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Pour Over Coffee ! ! !

danielgilbert828

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I recently discovered the pour over coffee brewing method and will never go back to keurig again! I got the "8 cup" (32 oz) bodum pour over coffee brewer. For kettle i have the Oxo 32oz (1 liter) electric kettle. And i've been using my favorite coffee: cafe bustelo espresso ground. So far so good!. I've got some black rifle coffee on order from amazon so we will see how that goes.


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PinkRose

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I've always liked climbing trees. Getting a little old for that now though.


I know what you mean. I used to like the view from way up high beyond the rooftops.
If you go too far out on a limb, it's liable to snap off, and the thump when you hit the ground would certainly hurt more now than it would have many years ago.
 

JeffD

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Jan 27, 2022
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Keurig is greatly improved by using 6 oz of water (standard single cup of coffee) per K-cup. Want a full 12 oz mug, make it twice.

At the proper strength, and a good brand of coffee, Keurig is not terrible, maybe even good.


I am being serious. I hear you groaning out there. 6 oz maximum for each K-cup, and get good coffee. It is quick and very good. Very good when you value quick not fiddly.

I use a Keurig to brew that first cup in the morning, which I use to fuel doing my pour over for the second and third cup.
 
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GeoM

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Jan 23, 2022
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I recently discovered the pour over coffee brewing method and will never go back to keurig again! I got the "8 cup" (32 oz) bodum pour over coffee brewer. For kettle i have the Oxo 32oz (1 liter) electric kettle. And i've been using my favorite coffee: cafe bustelo espresso ground. So far so good!. I've got some black rifle coffee on order from amazon so we will see how that goes.


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I have a ceramic filter holder with large hole.... I use a gold fine mesh metal filter. They last a few years. Just empty and rinse
 
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