The title pretty much explains it all. I live alone and love to drink coffee. I prefer the French Press for a multitude of reasons, but I always make the entire carafe so I can have multiple cups. My only problem is that I have the basic glass carafe which doesn't insulate my coffee very well. By the time I finish the first cup the rest of my delicious concoction is cold. I was hoping you all could give me a few recommendations for insulated French Presses. Thanks!
Will had a video from SEA this summer...
Here it is the Espro
Not tried an Espro, but it's on the list of coffee gadgets to buy.
In the past I have used a french press and then decanted it into a thermos to keep it at a drinkable temperature and to stop it brewing. Worked ok. Need to pre heat the thermos first.
Ikea has one now! It's great! (bought one) and cheap compared to say Bodum...
Made of stainless, gonna live forever...
I have this one from Bodum:
To be honest, I use it for tea, but I've had it ~5 years now and its been awesome. Also easy to take apart if you want to do a deep cleaning on the plunger assembly. And bodum sells replacement cross plates with the silicone ring if you feel like yours is wearing out.