i currently use a press pot ... a now aging starbucks thermal pot given to me as a house-warming gift 5 years ago ...... to make about 1 litre of coffee every morning.... in toronto, canada
i like the look of this method, with no filters to buy and toss.... a more elegant version of the melitta filter of my student days or more like an old french cafe filtre? but how is the brew i wonder???? and where do i buy it???
yakster Senior Member Joined: 25 Feb 2009 Posts: 1,026 Location: San Jose, CA Expertise: I live coffee
Espresso: Gaggia Factory / La Peppina... Grinder: Vario / Kyocera Vac Pot: Yama 8 + Pyrex Lox-in Rod Drip: Brazen / Kalita / Chemex /... Roaster: Behmor
Posted Sun Feb 14, 2010, 7:50am Subject: Re: looking for experience with or information about ...............
Interesting, ceramic filter plate in what looks like a pour-over design. I couldn't find any links on where to buy this, but this should give you a nice, clean tasting cup with flavors like a vacuum pot using a glass rod. Looks like you'll have to control the contact time with the grind size and your pour, however.
If you pick one of these up, let us know how it works out.
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