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Globe and Mail Coffee Brewing Review

Globe and Mail Coffee Brewing Review
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Synopsis: How to make the best coffee of your life. The Globe and Mail reviews some coffee brewing methods and comes up with an 'Amazing' and 'The Best' coffee brewing methode.
The Globe and Mail just published a great coffee brewing review:

How to make the best coffee of your life

The Good - Glass Vacuum Pot
 
Taking a little long to make an OK coffee
 
The Not Bad - Toddy Method
 
A brewing method invented back in 1960s involving storing coffee in water inside a refrigrator.
 
The Amazing - Aerobie AeroPress
 
Coming up in the top review is the $35.00 AeroPress. You may want to browse YouTube for best results. We were sold out instantly after the news paper hit the stands. Call us before you come to our store to make sure we have them back in stock. Product info at:
 
http://www.espressoplanet.com/coffee-and-espresso/Aerobie-Aeropress-single-cup-press-coffeemaker.html
 
The Best - Hario  V60 manual pour-over drip filter cone
 
While we don't cary this product, our Cilio Cone filter is very similar and results in the same brewing technique. Slowly pour hot water over the grounds. And yes, thank you, the Bonavita Kettle works best for this task:
 
http://www.espressoplanet.com/coffee-and-espresso/cilio-porcelain-4-filter-holder.html
 
http://www.espressoplanet.com/coffee-and-espresso/bonavita-electric-kettle.html
 
Read the entire review on The Globe and Mail website:
 
http://www.theglobeandmail.com/life/food-and-wine/trends/trends-features/how-to-make-the-best-coffee-of-your-life/article2297947/page2/


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