The exquisitely simply French-press coffeepot yields a brew that is thicker and more full-bodied than that from a drip coffee maker, says this columnist. The technique involves letting boiling water sit for a half-minute before just covering the coarsely ground beans, which allows them to release their fragrance. Then fill the carafe and wait four minutes before depressing the plunger and enjoying a fresh-brewed cup.

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