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French Press

Posted in Life
by Emma Elwin on 28 September, 2016

You only need is water and coffee, no filter or coffee capsules needed.

French press, Tiamo. 

I get so inspired by the lovely Lauren who writes the blog Trash is for tossers. She is writing about how to live a trash free life, please have a look at her site! You won’t be sorry! Since coffee is vital for me to function as a normal human being right now I was so happy when I found this stainless steal french press pot. It’s completely plastic free, keep the coffee warm and the only thing you need is water and coffee. No filter or coffee capsules needed. And not to mention the taste, in my opinion it’s the best coffee there is! When I make a port the smell reminds me of when when we spent our summers on their sailboat, my mother would make french press coffee.


3 Comments

Chloe: Hi, I love Lauren, She is such an inspiration, try making her deodorant, it works great. For more inspiration read Bea Johnsons Zero Waste Home Book. It is truly life changing. Keep on going, you are doing a great job!
September 27, 2016

Emma Elwin: It's from Tiamo :)
September 27, 2016

Ninna: Hi Emma, what's the brand of your press. It looks great - and Lauren's site is indeed very informative and fun, too!
September 27, 2016

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