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Hasbean Recipe Advice

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Could anyone who is familiar with Hasbean coffees please give me a heads up on any brew ratios they find favourable for there Blake, Jailbreak and Jabberwocky blends. 

I have just received a starter pack from them after enjoying a blend they produced for a coffee shop I visit occasionally. 

I have a general starting point for everything that I buy but because I only have 250g of each blend I figured it would be good to ask if there are any opinions out there. 

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Hey, haven't tried the blends but generally they're a bit more developed than other specialty places. Somewhere between 1.8-2.2:1 ratio is best IME. They're pretty standard/easy to dial in. Don't think MildredM is your best bet for help as she's using a lever with a big flat grinder which is just quite different to dial in than traditional pump and grinder.

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For anyone who may come across this in the future, hasbean actually have their recipes in the 'cupping information' for their beans.... 

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