Espro has debuted the Espro Press P3 French press coffeemaker.
According to Espro, the brand’s patented double micro-filter enables the Press P3 to make coffee with a French press flavor without the grit. It is designed with a buffer between the filters and the mechanism automatically isolates the coffee grinds and tea leaves to block further extraction, ensuring consistent taste. Made with Schott-Duran glass, the company said that the walls of the press are 40% thicker to help keep beverages hotter longer, and a safety tab is said to ensure the glass beaker does not slide out while pouring.
“We’ve received such strong support of our Press P5, both from the coffee and tea communities and from consumers, that we wanted to offer an even more accessible version to fit every lifestyle and budget,” said Bruce Constantine, president and co-founder, Espro. “It houses all of the same technology that make our presses so unique, with the same style and design that our customers expect from our products.”
The Espro Press P3 French press is available at coffee shops and Sur la Table retailers nationwide. It has a suggested retail price of $39.95.