Travis Toner wrote:The coffee tastes great, but I find a sludge of fine grounds at the bottom of my cup!
Tom Haile wrote:For making coffee. I put medium ground coffee in a big mason jar filled with water and put it in the frig for a day. Then I strain out a cup. Cold brew coffee eliminates the need for a heat source.
Has anyone tried sun brewed coffee?
Adrien Lapointe wrote:I wonder if one was to look at the whole lifecycle of those machines if it would not be more energy efficient to actually just throw out a bit of coffee once in a while.
Nick Kitchener wrote:I put the grounds in my mug and pour in the boiling water. The grounds float to the top...
After a few minutes, I stir it briskly and the grounds all sink to the bottom. Every one of them.
Nick Kitchener wrote:I drink coffee black with no sugar.
Chaya Foedus wrote:Paul,
Hmmm, I feel a challenge...your system uses what you have around the household, to be sure. You can't really beat that. But is it good coffee? And before someone runs out to get the things they might need, might they consider http://pantryparatus.com/kitchen-tools/kitchen-hardware/percolator.html? Paul--I DARE you--if you so choose to accept my challenge. I'll send you a percolator free for your review.