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Develop coffee flavors with a BonJour French Press

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In the fast paced, grab and go world, a carefully brewed cup of coffee is often overlooked. While convenience has a place, the depth, robust flavor from a French Press cup of coffee cannot be matched with a single cup brewer.

Using a French Press, gives the home chef total control over the brewing environment. The various combinations of water temperature, brew time and grind type create an unique cup of coffee time and time again. With a course grind, the French Press brews a flavorful cup of coffee every time.

BonJour, a Meyer Corporation brand, has been a leader in the gourmet coffee, tea and culinary products industry. For Fall 2014, BonJour is introducing four new French Press coffee makers: Riviera, Bijoux, Chevron and La Petite. Additionally, BonJour's top-selling Maximus French Press expands with two new hues, Purple and Blue.

For the casual contemporary look, Riviera is styled with a low profile black lid and easy to grasp, squared-off black handle. Riviera's carafe is crafted from clear borosilicate glass, a seemingly delicate material that is highly durable and heat-resistant. A detachable, heat resistant black rubber coaster helps prevent carafe breakage and protects surfaces. New Riviera is available in a 3-Cup size ($19.99).

Elegantly designed to enhance each morning's coffee beverage routine, and to impress guests when entertaining, BonJour's vintage-style Bijoux features a gleaming stainless steel tiered dome lid and a complementary polished stainless steel frame. The carafe is made from durable, heat resistant, clear borosilicate glass. To reduce sediments in coffee cups, Bijoux offers BonJour's patented filtering lid. Additionally, Bijoux's classically designed black handle, secured to the carafe with stainless steel fittings, ensures a sturdy and comfortable grip. Complete with a handy coffee scoop, Bijoux French Press is offered in three sizes: a generous 12-Cup ($59.99), mid-size 8-Cup ($39.99), and single portion 3-Cup ($29.99).

Balancing artistic sleek modern style with function, the BonJour Chevron French Press impresses with the striking, stainless steel frame with V-shape cutout patterns. Chevron's distinctive metal frame provides further protection of the borosilicate glass carafe from accidental breakage. Chevron features BonJour's breakthrough FlavorLock(TM) system, which shuts the brewing process with an easy twist of the knob on the lid; and BonJour's patented filtering lid, an innovative design that reduces the amount of coffee sediment. New Chevron is available in an 8-Cup size for $59.99.

Understanding that milk and coffee are a perfect pair, the La Petite French Press comes in a Two-Piece La Petite French Press and Frother Set. In a neutral black with tempered glass, this French press offers a classic bistro style. The Two-Piece La Petite French Press and Frother Set, featuring the 3-Cup French Press and BonJour's easy to use, manual milk frother ($29.99).

The original BonJour 8-Cup Maximus ($49.99), a classic bistro-style French Press that has remained a favorite among coffee lovers for more than a decade, is re-energized this year with the addition of Purple and Blue. Maximus is crafted from clear borosilicate glass, and features BonJour's breakthrough Flavor Lock(TM) system and patented filtering lid.

Riviera, Bijoux and Chevron are available now at retail nationwide. La Petite and Maximus in new Purple and Blue will be available at retail nationwide in fall 2014.

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