On Tue, 13 Oct 2009 14:23:15 -0400, "Wes" <wesk@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Yeah, I know, even though this is a "coffee" group, it would be more aptly
named an "espresso" group.
Don't get me wrong, I love espresso myself, but my palate will allow me to
enjoy regular brewed coffee as well.
My wife and I both drink espresso, Americanos, and regular coffee (drip and
French press). Neither of us drinks any other coffee beverage.
It's also true that neither of us has been able to find a single-cup brewing
system that produces anything minimally acceptable -- we wish we could,
- Re: Starbucks coffee made me sick
... I drink espresso we make at home (using mostly lightly ... I'd say one small cup of Starbucks coffee has about the same caffeine as ... That darker roast seems to me a curveball for some. ...
- Re: Aero Press coffee maker
... Coffee and Espresso Maker - The Story Behind The Flavor ... The AEROPRESS? ... brew because of the shorter brewing time. ...
- sitting in a field part...
... I have photographs of her sitting with a coffee in one hand, ... Yesterday I served a table of Italian ladies, who said the espresso was just like at home. ... The canopy is a great help - good cover from the sun, greater visibility from a distance etc. Can't stand making toasties in a trailer that is already over 34 degrees. ... Why don't you ask me a serious question about electrical safety wrt a generator, like do you have an earth spike. ...
- Re: Restaurants in Rome
... Espresso coffee requires as much technology and taste as fine wine. ... Nespresso has combined simple-to-use espresso machines with clever ... roasted coffee beans are first ground and then placed in water. ...
- Re: Paris cafe
... Re-Engineering Espresso ... The Complex World of Coffee Research and the Quest for a Better Shot ... coffee-filled plastic capsule. ... With the aid of some quarter-million-dollar machines ...