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French Roast + French Press

Strong, Cocoa, Bitter Sweet

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Select channi grind and use your tea strainer to make delicious coffee.
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Item Contents

  • One Coffee Packet
  • One French Press 600ml

Product Details






Chikmagalur, KN+ Shevaroys, TN



Our darkest the French Roast is a blend best enjoyed black for those who like their coffee bold, like a traditional espresso with bittersweet notes. If you’re looking to add milk and still retain a definite bite, this is a great choice.

We recommend brewing this as an espresso or using manual brewing equipment such as Moka Pot, French Press or South Indian filter.

Tasting Notes: Strong, Cocoa, Bitter Sweet

Roast Level: Very Dark


Brewing Guides

French Press

20 Coffee Amount
90 °C Water Temperature
3:30 Min Brew Time
250ml Water Volume
Very Coarse Grind Size

Brewing Method

  • Add coffee, pour 50ml of water and stir vigorously for a few seconds.
  • At 30 seconds, pour another 200ml of water.
  • Cover with lid and at 3:00 min, slowly plunge.
  • Pour in to your cup immediately after plunging to avoid over extracting the coffee.

South Indian Filter

20g Coffee Amount
98°C Water Temperature
10-15 Mins Brew Time
100ml Water Volume
Medium Fine (South Indian Filter) Grind Size

Brewing Method

  • Add coffee into top chamber.
  • Lightly press 3 times with plunger to level and compact slightly.
  • Pour 100ml hot water over top, place lid and let it drip through over 10 to 15 minutes.
  • Take the decoction and add milk, sugar or more hot water to your taste preference.

Moka Pot

10g Coffee Amount
50-60°C Water Temperature
2 Min Brew Time
100ml Water Volume
Medium Fine (Moka Pot) Grind Size

Brewing Method

  • Place water that is in between boiling and room temperature in the lower chamber and fill filter with coffee.
  • Screw on top and place on stove on high heat.
  • Remove from stove once you hear a hissing sound.

Inverted Aeropress

20g Coffee Amount
82°C Water Temperature
1:30 Min Brew Time
100+80ml Water Volume
Medium Coarse (Inverted Aeropress) Grind Size

Brewing Method

  • Using the inverted method, add coffee.
  • Start timer, add 100ml water, stir gently a few times and let brew for 1 minute.
  • Add cap with filter paper and flip Aeropress on to your cup.
  • Slowly press over the next 30 seconds. Top up with 80 ml hot water.

Cold Brew

100g Coffee Amount
Room Water Temperature
14 Hours Brew Time
1L Water Volume
Coarse (Cold brew) Grind Size

Brewing Method

  • Add coffee and filtered cold water in 1.5L vessel.
  • Stir so all grinds are wet.
  • Cover with a lid or cling wrap and leave on counter top at room temp. After 14 hours, stir grinds and filter through muslin cloth or cold brew filter.
  • Store in fridge for up to 4 days.


16g Coffee Amount
91°C Water Temperature
3 Min Brew Time
240ml Water Volume
Medium (Pourover) Grind Size

Brewing Method

  • Rinse filter paper with hot water to pre-heat cone.
  • Add coffee, start timer and pour 60ml of water to bloom for 30 seconds with no agitation.
  • Start pulsing 60ml of water every 30 seconds for a total of 3 times.
  • On the final pulse at 2 minutes leave the brew to filter through.
  • Aim for brew time of 3 minutes.


13g Coffee Amount
91°C Water Temperature
3:30 Min Brew Time
130ml Water Volume
Very Coarse (Channi) Grind Size

Brewing Method

  • Add coffee to vessel and start timer.
  • Pour water off the boil and stir for 10 seconds.
  • Cover the vessel and allow the coffee to brew for 3:30 minutes.
  • Pour through channi and top up with hot water or hot milk to your taste.

Home Espresso

14g Coffee Amount
88-95°C (pre-set machine) Water Temperature
25 Sec Brew Time
55ml Water Volume
Fine (Home Espresso) Grind Size

Brewing Method

  • Add cold water to your machine.
  • Place ground coffee in your basket, and very lightly press and flatten out the grinds with your tamper.
  • Insert handle into the machine and turn on to make espresso.
  • Start timer and stop machine a 2-3 seconds before recommended brew time as coffee will continue to drip through.
  • If you are using scales the shot should weigh between the suggested range.
  • Add steamed milk or hot water to taste.

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