[Seattle-SAGE] Coffee: the right question for the rightaudiance.
john at bradsontech.com
Tue Feb 28 09:18:14 PST 2006
Only in Seattle does this string make complete sense. heh
From: tres at apollonian.net [mailto:tres at apollonian.net]
Sent: Monday, February 27, 2006 7:43 PM
To: members at lists.seattle-sage.org
Subject: Re: [Seattle-SAGE] Coffee: the right question for the
I second the "cooked coffee" syndrome. After the gang at the office
started abusing the coffee maker (with Folgers among other things) I
started toting a thermos full of coffee to work. The only problem was
that it tainted the flavor after a few hours. The best solution I've
found is a French Press mug; I'm not at the mercy of the leave-the-
coffe-maker-on-all-day, Folgers drinkers & I can brew just enough, just
the way I like it.
On Feb 27, 2006, at 3:47 PM, Chris DeVoney wrote:
> ______Original Message__________
> From: Leeland
> Sent: Monday, February 27, 2006 12:31 PM
> Personally I hate the "in office espresso machine" because of the huge
> mess it invariably creates (grounds everywhere) because no one else
> will clean it up. I also do not like the "pot on the burner for hours"
> Which is
> why I own some very expensive sealed Zojirushi Air Pots so I can brew
> in the morning and have a cups throughout the day that haven't lost
> any flavor (caused by steaming off of the antioxidants and vitamins
> since these are sealed carafes) or heat (highest thermal retention
> pots on the market).
> I agree about "cooked coffee" and using an auxilary holder. My
> personal favorite are the Nissan-Thermos stainless-steel caraffes
> which have an excellent insulating profile.
> I own the 50 oz./1.6 liter TGS1500 which I use more for tea than
> Filled with 180 F degree fluid, I still pour hot liquid into my cup
> midafternoon and very warm brew in the evening. I will also mention
> mine has a post-purchase dent in its bottom caused by a drop that
> would have shattered a glass inner liner but caused the stainless
> version no distress.
> I scored mine for $32 from eBay about a year ago. A quick peek shows
> that, with shipping and buy-it-now, they are about a buck cheaper now.
> Chris DeVoney
> Division of Metabolism, Endocrinology, and Nutrition University of
> Washington School of Medicine
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