I remember a Friday night kitchen experiment when I mixed very hot low-fat milk with coffee powder and partially ran it through a paper filter. Many of the complex, high-molecular milk components didn't make it through the filter, so they blocked the whole surface leading to only small volume of bright-brownish liquid in the container. But I also remember that the taste was extremely smooth and new to me. In another test, I would like to use a french press with milk instead of water... Does anyone here has experience with milk-brewed coffee?

  • Related / possible duplicate of Milk in place of water. One answer describes an experiment of using milk in a French press.
    – JJJ
    Jul 15 at 14:40
  • Thanks for noticing. It shows me that others indeed have tried this as well.
    – VGF
    Jul 15 at 14:45

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