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kaa
kaa
Coffee is so difficult to nail consistently, which is down to the number of variables. It starts off with the type of bean; which country did it come from? How was it roasted; dark or light? How did you grind it; what setting and was it a burr grinder? What kind of water did you use; so... www.kaa.bz
Munish
Munish

@kaa also, your palette will also change durring the day

kaa
kaa

@Munish Great point! The person drinking will run through different moods throughout the day as well!

Burk
Burk

@kaa I am always amazed how different my pours are day-to-day even with how hard I try to manage each variable. Recently I have started being a little less precise with each item and "go with the flow" to get a somewhat unique cup each day. 😀☕️

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pimoore
pimoore

@kaa Although I have a French and AeroPress, I like pourovers best so I’ve honed my technique by sticking with Chemex for large morning brews with my wife, and V60 for single brews. Both of them are using James Hoffman’s pourover method with excellent and consistent results.

josephaleo
josephaleo

@peterimoore I prefer my Melitta but I ran out of filters. I’m too lazy to buy more so I’ve been using my AeroPress Go. I may have to order Prismo’s reusable filter.

kaa
kaa

@peterimoore Yes! James Hoffman! I also been following his V60 technique. I recently added his 'espresso' Aeropress technique which I have loving - but it further highlighted to me how much variance there is :).

kaa
kaa

@Burk Scales let me get part of the way there ...but I never get the water volumes right :)