Posted Fri Nov 15, 2013, 1:46pm Subject: More coffee grounds= more caffeine right?
So, I had a hypothesis...Although It think it doesn't matter but, If you use more coffee grounds does this mean more caffeine is extracted? I use a small amount of coffee per pot...And I wondered if I bumped up my ratio will I get more caffeine in my cup? The only reason I wonder about this, is because when I get coffee from a coffee house that has these big machines the caffeine buzz I get is pretty huge even for dark roast coffee. How can I get a better caffeine buzz?
"You can't make good coffee, without good coffee" -Thecoffeenerd
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