a sense a bit large.
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This is true, but Europeans tend to use more coffee grounds per ml of water, so the coffee is actually stronger than your average North American coffee.
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Is it just the one colour? I broke my copper version. On the hunt for that! Great French press BTW. The build is much nicer than my old Ikea one.
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ben35 wrote: This is true, but Europeans tend to use more coffee grounds per ml of water, so the coffee is actually stronger than your average North American coffee.
Lol!! I had a good chuckle when I read this. It is true and the reason I found it funny was cause to make it 'taste' stronger we have darker roasts. If anyone wants a real kick in the kajoules grab a short black...or a long black. Alternatively here we also have CAF from black rifle coffee. That's a good jolt of caffeine for your system.

All this talk of coffee ...think I need to go make a cup now.
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I ended up getting a metal one, (double wall steel, so it keeps the coffee warm as well), and haven’t had to replace my glass ones.. ;)
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SindbadRFD wrote: How does this compare to IKEA ones ?
It costs about $8 more.

(I have a Bodum and an Ikea. There's no functional difference.)
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SindbadRFD wrote: How does this compare to IKEA ones ?
Don't think there's any difference
but the Ikea one is only 34oz, for me, it's like a 2 cup coffee maker
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After trying many different coffee making devices, the Aeropress is by far my favourite. Best tasting, easy cleanup, i breakable and you can make coffee in so many different ways. Best $40 I’ve spent.

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