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Topic: Just Picked Up A Bodum (10 msgs / 176 lines)
1) From: DeCambre.Peter
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2) From: DeCambre.Peter
I will be out of the office starting  11/26/2002 and will not return
until 12/02/2002.
I will respond to your message when I return.
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3) From: Walter R. Basil
I picked up a Bodum French Press today. The smallest one they offer.  
Good for making about a cup of coffee. I tell you what, that's the  
best cup of coffee I've ever drank, besides the time I was in France.  
I had some Columbian tonight. I have some Kona that I roast on  
Thursday nights for the weekend. I can't wait to try it in there.  
It's not as easy as making a pot in my Bunn, but the taste is out of  
this world!
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Walter R Basil
www.basilweb.net

4) From: Don Cummings
My drip machine is getting dusty since I got my FP.
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5) From: raymanowen
I certainly agree with you, Walter- the FP is excellent. I've had it for
years, but until You-know-what, I knew nothing about temperature and time.
It sings! ! !
I have also had a couple of hotel and restaurant Bunns, one of which was se=
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right at the H2O bp (204F).  I also had a neat Bunn Office set at 198deg F.
They couldn't possibly achieve the correct cahabitation time; the baskets
wouldn't let it happen.
Cheers and Press On -RayO, aka Opa!
Got Grinder?

6) From: James House
How does the AeroPress compare to a FP?
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8) From: Justin Marquez
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Where could I find the metal filter? I may like to try that, too.
Safe Journeys and Sweet Music
Justin Marquez (Snyder, TX)

9) From: Scott Marquardt
By contrast, I use the Aero mostly for lighter/medium roasts. I do use
hotter water; I think Alan's cooler range is best for darker roasts.
If you use a metal screen, you'll get a cup blasted with fines unless you
use the inverted method:http://www.coffeegeek.com./forums/coffee/machines/226233Properly done, I have an insane suspicious that the Aero with a metal filte=
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might be able to beat a Clover in a blind cupping, because you can't tip a
Clover upside down.   ;-)   But it's also true that the Clover doesn't have
the same pneumatic/hydraulic physics when water hits the dry grind atop the
filter, as the Aero (with metal).
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10) From: Angelo
Where does one go about getting (making) this metal screen mod?
Angelo
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