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by Jonk, 1 minute ago in Buying Advice
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Pour-Over Grinder

In my opinion:Yes. No. But if you like fruity and juicy espresso as well I think this is a great suggestion: About cheap options.. Has anyone compared Eureka Filtro/Crono with the new brew burrs with any of the mentioned grinders?
by ira, 12 minutes ago in Tips and Techniques
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VST basket size and grind volume are at odds

For what it's worth, I picked up an undersized tamper yesterday and after a couple more cracks from beans settling I am unable to further fracture the coffee from the last picture I posted no matter how much pressure I place on the tamper. Certainly past 50 pounds
by baldheadracing, 20 minutes ago in Coffee Brewing
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Pourover vs. Espresso - Acidity

I would suggest making an Americano with your espresso as a test - the idea being that it is the dilution of coffee in water, and its subsequent effect, that is the factor
by CantinaCoffee, 21 minutes ago in Marketplace
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New Batch of Saka Coffee in Stock! May 16th 2022

Hi everyone, we have a new batch today --- orders are open on the website, shipping asap. Thanks!
by danks, 33 minutes ago in Repairs, Restorations & Mods
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Rotary pump for sage oracle

Hi, I have a sage oracle dual boiler and planning to replace pump with a rotary one. Any advise on rotary pump models suitable for machine would be highly appreciated. Thanks Ugur
by havenoclu, Today, 1:09 pm in Repairs, Restorations & Mods
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ULKA pump humming and not pumping at times (intermittent)

I am not sure the Astra PRO has an OPV(!). Completely going off what I read here: "Where's the OPV on an Astra Pro to adjust brew pressure?"
by thecoffeefield, Today, 1:05 pm in Water
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Figuring out water for new espresso setup

I like using distilled water and third wave water or Perfect Cup
by jpender, Today, 1:04 pm in Tips and Techniques
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VST basket size and grind volume are at odds

If I'm reading this correctly you are saying that tamp pressure does make a difference, just less of one than some other parameters. If you had started out saying that I doubt you would have gotten a response. By the way... A 30lb tamp in a 58mm basket is 7.3 psi, not 0.06. That's roughly 5% as much
by zefkir, Today, 12:52 pm in Coffee Brewing
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Clarity of flavor notes (Chemex vs V60 vs Origami)

They can all be dialed to give you outstanding clarity. The water you use and the recipe you use are far more important than the dripper. That being said, I like flat bottoms because of the uniformity of thickness of the bed and not having to worry about pouring on top of paper
by Shenrei, Today, 12:28 pm in Buying Advice
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Pour-Over Grinder

I also highly recommend the 1zpresso K series. This grinder is so good in terms of cup profile and workflow. It pushes way way above is asking price