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Topic: New? French press/ travel mug (2 msgs / 54 lines)
1) From: frtamarazo
When the handle of my last Starbucks travel mug broke, I accidentally purchased a travel mug/ french press from Starbucks. It holds about 2 cups of coffee. It works as well as any of my other French presses and it is practical when I want to cut the 3-4 minutes off of my brewing time. It was on clearance in some stores for 14.99, reg. 19.99 so I bought two.
Frank from NJ
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2) From: Myron Joshua
Well Frank, first I was worried-'cuz a few years ago i got a Starbucks
travel press/mug for $5.00. It was a double walled simple plastic press with
a Christmas picture-and since I was there after the holidays it was priced
down from $10.00 (Actually $9.99;-)
Then i went to www.bodum.com
The Travel Presses are designed and made by them. I see that they have
broadened their line and apparently improved it with stronger materials.
They still have the $9.99 press/mug but also have a $14.95 model with fancy
grip (is the press simple plastic or some hi-tech poly something or other??.
They also have a thermal travel press for about $25.00 that looks like good
unbreakable plastic.
At any rate, your post brought good thoughts of drinking good (real!!)
coffee at the Grand Canyon. (Thank God for the nice lady at the "coffee"
shop who offered me hot water etc-I do not drink my coffee with any
etceteras;-)
Enjoy, myron


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