Bored: lets try espresso beans in an auto-drip?

psycho supreme

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Alright, I was very bored and I'm stuck home in a snowstorm. I decided to try running some espresso beans through and automatic drip.

Ewwww, to say the least.

The somewhat dark roasted espresso beans produced a very blan and monotone flavour with a very dry finish.

Never again, hahah.
 

equus007

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autobrew

I autobrew beans that I use on my espresso machinee all the time. The only real drawback is the paper filter.

Out of curiosity has there ever been developed a filter for automats that doesn't absorb the oils so much.
(P.S. don't try a fine espresso grind unless you want to clean up sludge all day)
 
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psycho supreme

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Re: autobrew

equus007 said:
(P.S. don't try a fine espresso grind unless you want to clean up sludge all day)
I have a burr grinder at my house.


equus007 said:
Out of curiosity has there ever been developed a filter for automats that doesn't absorb the oils so much.

In simple, yes.
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Its a "gold-tone filter" and it works with a medium grind suitable for an auto-drip.
 
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