The_Coffee_Guy Senior Member Joined: 5 Jan 2009 Posts: 140 Location: Toronto Expertise: I live coffee
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Posted Mon Nov 12, 2012, 1:22pm Subject: Re: Now we know what GORT is (Behmor BraZen Brewer)
I thought the specs indicated 150ml in 15 seconds (with it being grams to ml 1:1 would seem to indicate 10g per second) and I think it has been constant from my many pots made without me timing it....Craig, does that sound right?
When I was timing my .6 liter brew & a 1.2 liter brew (it's been a while & I didn't write anything down), but going from memory I had 4 minutes for .6 liter & 4 minutes 10 - 15 seconds or so for a 1.2 liter brew., but I don't use nearly as much coffee as you guys do.
In about 20 minutes, I'll time exactly a 1 liter water throughput. You guys what me to do multiple runs & vary the temp, to see if that has any variance on the time?
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