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5 Methods to Make Italian-Style Coffee at Home. The Winner Was Clear


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Interesting.  I usually use a percullator if i have the time.    French press if i don't.
I used a French Press for years (still hold it in high regard).

Used until I picked up an Aeropress for travel (unbreakable plastic vs glass).

I found myself enjoying the coffee a little more and as a bonus less messy.

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2 hours ago, TBO said:

I used a French Press for years (still hold it in high regard).

Used until I picked up an Aeropress for travel (unbreakable plastic vs glass).

I found myself enjoying the coffee a little more and as a bonus less messy.

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I've not used an Aeropress.   Perhaps it's something to look into.  French press makes an excellent cup of coffee with no mess.

I have one that is plastic that works well for camping as well.

Nothing...tastes better...than a cup of coffee on a cool mourning outside.

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I am tempted to get an aeropress but for some reason I think I bought one or a clone and was not impressed.  I am sure if I order one I will find it.

I am skeptical of any coffee test done with skanky Starbucks burnt caca.

 

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58 minutes ago, RenoF250 said:

I am tempted to get an aeropress but for some reason I think I bought one or a clone and was not impressed.  I am sure if I order one I will find it.

I am skeptical of any coffee test done with skanky Starbucks burnt caca.

 

 

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It is really hard to beat a Technivorm Moccamaster for everyday coffee.

On my bar sits a really fancy espresso machine, two very different pod machines, and we have an aeropress, a few frenchies, and some pour overs.

99.9% of the time, the Moccamaster delivers the juice.

If you don't roast your own, may I recommend Daz Bog French Roast.  I order it online (I think in 10 lb bags).

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It is really hard to beat a Technivorm Moccamaster for everyday coffee.
On my bar sits a really fancy espresso machine, two very different pod machines, and we have an aeropress, a few frenchies, and some pour overs.
99.9% of the time, the Moccamaster delivers the juice.
If you don't roast your own, may I recommend Daz Bog French Roast.  I order it online (I think in 10 lb bags).
Volume definitely plays into it for some.

I drink 2-6 cups (standard) per day. As such an Aeropress (or even a French Press) is fine for that level.

If I needed 12+ cups per day an automatic drip would start to look more appealing.

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I have a Bunn machine... drips into a carafe, which does a good job of keep the coffee hot/warm most of the day. Most decent eateries/cafes use Bunn machines, and the coffee served is uniformly good. It's not gourmet coffee, but truck drivers seem to approve.

For me, a good cup of coffee is a combination of machine, coffee, filtered water, and a decent vessel to drink the coffee from.

Keurig is not coffee. Sorry if someone is offended, but that's this Marine's opinion.

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14 hours ago, RenoF250 said:

I am tempted to get an aeropress but for some reason I think I bought one or a clone and was not impressed.  I am sure if I order one I will find it.

I am skeptical of any coffee test done with skanky Starbucks burnt caca.

 

So it's not just me.  I think Starbucks sucks!  

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