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Posted Fri Apr 5, 2013, 11:48am
Subject: WTB: Pour Over Setup
 

After doing some reading on the capacity of a good pour over technique, I'm in the market for one. I thought I'd try the CG forum to see if anyone has any of the products I'm looking for just sitting around before springing for new ones on eBay.

Here's what we're looking for:

- (2) Bonavita 1-liter gooseneck digital kettles;
- (2) Bonmac ceramic cone; OR
- (2) Beehouse ceramic cone


If you have something that might work but isn't on this list, feel free to just shoot me an email.

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Posted Fri Apr 5, 2013, 3:32pm
Subject: Re: WTB: Pour Over Setup
 

Hey Aaron!
Any reason you don't want to include the ubiquitous Hario V2 or Chemex brewers?
The Chemex will allow you to make 40oz, or even more with the 10 cup version.

 
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Posted Sat Apr 6, 2013, 12:35am
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Hey Rob,

So, we were disinclined towards the Hario V2 because a lot of the reviews make it sound like a fast pourer.  That's not necessarily a bad thing (I mean, Intelli uses them, right?) but it probably means that they aren't for newbs like I am.  Or at least, the V2s aren't as forgiving as some other ceramic or glass cones can be - hence, the Bonmac and the Beehouse.  As far as the Chemex goes, we aren't really looking to make large pots, and I like the sort of control that single-cup ceramics offer.  (I guess I'm assuming that you mean the Chemex glass pots with bamboo handles.   There's not some other single-cup ceramic out there by Chemex, is there?) Maybe I'm wrong about the Chemex?  Or the Hario is a little more user friendly than the boards have made them out to be?  Or some other reason entirely that I'm overlooking?
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Posted Thu Apr 11, 2013, 11:22am
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Bump!  Still looking....
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Posted Tue Apr 30, 2013, 9:49am
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Bump!  Come on, Bonavita digital kettle....
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Posted Tue Apr 30, 2013, 1:07pm
Subject: Re: WTB: Pour Over Setup
 

aaronschroeder Said:

After doing some reading on the capacity of a good pour over technique to 'reveal' intricate tasting notes in expensive, subtle coffees, my girlfriend and I are going to spring for one.  We thought we'd try the CG forum to see if anyone has any of the products we're looking for just sitting around - as I know many of you are as prone to coffee supply hoarding as I am! - before springing for new ones on eBay.

Here's what we're looking for:

- (2) Bonavita 1-liter gooseneck digital kettles;
- (2) Bonmac ceramic cone; OR
- (2) Beehouse ceramic cone

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I sent you an email.  I believe we can move some equipment to you.  We are relocating to the Twin Cities and the timing is excellent.  Saves me packing and lugging.

1)  Large Beehouse, love it -- just redundant.
2)  Large or small Hario V60, -1 and  -2.  Clean, no cracks. Redundant.  They are not too difficult to finesse and believe that is overstated.  A small amount of time returns tons of dividends.  
3)  Tiamo 1.2 L kettle, tall gooseneck, almost new (redundant).   take a look-see.

I have some filters I will throw in to get you started.

I use a KONE filter/Chemex set-up and a large Cilio (6 cupper) for all my pourovers, even 1-cuppers.  

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