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This is correct and is one of the tricks that a good barista will know and use. This also works for drip.
There are many ways that a good barista or, in my case, home brewer can avoid under extraction without having to updose (which is what you meant to type). I use the Stumptown ratio of 15ml water per 1 gram of coffee and never end up under extracted.Edit to correct that I never end up under extracted since I have learned the proper ways to prevent it.
Agreed. I think of the issue as the difference between intentionally abusing the boots v. not fretting about every scuff or stain that gives the boots their individual character over time.
What is not arguable is that you obviously have minimal experience with pour over or your palate is questionable.
As with most things in life, not if it's done right.
In with leather sole, preferably JR.
In on the derby if on the last and with the sole pictured on Tumblr. Not interested in a different last or sole. This EXACT make up in natural CXL.
Been meaning to post this for a while and may start a separate thread.I started looking for a new coat for the rainy season in San Francisco a few months ago. I did not want a traditional trench that checks all the boxes (epaulettes, belt, D-rings, etc.). I also wanted something slimmer than that traditional trench silhouette and it had to have a removable hood.I found Mike's recommendation of American Trench and did some investigating. They were doing a sale on the last...
When I hear "no acidity", I automatically think Blue Bottle.
Please PM me if you have a pair for sale, thanks.
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