help with brewing ground coffee?

Hi Everyone!

I just purchased a packet of Starbucks ground coffee French Roast and I’m not sure how to brew it, as I’ve never brewed coffee before. I feel very tempted to purchase a french press maker because it’s the quickest, but I don’t know if the French Roast coffee is coarse enough for the french press. (Can somebody please tell me if the French Roast is coarse or not?) My other option is to purchase a drip coffee maker, but I heard it takes a while to brew coffee with this machine. Does anyone know how long it really takes to brew coffee with a drip coffee maker? Thank you!


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