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    New from Japan

    Hi all,

    I'm new in the coffee world and started to drink coffee around 3 years.
    Mainly I got influence from my wife whereby she is a coffee drinker.
    I'm a black coffee drinker (drip), sometime latte or flat white, espresso
    But I still love the black coffee or espresso.

    I'm slowing looking for nice coffee and exploring some around some nice cafe in Tokyo.

    Recently, I just invested and start Hario Syphon Coffee Maker.
    I am still learning to drew my own coffee and enjoy with my lovely wife.

    If there have any advise please let me know.

    Thank you and have a good day and weekend.



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    hi md from Japan,
    welcome to forum.
    Syphon coffee maker is an awesome device for making great coffee. I also have one, not Hario, but i bought one from our another long time forum member, "coffee junkie" few years back. Not as easy to operate as Aerpress, so nowadays, I am mostly using AP and Pour over for most of my coffees. Also, I use French Press to make cold brew in Summer time. (3 times a week).

    I think that another our long time forum member, "John P" is super expert in Syphon coffee maker. I remember seeing him demonstrating in a TV channel with his syphon coffee makers. if you can check out his previous threads, you will find a lot out it and learn so much about how to make perfect coffee.

    thanks and take care.

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    Hi Ensoluna,

    I tried it last weekend and took me to slow prepared to ensure everything is in place and timer too.
    My first attempt was a little mess up at the last 1 min of waiting time my fame when off around 30sec after I needed to wait for 1mins.

    But overall the taste didn't turn out that bad and I really love it.
    I am very happy with it and willing to spend a little more time to make a nice and good coffee.

    life is short and Coffee needs time to prepare and enjoy.

    but next time I will need to check and make sure I have enough fluids to complete the whole brewing process.

    I will checkout "John P".

    Thank you so much for your advise!

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    Hi, I'm from Canada. What an international forum!

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    Quote Originally Posted by brianirwin View Post
    Hi, I'm from Canada. What an international forum!
    Hi Brian, how are you? and welcome to forum.
    where in Canada you are from? and how cold is it? :+) Must be snowing by now unless you are living in B.C.

 

 

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