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    He's a part of my heritage.
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    Rooftop Roasters Fresh Tracks is really mellow. Monogram Gesha Natural is really nice. Both perfect for a day like this.
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    Drinking the gesha natural today too... little left, then opening the washed version

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    He's a part of my heritage.
    You're culturally appropriating Columbians by drinking coffee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThePenIsMightier View Post
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    You're culturally appropriating Columbians by drinking coffee.
    British Columbians? Or Colombians?

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    Better late than never. My first shipment of 8 tubes from the KaffeBox advent calendar.


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    Quote Originally Posted by davidI View Post
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    British Columbians? Or Colombians?
    Did I spell it wrong? I didn't realize it was spelled differently.

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    Read a map! Lol

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    All you fancy coffee drinkers... couple of questions:

    1. How do you make your coffee? Pour over? French Press? Normal drip machine?
    2. What do you do after you open a bag to keep it fresh? A 1lb bag would last a little while obviously, and in my experience it starts to taste worse just a few days after opening

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    Americano for me since I like to taste the coffee. Once I open the bag, it stays in a sealed container, usually it's in the grinder hopper. I don't notice much degradation if any.
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    Everything I say is satire.

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    Pour over for me. My "good beans" from mount pleasant roasters are usually in my kitchen within days of roasting, and they go into an airtight cannister when I open it up. Don't notice any degradation in the 1-2 weeks it takes to use the bag up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cjblair View Post
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    All you fancy coffee drinkers... couple of questions:

    1. How do you make your coffee? Pour over? French Press? Normal drip machine?
    2. What do you do after you open a bag to keep it fresh? A 1lb bag would last a little while obviously, and in my experience it starts to taste worse just a few days after opening
    1. Combination of Espresso, latte, v60 pourover, and Aeropress
    2. A knockoff version of this https://planetarydesign.com/shop/air...hen-canisters/ and drink more/faster
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    Quote Originally Posted by cjblair View Post
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    All you fancy coffee drinkers... couple of questions:

    1. How do you make your coffee? Pour over? French Press? Normal drip machine?
    2. What do you do after you open a bag to keep it fresh? A 1lb bag would last a little while obviously, and in my experience it starts to taste worse just a few days after opening
    French Press for me; I put mine in an airtight container and stored in a cool cupboard with little to no exposure to light


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    The benefit of masks is not known at this time. But we do know it is some non-trivial amount more than zero.

    We also know that the cost of mask use is, essentially, zero.

    So the cost:benefit of mask use is approaching infinity. I'll take that every time. And every time I see someone without a mask, I think they are stupid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjblair View Post
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    All you fancy coffee drinkers... couple of questions:

    1. How do you make your coffee? Pour over? French Press? Normal drip machine?
    2. What do you do after you open a bag to keep it fresh? A 1lb bag would last a little while obviously, and in my experience it starts to taste worse just a few days after opening
    1. French press 95% of the time, otherwise latte or americano from my espresso machine
    2. I primarily buy coffee every 2 weeks in 340 gram bags so I just keep it in the small bags they come in...doesn't help with larger volume matters, could go with an air tight container but if you're sealing up your bag good then not sure how much if a difference it will make....just drink 5 mugs a day

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjblair View Post
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    All you fancy coffee drinkers... couple of questions:

    1. How do you make your coffee? Pour over? French Press? Normal drip machine?
    2. What do you do after you open a bag to keep it fresh? A 1lb bag would last a little while obviously, and in my experience it starts to taste worse just a few days after opening
    I rotate between my moka pot for fine grain coffee and french press and vietnamese drip coffee.

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    I'm thinking of dabbling with a pour over system. Suggestions for a good place to start? There's a Hario V60 starter kit on amazon for $37, I feel like you can't really go wrong with that. Is buying one of those silly gooseneck kettles a necessity though?

    Also, does anyone have recommendation for an insulated carafe? Again Hario makes one for ~$65 that looks nice.. I have no idea what other brands are good though.
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    start with whatever kettle you already have and give it a shot. I use a "blinkone" pour over filter, but I'm sure the hario is fine. I just prefer not to mess with the paper filter for each cup.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cjblair View Post
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    All you fancy coffee drinkers... couple of questions:

    1. How do you make your coffee? Pour over? French Press? Normal drip machine?
    2. What do you do after you open a bag to keep it fresh? A 1lb bag would last a little while obviously, and in my experience it starts to taste worse just a few days after opening
    Quote Originally Posted by cjblair View Post
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    I'm thinking of dabbling with a pour over system. Suggestions for a good place to start? There's a Hario V60 starter kit on amazon for $37, I feel like you can't really go wrong with that. Is buying one of those silly gooseneck kettles a necessity though?

    Also, does anyone have recommendation for an insulated carafe? Again Hario makes one for ~$65 that looks nice.. I have no idea what other brands are good though.
    1. 100% pourover these days. Kinda gave up on the Aeropress unless I'm camping or traveling.
    2. I let my bean degas for at least 14 days (light roast). Most of my roasted beans are coming from overseas so they're ready to go when it gets here. I have a couple Fellow Atmos vacuum canisters for storage after opening.
    How old are your beans? I wouldn't worry about getting a gooseneck kettle if you're starting out but it definitely helps with precise pouring and water flow. I recommend a scale and something for good water, like Third Wave Water. Is this the kit you're looking at? https://eightouncecoffee.ca/products...r-pourover-kit Cheaper and from a local retailer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjblair View Post
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    2. What do you do after you open a bag to keep it fresh? A 1lb bag would last a little while obviously, and in my experience it starts to taste worse just a few days after opening
    Something just occurred to me... are you using preground coffee?
    A burr grinder and scale are more essential than a gooseneck kettle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Strider View Post
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    Something just occurred to me... are you using preground coffee?
    A burr grinder and scale are more essential than a gooseneck kettle.
    This. All of this. The Encore grinder has been making dividends for me, even with a French press.


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    The benefit of masks is not known at this time. But we do know it is some non-trivial amount more than zero.

    We also know that the cost of mask use is, essentially, zero.

    So the cost:benefit of mask use is approaching infinity. I'll take that every time. And every time I see someone without a mask, I think they are stupid.

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