Espro Travel Anti-Bitter French Press, 32-Ounce

Last updated: August 31, 2022


This French press's main feature is its double filter, situated in a bucket-shaped cup. Both are finer than the standard French press filters and will keep your coffee free of grounds. This model also retains heat better than most glass carafes, thanks to the partial plastic sheath.

We looked at the top French Presses and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best French Press you should buy.

Product Details

Key Takeaway: A partial plastic sheath helps this French press keep your coffee warmer longer. Plus, it has a double filter to keep your brew free from chewy grounds.

In our analysis of 79 expert reviews, the Espro Travel Anti-Bitter French Press, 32-Ounce placed 13th when we looked at the top 18 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Available two sizes: 18 oz (makes 1.5-2 US cup, 3-4 EU cup), 32 oz (makes 3-4 US cup, 6-8 EU cup). Coffee press includes double-microfilters with twist-lock for easy separation. Tea press includes new tea-specific double-microfilter. Schott-Duran made-in-Germany glass, 40% thicker than industry standard French presses, with functional form to automatically close and seal the tea filter to prevent over-extraction; patent-pending safety-lock robotically assembled to ensure precise placement. Filters are BPA, BPS and phthalate free. Patented and global patents pending.

Expert Reviews


What reviewers liked

The clear front-runner among our tasting panel, this Espro model offers an unusual bucket-shaped double filter that’s much finer than most and will keep your coffee almost as grit-free as pour-over.
The Espro's glass carafe was also slightly better at retaining heat than the Chambord's, keeping the coffee seven degrees warmer inside the pot after 30 minutes.

What reviewers didn't like

But compared to the Chambord's chrome frame, the Espro's plastic frame and handle felt a bit chintzy and fell short on style points.
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