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Topic: improving flavor from stove top espresso pot at (57 lines)
1) From: Bob Hazen
Rather than brandy, I wonder if Everclear or Vodka might do what you want =
without adding non-coffee flavors....
I'm near sea level, so methinks an experiment is, uh..., "brewing."
Bob
Just a note on the specifics, we were on a week long vacation centered =
around our granddaughter's sixth birthday.  We were almost six hundred mile=
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away from home renting a little beach side apartment for the week and we =
traveled in the little Honda taking two 75 or so pound dogs as well as the =
stuff we needed for the week.  I really tried the idea out with the limited =
things I had available.  I am not so much interested in adding flavors to =
the coffee but trying to eliminate or at least reduce the flavors I find =
over heating produces.  My goal was to get the coffee made using the =
pressure from boiling alcohol so it would be done at a lower temperature.  =
I =
would prefer to not add flavors to the good coffee but rather to get the =
flavor from the stove top pot to be as close to what I get out of my =
espresso machine as I can.  In general I have found three cups brewed with =
the stove top pot to really taste much more what I get out of the $1,200 or =
so espresso machine.
Anyway, I hope that makes sense.
        pecan jim
On Sep 21, 2011, at 1:16 PM, Sandy Andina wrote:
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