Comment #1 posted on 2017-12-11 02:28:01 by Klaatu
I have to admit, most coffee I come across here in NZ is so amazingly good that there's a part of me that misses the really bad coffee of me youth: drip coffee that's been sitting on the burner for 2 hours, or the percolated coffee that's steeped in itself for 45 minutes, the bad petrol station coffee that you have to dump all kinds of flavour into so you can manage to drink it.
The plunger does make a big difference, though. I
For the record, I do *not* use a plastic plunger. I found a nice all-metal one, and it's super durable and really good.
Off to go make some coffee.
Comment #2 posted on 2017-12-11 08:39:41 by cobra2
Enjoy that cup! I, myself, am steeping some coffee as I write this on a tiny screen mere feet away from a real keyboard...
I've found over the years that once you move to a French press, its really hard to go back to a drip coffee maker. I never had the stomach for 'diner' coffee. And in all fairness, I never appreciated coffee until leaving the deep south for the great white north. Mostly due to EVERYTHING being bad coffee.
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