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  1. https://coffeeforums.co.uk/topic/45234-boilbrew/ for more info
  2. I wonder if part of the channeling might be from the lower dose. Did you change basket or keep same one?
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    Shot size

    No need to apologise, I just wondered what it meant to you. Glad things are on the up 👍
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    Shot size

    What's a full extraction?
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    Boilbrew

    Looks nice! How fine is the metal filter (not that I'd understand a numeric value for the size of holes, but I can't quite tell what they're like) ?
  6. People are always looking for a quirky van, quirky set-up when requesting coffee at events (very, very rarely asking for good coffee - not that it bothers me) but I think I just realised I should combine this. I need to get a pilots license, small plane and then kit that out a bit like an arpeggio. Be right back...
  7. It did not remember my choice. YOU MUST EXPECT THE FURY OF BURNING RETINAS TO BE UNLEASHED UPON YOU, THIS IS UNTENABLE. OK I found the switch again, not to worry
  8. Of course, how could I forget. I was impress-ed with it...
  9. I bought this quite a while ago from the forum but can't for the life of me remember what it's called? A cup with filter inside, quite like a cafetiere really but quite a fine filter...I hadn't used it for a long time but was thinking it might be handy occasionally. Just would be nice to also know what to call it 🙂
  10. Apparently the one they had at the London coffee festival was making very tasty coffee with London water, but I didn't try it myself. It was only James Wise who said that (I think to @Scotfordif I remember correctly?)
  11. You could well be aware of this but just thought I'd mention. These are some great descriptions of natural processed coffees. The other aspects are possibly more down to the beans but natural and boozy and barnyard or farmyard etc. all go hand in hand.
  12. Not sure if this is what you meant but - I went to "Activity" and then "New Posts" and then on the top right switched from Expanded to Condensed (that you can see in line with Past Hour ? That changed it to show the topics I think as before I could see multiple posts for some of these topics.
  13. https://coffeeforums.co.uk/forum/40-brewed-coffee/ like this one?
  14. I wanted to guess somewhere else but I can't think of it being anything other than a Washed Colombian (which I know it's easy to say - but that's what I was thinking all along before Paul's guess I mean). I prefer it as espresso to pourover so far and just about finished the first bag 250. They're both sweet, but I get a bit more acidity to go with it in espresso kind of like mixed up berries (when they're not all sweet, but it's nice if you eat them together). I found it hard to put my finger on anything specific as pourover but only tried a couple and then settled on spro. I think I've had more than usual today, but feel like trying one more in about an hour, so it must be doing something right.
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