Coffee for One French Press
The one drawback to french press coffee is that you really need to drink the whole pot in a short time frame. Since the grounds are pressed to the bottom of the pot and kept there, any liquid remaining will continue to brew and will, most likely, become unpleasantly bitter. This isn’t usually a problem if you have two or more people to share the pot, but it definitely is an issue if you’re drinking alone. This Coffee for One French Press is a cute solution. It’s a single-serving french press that stacks on top of a mug for serving. It brews a 14-ounce cup – which is usually plenty for one sitting – and is microwave safe (except for the plunger) so you can heat up water in the cup and minimize the amount of work/number of dishes you need when using the press.