外围体育投注My induction burner won't land anywhere near the 175F I'm after, and I'd love to find a way to avoid staring at my (stainless) kettle's built in thermometer and guessing when to stop the heat to hit the right mark. I tried a new induction burner that was supposed to have finer adjustments, but it's no better. What do you use to hit the temp you want? I see electric kettles that claim to have fine adjustments, but many of them have plastic parts that I'd like to avoid, and I wonder about their quality in general. (Yes, I'm aware the AeroPress *is* a plastic part, but still...).
外围体育投注I'm using today a basic electric grinder (WPM ZD 12) and consider buying a good enough hand grinder. I'm thinking about the 1ZPRESSO JX (120$) and the Timemore C2 (55$),
外围体育投注Is it important to use a consistent ground coffee whith the Aeropress? Will there be any difference in taste when using one of the above grinders and not the other?
外围体育投注Has anyone had success using the Fellow Prismo to brew an espresso-style shot without getting fines? I’ve tried an espresso grind and a touch finer, which is what Fellow recommends, but I keep getting fines at the bottom of my cup. I have tried adding a paper filter on top, which gets rid of the fines, but also removes the oils and body that I want to retain. I press very hard just like Fellow recommends. Does anyone have any tips or tricks for getting a full-bodied yet clean shot from the Prismo? I was thinking about adding a cloth filter on top - has anyone tried that?
I’ve experimented with my AP for years, but one thing I’ve never done is tried a bypass. However, the fact that so many of the WAC recipes use the bypass method got me considering it. My question is this: what’s the actual purpose? I know bypass has the effect of permitting a larger volume of coffee than the 8-10oz the AP chamber will hold, but an 8-10oz cup is all I need in the morning. If I don’t need the extra volume, is there another reason I should try the bypass method?