Covfaffe


#1085

Yep!


#1086

In fact, the others apart from the Shakiso are Yirgacheffes too.


#1087

Just worth repeating that line. Lest we forget.
I shall use it elsewhere.


#1088

Try it before sex. :ok_hand:


#1089

quite fancy a syphonic brewer


#1090

Nah, boiled/overheated coffee grounds…:grimacing:


#1091

Am I supposed to be leaving the beans for a while before grinding them, If hasbean are roasting them today and I get them tomorrow how long does it take for them to degas or is it not worth worrying about?

Have just made some coffee from the beans I got today and it smells and tastes a bit sour.


#1092

nein - 93 deg C


#1093

under extracted? How long did the extraction take?


#1094

not sure, about two or three minutes, it’s a technivorm filter machine.


#1095

That sounds a bit short.


#1096

Have just timed it to make 4 cups (500 ml), total of 3 mins 15 seconds

Takes 2 minutes for the water tank to heat and empty then another 1 min 15 for the coffee to finish dripping.


#1097

https://www.peets.com/learn/how-to-brew-pour-over


#1098

You mean you make coffee in less than four hours? Loser! :rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl:


#1099

‘What do we want?’
‘A hot drink!’
‘When do we want it?’
‘Much later on!’


#1100

Has the recipe been working well previously with other coffee? Coffee that is just roasted gives off a lot of Co2 when water is added making it difficult for water to penetrate the grinds. I think this is a bigger problem for espresso machines but still has an effect with filter. I try and leave beans a week before using but often lose patience!

Coffee does vary tremendously from bean to bean. I think altitude, process, variety and roast etc all affect the density and or how porous any given bean is.

Adjust your grind finer and see how you go. You are at a disadvantage with an automatic machine because it does what it does…


#1101

Mentalist!


#1102

I agree


#1103

tenor%20(4)


#1104

Just ordered some of that and their Christmas filter blend.