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    Washed Yirgacheffe, around 28 on a C40. I'm testing different number of pours, this one had four after bloom. Drawdown 3:10. Very nice coffee: bright, citrus, flowers. Could maybe be a tad sweeter.

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    Getting back into v60s again. Maybe my first v60 brew slurry shot!?!

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    Tried something new today.

    Method: Pour 30g in outwards spirals over the grounds. Wait 30s. Pour the rest in the middle at 35g/20s intervals. No stir, no spin, no nothing.

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    Pretty good coffee.

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    This might be the most uniform and even bed I've ever had.

    I put two metal filters (one coarse and one IMS) in the Aeropress, put it on top of the V60 and poured everything through it. The filters create a sort of showerhead and distribute the drops across the bed. No stirring or spinning. I used 40g bloom to make sure I got it all wet and then free-poured the rest. Mostly continous, a few breaks, making sure the bed never ran dry. I think I finished pouring a bit over 2 minutes and it drew down in 2:40. Very clean and smooth cup, but also not the most interesting. I want to try different grinder settings and pouring regime to see what I can get out of this. Closest you can get to an automatic dripper I suppose. I think it can be a very consistent method, so it would be nice if I found a recipe where I get some nice flavors out of it.

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    You may try grinding a lot finer. With so little agitation, you need the fine grind. Too low temperatures also can be an issue with that method.

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