This French Press from Hario is Made with an Olive Wood Finish

By: David Ingram - Sep 28, 2015
References: kaufmann-mercantile
Japanese heat-resistant glassware company Hario has designed this classic French coffee press that has been made to the highest of standards.

The Japanese company began making glassware for laboratories in 1921 and eventually branched out in the 1940s when it recognized that its heatproof glass could be utilized in the coffee industry. The 'Olive Wood French Press' follows Hario's high standard of quality and features double-walled glass to help keep beverages warm both during and after brewing. An attractive olive wood-accented holding handle and lid is paired alongside shiny stainless steel for a refined addition to your morning breakfast routine.

The glass container is also able to hold approximately two cups at a time, and uses the French press method of brewing coffee which creates a more rich and flavorful cup of coffee.