Back to basics!

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Back to basics!

Postby chocaloca » 23 Feb 2011, 06:59

After trying a dozen different types of coffee makers (maybe a little exaggeration there)we have gone back to a basic cafetiere where you plunge the top in to make the coffee. So much easier!
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Re: Back to basics!

Postby DecafMom » 23 Feb 2011, 21:12

I'm not sure I even know what you're talking about! I use a standard drip coffeemaker. My mom uses the kind that sits on the stove and boils to make the coffee. I haven't heard of a plunger-style. Do you have a link so I could see it?
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Re: Back to basics!

Postby caffeineneeded » 24 Feb 2011, 05:37

I would like to see a link as well. We use a drip coffee maker as well. I have found that I like the one that has a carafe instead of a hot plate. We also like the reusable filter.
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Re: Back to basics!

Postby sophia » 17 Jul 2011, 13:07

Coffee continues to be one of the most demanded products in the world. Regardless of how you like your coffee or where you purchase it from, coffee comes in a variety of flavors and with a variety of adding for individual flavor. It is imperative to use the right method with the correct type and grind of your coffee. You have to choose the best coffee maker that will do the job. But with so many different types of makers out there, your job is not easy at all.
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Re: Back to basics!

Postby jennyffer777 » 14 Mar 2014, 07:31

After trying so many brands and mixes, went back to my local coffee shop - they do it so much better than me. ;)
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Re: Back to basics!

Postby Derek » 31 Mar 2014, 03:13

jennyffer777 wrote:After trying so many brands and mixes, went back to my local coffee shop - they do it so much better than me. ;)

Same for me here, never been a real barista, so let the professionals do their job. ;)
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