The Portland Press Uses a Household Container to Brew Java Without Fuss

By: Michael Hemsworth - Published: • References: crowdsupply and uncrate
The Mason jar is used for a plethora of different tasks from preserving to drinking and the Portland Press adds another use to the multifaceted container by allowing coffee brewing within one. The Portland Press works exactly like a standard French press, except uses a Mason jar in place of a traditional pot to make the product that much more convenient. When the included jar gets old or breaks, it is easy to replace and supports sustainability.

The Portland Press main components are created using raw materials that are sourced from within the United States and are handmade in Oregon. As if these features weren't enough, the Portland Press comes backed with a full lifetime warranty.

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