yirgachefe Senior Member Joined: 22 Feb 2012 Posts: 3 Location: PA Expertise: I love coffee
Posted Tue Dec 25, 2012, 9:24am Subject: new to good coffee home brewing
I am excited to see how my palate changes and how my techniques improve. Currently I am using a melitta plastic cone filter for quick everyday usage, a chemex pour over, and I'm using a bodum bistro burr grinder. I think some other areas I want to explore are using the aeropress, getting back into french press (which I never really liked because of the hassle of it). For the time being, I think I am going to avoid espresso, but perhaps may be open to it in the future. Looking forward to learning more here!
nachoslibres Senior Member Joined: 3 Dec 2012 Posts: 30 Location: Tyler, Texas Expertise: I love coffee
Grinder: Baratza Vario-W Drip: Bunn trifecta MB
Posted Tue Dec 25, 2012, 12:41pm Subject: Re: new to good coffee home brewing
Hello! I'm new to good coffee as well, as having recently sold my Keurig machine to someone who actually thinks it is good. I need to get a Chemex since my current brew method is a french press and I love it and to me there is very little hassle to it. I did get a Bunn Trifecta mb today for a Christmas present but I have yet to try it out.
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