Re: Brewing with Cuisinart 12 cup
- From: "Flasherly" <gjerrell@xxxxxx>
- Date: 19 Feb 2007 18:58:28 -0800
On Feb 19, 1:23 am, Russell Patterson <m...@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Mon, 19 Feb 2007 00:18:53 -0500, pltrgyst
On 18 Feb 2007 10:36:04 -0800, "Flasherly" <gjerr...@xxxxxx> wrote:
Properly aerated, wholesome milk is a known enticement. Once coupled
to a concentrated flavor of extracted essence, coffee oils are
capable, it becomes exceedingly difficult for someone that regularly
ingests coffee to refute the taste....
What are you one, and where can I get some?
The only posts of his I see are in replies. I filtered his gobblygook
out a while back.
I was addressing your wife's dislike of your coffee by relating good
reception I've had with others and their reactions to a coffee latte
-- inexpensive alternatives to drip machines, and hardly more. A
simple gesture for another whom may enjoy coffee and milk. Don
suggested a gold strainer. A good point -- I'll also have one soon
from someone that prefers a paper strainer. Occasions for coffee by
drip brewing. I do however have reservations about Don's advice for
fines, since I have the Capresso. Mine adjusts according to usage,
coarse or fine, consistently and without evidence of too-fine
residuals or associated bitterness. Whether or not for a better
espresso machine could be interesting -- drip brewer, French press to
moka pot, isn't a problem.