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Posted Sun Oct 7, 2012, 2:26pm
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Craig are the Melitta 8-12 too tall?
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Posted Sun Oct 7, 2012, 3:04pm
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Adam,
I don't have any Melitta 8-12 basket filters.
What I do have from all of my various Bunn brewers & others is the Bunn A10/Retail - 8 & 10 cup filters (Product # 20106.0000  8" x 3") & they were too tall & I had to trim them to fit.

The Bunn Regular (Product # 20115.000  9" x 4") were too tall also.

 
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Posted Sun Oct 7, 2012, 3:09pm
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Yup I'll be doing that with my reserve until I can find the filters that are shorter :)
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Posted Sun Oct 7, 2012, 3:12pm
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69 grams of a 4-day old homeroast blend of Gedeo Worka and Nicaragua Dipilto Cielo Azul. 204, 1:20 pre-soak, 1.2L in the metal filter was absolutely spectacular. Fruit, spice, and chocolate notes were all nicely layered and the cup had beautiful body. Possibly the finest cup of drip coffee I've ever had. Dang!
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Posted Sun Oct 7, 2012, 3:13pm
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Adam,
The filter basket will the BraZen is such a microfine screen hole size that the coffee is very clean (I leave about an ounce or so in the carafe to prevent carryover) that all but two of the brews were with the basket!

P.S. Excellent George! {;-)

 
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Posted Sun Oct 7, 2012, 3:34pm
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I must admit, previously I despised gold filters but am beginning to really enjoy the cup using it.

I do set the grind a tad coarser but it's a fine cup. My wife who rarely comments on the cup did so this morning w/ gold filter- 4 day old Guat El Injerto Pacamara just at the edge of 2C w/tiny amount of oil droplets on a few beans.

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Posted Sun Oct 7, 2012, 5:09pm
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GVDub Said:

69 grams of a 4-day old homeroast blend of Gedeo Worka and Nicaragua Dipilto Cielo Azul. 204, 1:20 pre-soak, 1.2L in the metal filter was absolutely spectacular. Fruit, spice, and chocolate notes were all nicely layered and the cup had beautiful body. Possibly the finest cup of drip coffee I've ever had. Dang!

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wow that's sounds amazing!  mmm

i've still yet to brew anything from mine.  The plastic smell is still bothering me and i havent acquired a drip grinder(dont really wanna grind that much through the hario skerton)
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Posted Sun Oct 7, 2012, 5:18pm
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Frank.. leave the lid off to air, it's the only thing of plastic there in the upper portion

 
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Posted Sun Oct 7, 2012, 5:24pm
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hey joe, i wiped the lid down and it seems to have helped with the smell.  i noticed that went i stuck my nose into the water reservoir, i'd get a good wiff of stink.  i just wiped down all the plastic exterior areas and the top black plastic surround area and im running another cleaning cycle.  Hopefully that'll do the trick.  

*back to craigslist now to find a drip grinder*  :P
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Posted Sun Oct 7, 2012, 5:32pm
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i just finished the cleaning and the steam from the carafe is quite stinky(this is probably close to the 10th cleaning).  not gonna attempt to taste it.   i have all the parts of the machine off now and i'm gonna let them all air dry like you suggested.
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