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Old 02-07-2014, 08:42 PM   #21
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I use one of these with fresh ground Fair Trade Sumatra Mandheling

from Coffee Beans Direct

http://www.coffeebeandirect.com/roas...andheling.html


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French press, both at home and at work (and one for hop infusion experiments)

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I cold brew coffee concentrate in a mason jar and then filter out the grinds. I can make a weeks worth of concentrate at once, keep it in the fridge, and boil a pot of water every morning to dilute for consumption.

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At work during the week: Americano using Aeropress
At home on the weekends: Cafe Cubano using a mokapot

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At work during the week: Americano using Aeropress
At home on the weekends: Cafe Cubano using a mokapot
Aeropress is awesome for the $

I have Crossland CC1 and Baratza Preciso for my morning espresso and drinks. And of course fresh roasted beans
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How many cups per ounce do you guys use when cold brewing?

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How many cups per ounce do you guys use when cold brewing?
Ounces per cup? Dunno. I use 2 tbsp per cup. I drink a 10-cup pot every day, so that's 20 scoops.

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Just talking about cold brewing. Work coffee is from a maker. At home I use French press. About 1.5 oz per 2 cups. A tablespoon is pretty comparable to an ounce it seems. Just wondering if more coffee is needed for cold brewing because I tried it last night and the color is lighter but the flavor is really good drinking it cold

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