On a recent trip to Oslo I bought a bag of these espresso coffee beans
from a fantastic coffee shop. This is probably a stupid question, but is it possible to make non-espresso strength coffee with these? If so, how should I do it? Obviously I need to grind the beans first, and, if it helps, I have a cafetiere and aeropress. Thanks!
posted by FuckingAwesome
on Mar 21, 2013 -
Share your Aeropress strategy or favorite Aeropress trick! Hello! I've been using my Aeropress
more and more and I am totally in love with it. It really does brew an amazing cup.
I'm learning that everyone has a different preference for how they use their aeropress, though, from the temperature of the water to the amount/brand/etc of the bean, to the type of grinder (burr, etc)... to other factors that I don't even know about. [more inside]
posted by dep
on Jan 3, 2013 -
My parents have decided to replace their french press due to concerns about cholesterol. Previously
I want to get them a paper filter based coffee maker that makes 4 or more cups of coffee at a time. The other constraint is that the machine has to be shorter than 14 inches so it fits under their cupboards. [more inside]
posted by vegetableagony
on Dec 16, 2012 -
What’s the cleanest way to make a large quantity of strong, iced coffee? -or- What should my next coffee maker purchase be? [more inside]
posted by cheeken
on Aug 18, 2008 -