We need an awesome package designed for our French press box.
The box size is 5.5in deep by 6.25in wide by 9in high. We've attached a picture of a plain white box
On the front, we need the picture of our French press (We've attached the photo, but we'd appreciate you putting it into 3d rendering form). Also, we need our logo and the following:
French Press Coffee Maker
4 cup, 34oz capacity
On one of the sides or back (use your discretion as to where to put it), we need to have the following:
Brewsion French Press Coffee Maker
Experience Coffee The Way It Was Meant To Taste....In Just 4 Easy Steps
We want the instructions on how to use the French press in a picture form (Or illustration form), so we've attached a sample picture for your review (Note: this is NOT our coffee press in the picture--we've attached it simply for an example). Some variation of this is fine, but this is what the general idea needs to be the following 4 steps:
Step 1) For every cup of coffee desired, place 1 heaping tablespoon of coursely ground coffee into the French Press
Step 2) Pour hot (not boiling) water in the French Press for as many cups as you desire. Leave a minimum of 1 inch space at the top. Stir with a spoon.
Step 3) Place the plunger unit on top of the French Press. Turn the lid to close off the pour spout opening. Do not press down. Let the coffee brew for 4 minutes.
Step 4) Lower the plunger slowly straight down into the French Press. Turn the lid to open the pour spout and then pour coffee.
Some Additional Tips: (italicize the title)
1) Preheat the Press: Because the Brewsion French Press consists of glass, it is a good idea to pour some warm water in the press before you shock it with near-boiling water. Putting warm water in the pot raises the temperature of the glass and lowers the risk of the glass cracking. If you like, you can also preheat your coffee cup with warm water so that your cup of coffee will not cool immediately when it comes in contact with the cool ceramic material.
2) If brewing more coffee than you will drink at one time, wrap the French Press with a towel to keep the coffee warmer longer.
3) Do not pour boiling water into the French Press. The ideal temperature of water to use is between 195° and 205°F. So, if you have boiling water, you want to let it sit for a few minutes so that it can get to the proper temperature.
4)When you begin pouring the water into the press, pour just enough to cover the grounds initially. This will saturate the coffee and allow it to expand properly before the rest of the water is added.Add the water until the pot is about two-thirds of the way full and begin to stir the grounds and water together. This will aid in the extraction process and result in more flavorful coffee.
5) The optimum brewing time is 4 minutes. However, the longer you let the coffee steep the stronger it will be. Therefore, remember, if you are brewing more coffee than you can drink in one sitting, the coffee that remains in the French Press will continue to brew stronger. You can pour the remaining coffee in a thermous to keep it warm and prevent it from continuing to brew.
6) Make sure to use a coarse grind because if you use a finer grind of coffee, it can get stuck in the filter and/or push it's way through, leaving grinds in your brewed coffee. If the grinds get stuck in the filter, it will be harder to press down the filter, possibly leading to spillage or breakage; your coffee will have grinds in it; and the coffee may become bitter, as the finer grinds that passed through the filter remain in contact with the coffee for too long.
We also need the following somewhere on the box:
2)Made In China
3)Dishwasher safe--Top rack only
4)Materials: BPA-free Plastic , Borosilicate Glass, Stainless Steel Strainer
Also, we want the following:
Why Use A French Press?
It has been said by many that using a French Press to brew your coffee is like an awakening of the coffee experience.
Coffee has natural oils which contribute to its natural and unique flavor. When using an automatic coffee maker, these oils are absorbed into the paper filters, retracting from how coffee was meant to be.
Taste what coffee is like in it’s purest form….smooth, robust, decadent.
Enjoy your Brewsion French Press.
Somewhere we also need instructions on how to clean it:
To Clean Your French Press:
After brewing your coffee, simply rinse out the French Press and the filter.
The Brewsion French Press is dishwasher safe, top rack only.