Geron wrote:We grind our own beans and use a french press. You'll get some sediment (no grounds) in the bottom of your cup but the coffee it makes is worth it. All you have to do is boil (well nearly boil) the water (180 F. is about right.)
SteveH wrote:We've tried a French press (our daughter-in-law has one) and didn't care for the coffee. Additionally, you have to boil the water in another pot, find a place to put the French press that won't be damaged by the heat of the boiling water, and the one she has only makes like four cups at a time. And besides, since the beginning of the Iraqi war, I've sworn off anything associated with France!
Syekick wrote:Stop squeezing the stuff. Cold brew. I use the Toddy Coffee brew system a lot of the time. Especially when camping. Just add water to the concentrate, heat, and drink. But when I get behind on making it I revert back to my trusty Bunn.
http://www.toddycafe.com (No association, just a fan)
bigmcgiv wrote:SLAM A MOUTHFUL OF SANKA AND A BEER TO WASH IT DOWN AND YOUR READY TO GO.
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