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    Four clicks coarser. Drawdown 3:40-ish. This is with tabbed filters by the way, the ones that come in a lose plastic bag. So they will be slower than the 40-pack whites.

    Poured gentler and more evenly today.

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    This is what a Moccamaster brew (28g/500g , with supermarket commercial ground coffee) looks like if you don't intervene with the brewer in any way..




    It was still 21.5% EY, though hard to say the evenness. I don't really know the relationship of a flat bed & even extraction in this kind of cone (Melitta-style).

    It's very hard to say anything about flavour since the coffee smells really vile.
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    Super clean brew at EK43 S #14 (6 o'clock) 15g/240g, 40g poured every 30 sec x 6 - water drawn down fully between every pour.. , 19.5% EY


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    Quote Originally Posted by the_partisan View Post
    Super clean brew at EK43 S #14 (6 o'clock) 15g/240g, 40g poured every 30 sec x 6 - water drawn down fully between every pour.. , 19.5% EY

    This still the Nic. Limoncillo?
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    I've not done one in awhile so here we go. Tasty Triple Co LSOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by MWJB View Post
    This still the Nic. Limoncillo?
    Yes it's the December sub. Are you brewing the same?

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    Quote Originally Posted by the_partisan View Post
    Yes it's the December sub. Are you brewing the same?
    Yes I am, found the flavour shifting more toward red fruit rather than yellow fruit as time moves on. All very tasty though.
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    This is my second ever v60 pour over attempt. Not looking quite as tidy as most of the others (not sure why?), but still tasted decent with Rave’s Guatemala La Esmarelda.



    I was curious to see if pour over could lean me away from espresso, to get more flavour subtlety with the lighter roasts. It may still be very early days with my v60 technique/recipes, but I can see both have their places.
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    Talor & Jorgen, Washed Ethiopia Boji

    V60, 15g coffee and 6x40g pours, 30 sec apart, 20.5% EY

    Rather muddier looking brew than usual, it's a challenging coffee to brew, I think. This morning's Moccamaster brew ended up tasting rather overextracted unfortunately.

    Taste profile seems to have changed since last brew of yesterday, lots of very sweet peach and unlike before not much citrus.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnycooper29 View Post
    This is my second ever v60 pour over attempt. Not looking quite as tidy as most of the others (not sure why?), but still tasted decent with Rave’s Guatemala La Esmarelda.

    I was curious to see if pour over could lean me away from espresso, to get more flavour subtlety with the lighter roasts. It may still be very early days with my v60 technique/recipes, but I can see both have their places.
    What recipe are you using?

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