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Posted Fri Feb 12, 2010, 8:28am
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Hello , i found this forum while searching for answers  on the web about a cofee maker I have been trying to find for years.
I hope that someone here can help me.
Several years ago say in the mid 90's there was a morning show on ABC (I think) called Mike and Maty.
On the show one day they had coffee  maker  ,like a french press that you would put your freshly ground beans in and add water. The press would act over night and the next morning you had a pot of the coffee oil  basically.
Then you used a couple of spoonfulls of the coffee in your cup and added near boiling water .
the result was (according to the show hosts) a very rich flavorful coffe that was not bitter but very strong.
According to expert hosts , coffee becomes bitter by being boiled.
Now i dont know if its true or not but I have been intrigued with the idea and would like to try it  if I could find the device.
i thought it was made by Braun but I havent been able to find one.
Is anyone  familiar with a device of this sort or the process.
Thanks
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Posted Fri Feb 12, 2010, 9:10am
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Sounds like you're thinking of a cold-brew system. There are a few designs. A quick internet search on cold brew coffee will yield them. Here's links to a couple:
http://www.toddycafe.com/shop/product.php?productId=67
http://www.hourglasscoffee.com/

 
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