or Connect
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Streetwear and Denim › The WAYWT Discussion Thread
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

The WAYWT Discussion Thread - Page 5261

post #78901 of 115944
Quote:
Originally Posted by reedobandito View Post

French Press is the best way to make coffee at home imo, so easy and super smooth/silky

usually do in the mornings, but sometimes i make the little mokka stovetop which is decent. and on other occasions the turko-arabic pot for some strong and spicy tastes

post #78902 of 115944
moka is nice. i'd love to do turkish coffee someday, but i'd need a pretty damn nice grinder
post #78903 of 115944
i used to buy nice beans for my french press, but now all I've been able to afford is giant brand. plebe status shog[1].gif
post #78904 of 115944
Quote:
Originally Posted by mike868y View Post

i used to buy nice beans for my french press, but now all I've been able to afford is giant brand. plebe status shog[1].gif

Fav of recent: http://www.vervecoffeeroasters.com/products/worka
post #78905 of 115944
If you guys care enough about coffee to use a French press, do yourselves a favor and pick up a nice burr grinder. The uniformity in grind can't be matched and makes your coffee even better.
post #78906 of 115944
I got a manual burr grinder off amazon for like $40 i think. definitely not the nicest but it works.
post #78907 of 115944
I have the entire Hario V60 cone/kettle pour over setup at home, Baratza grinder, and regularly (twice a month?) pick up $20/12oz bags of beans. Sometimes I question it all, but there are plenty of other places in my life where I'd rather make spending compromises.

Plus I find brewing a cup of coffee strangely therapeutic.
post #78908 of 115944
Quote:
Originally Posted by GoSurface View Post

Lol @Synthese. I don't know why my finger looks like that in the picture. It's totally normal in person. Asshole. Thanks for all the likes/comments guyz.
that was systematic, not synthese who said that.
post #78909 of 115944
the hario skerton (engrish for skeleton?) manual grinder requires a bit of a modification as it wobbles and produces non uniform grind size, but otherwise is an excellent grinder that i would highly recommend. i use it daily
post #78910 of 115944
I had a hand grinder for a while. Electric grinder was one of the best investments I've made, used every day. I've been ordering my beans from peets online for what its worth and I've been satisfied with them. Currently just using a french press, but would like to get a one of those stove top espresso pots as well.

Not having time in the morning to make a cup of coffee with the french press and still needing the caffeine so you settle for some burnt, nasty garbage from the place on your way is a terrible feeling frown.gif Worse when everyone tells you how great the coffee their is...
Edited by VLSI - 11/4/12 at 2:16pm
post #78911 of 115944
post #78912 of 115944
I wanted to give my french press coffee a big boost, so I went out and got a Grindr.

It doesn't work very well though. My coffee tastes no different, and all these random men keep showing up at my door.
post #78913 of 115944
Quote:
Originally Posted by the shah View Post

usually do in the mornings, but sometimes i make the little mokka stovetop which is decent. and on other occasions the turko-arabic pot for some strong and spicy tastes

Bialetti cheers.gif
post #78914 of 115944
I use a keurig icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #78915 of 115944
Quote:
Originally Posted by hoozah View Post

I use a keurig icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

Yuck frown.gif Research literally anything else mentioned so far, you may even find bam's grindr more palatable.
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Streetwear and Denim
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Streetwear and Denim › The WAYWT Discussion Thread