nateclonch
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How can I improve this latte?
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I've steamed milk on my friend's Saeco Aroma, which seems to be in the same class as your Delonghi, and was able to get good microfoam. Aside from getting some pointers along the way, the key is ...

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What grind setting should I use for french press using a Capresso Infinity conical burr grinder?
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I would recommend looking for which coarse setting seems to produce the most even grind. Really, the only potential danger you have is grinding so fine that you can't push the screen down. The reason ...

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Purpose of Hole in Moka Funnel
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Just guessing here, but the hole could keep the water from going up until it reaches a certain temperature. The amount of pressure from the steam varies on the temperature of the water, and if there ...

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Can I get rid of this wood fiber taste?
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Try this and see if there's any difference. Pre-rinse the filter. Place the filter in the basket and run enough water over it to wet all of the filter, and then let most of the water drip off. Since ...

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Using just a filter without a pour-over to brew coffee
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Your friend's method is totally valid, since coffee-brewing is only a science of extraction, not methodology. In order for your friend to properly extract the coffee, he would need to go through the ...

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French-press v.s. manual pour over brewing quality
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It's relatively difficult to define quality differences without knowing how you're grinding it. Grinding may be the most influential aspect in your case. If you're grinding with just a basic blade ...

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Problems with Rancilio Silvia: How could I prevent getting too much or too sour espresso?
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That's a pretty extreme contrast for a one-level difference. A couple things you could try: Use slightly less grounds if you're on level 23 - this will make your puck a bit easier to push water ...

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How can I improve this Chemex cold brew method?
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Ever considered cooling your coffee down to 40 degrees immediately after you brew it? This would keep the freshness as well as not dilute it. Check out this link.

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What large batch cold brewing methods are available?
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If you're going bigger than 5 gallons for commercial reasons, you'd probably want to start looking at small fermentation tanks (https://conical-fermenter.com/40-Gallon-Conical-Fermenter.html). However,...

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What is the standardized naming of this type of coffee?
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I know this doesn't answer the question, but since it's already been answered... My boss recently got back from a two-week trip to Italy, where he was unable to order a drink by the name of "...

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