Try It Tuesday: KONA French Press Filter Replacement

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KONA French Press Replacement Screen Parts (2-Pack)
Manufacturer: Idylc Home
Shipping Weight: 2.9 ounces
Source: Product provided by the manufacturer for review

  • COMPATIBILITY ~ Each Replacement Screen Fit Prefectly onto the 34 ounce KONA French Press & is Compatible with Most 8-cup Coffee Press Designs such as Bodum, Frieling, Nissan, Grosche, Primula, Francois, Bonjour, Boudin, lisbon, Mr. Coffee, Thermos
  • HIGHEST QUALITY ~ Easy to Clean Fine Mesh Screen Made of Heavy Gauge Stainless Steel with a new & improved tightly weaved design pattern reinforces and strengthens the mesh disc ensures a much longer service life than normal mesh filters
  • Each Replacement Filter Measures Approximately 4 Inches in Diameter with Tightly Folded Edges. Remember to Replace your Reusable Filter Parts Often to Guarantee a Delicious Cup Every Morning!
  • DOUBLE SCREEN FILTER SYSTEM ~ Turn your Kona French Press or Any 34oz Coffee Press into a double screen filter system, that means an even better snug fit between the hemmed outer edge of the mesh screen & glass wall providing an even tighter fit and better filtering. Simply apply a second screen and instantly benefit with absolutely no grounds in your coffee guaranteed.
  • Love Coffee & Loose Tea but only one french press? Now with two screen you can designate one screen for tea & one for coffee. Stop tainting your coffee or tea with the after taste of your last brew, reclaim the true flavor you learned to love.

 

Review: As I reviewed the KONA French Press Coffee Maker a few months ago, I was asked to try the new filter replacements.

I’m not a coffee connoisseur so I wasn’t sure I would even know the difference between coffee made with the new filter versus the old. My idea was to brew back to back coffee, first using the old filter then using the new filter and I was surprised to find that I could tell the difference.

The new filter brewed a slightly more flavorful, slightly richer cup of coffee. As I’ve said, I don’t know much about coffee – I just know what I like and what I don’t. This, I liked. I read another review where the user swapped out the filters between coffee and tea to keep the flavors separate. This is a great idea for those that brew both.

The filters came in a nice little DVD mailing envelope so they were not destroyed during shipping. However, there were no instructions on how to remove and replace the filters – I had to figure it out on my own. (I’m sure the original paperwork that came with the French Press would tell me but, honestly, who wants to go rooting around for those?) Luckily, I figured it out without too much trouble.

The price seems great – two filters for what you would normally pay for one. These filters also work in other French Press brands so they’re worth looking into no matter what make you use.

 

 

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