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    Brewing with steam?

    I have never seen anything like this new brewer, check it out at indiegogo, search for icoffee.

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    Hello "bigmike"

    That's an unusual type of coffee brewer.

    Did you stumble upon it as you were exploring the Internet, or are you affiliated with the inventor or investors?

    By the way, Welcome to the Coffee Forums!

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    You can make espresso using steam pressure. The pressurized steam is forced through coffee from ground to a fine powder. A non-electronic steam pressure brewing device called Moka Pots is one of these devices. Moka Pots is good and low cost alternative for brewing espresso at home. The method of brewing in this device creates an extremely concentrated brew in a short period of time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoffeeLovers View Post
    You can make espresso using steam pressure. The pressurized steam is forced through coffee from ground to a fine powder. A non-electronic steam pressure brewing device called Moka Pots is one of these devices. Moka Pots is good and low cost alternative for brewing espresso at home. The method of brewing in this device creates an extremely concentrated brew in a short period of time.
    Moka steam pressure forces the water up through the grounds.... it doesn't brew by "steaming the grounds"

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    ... also, Moka pots do not make espresso, they make a concentrated coffee.
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    I just came acrossed it, I have used kickstarter before but not indiegogo. I am in no way a coffee expert, but I do love the stuff! I have never heard of steam brewing before, just wondering if anyone thinks might be a good investment?
    Last edited by Bigmike; 07-31-2013 at 07:16 PM.

 

 

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