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post #3211 of 3218
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Originally Posted by otc View Post

That's the only time I make coffee for myself...

I am usually out and about on the weekends and go to cafe's. At work I make it right on my desk.
post #3212 of 3218
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

I don't get it.

Give it time.
post #3213 of 3218
I ordered espresso at a Michelin Star restaurant last night. They served me Nespresso. Just sayin.
post #3214 of 3218
digging stumptowns peru the past few days
post #3215 of 3218
Anyone here using an Espro Press? Is it as good as the description says?

I switched over from fp to aeropress to avoid the sludge but would like something that can make more at a time. 100 bucks is pretty expensive for a fp though... Either that or just get another 1-2 aeropresses.
post #3216 of 3218
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Originally Posted by NaTionS View Post

Anyone here using an Espro Press? Is it as good as the description says?
I enjoy it very much. I also use the insulated vessel as an improved Clever Coffee Dripper (Cleverest Coffee Dripper™).
post #3217 of 3218
Thanks. Is it comparable to the aeropress in terms of no sludge?
post #3218 of 3218
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Originally Posted by NaTionS View Post

Thanks. Is it comparable to the aeropress in terms of no sludge?
It has far less sludge than a regular Espro Press. Depending on how fine your grind, and on the grinder you use, you can still get some, albeit very little, sludge. Also, of course, due to the nature of the metallic filter, the texture of the coffee is far different to a paper filtered coffee and "micro particle sludge" will be present. I like both and mostly use my Espro Press when I want more than a single AeroPress serving (or when I want some improved CCD).
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