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Old 03-16-2005, 08:45 AM   #1
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Coffee Question

If i grind my beans to a finer finished product...does that intensify the flavor or does that not have anything to do with it!?
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I'm glad you asked that question.






Yes. :coffee: :mcoffee:
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I'm glad you asked that question...
...because it gave me the chance to use this cool coffee emoticon...
Damn Glenn...

It's like...

like...

You can read my mind.
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Old 03-16-2005, 09:17 AM   #4
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[quote=Chris Finney]
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Originally Posted by GlennR
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Originally Posted by "Chris Finney":3cgrh37e
I'm glad you asked that question...
...because it gave me the chance to use this cool coffee emoticon...
Damn Glenn...

It's like...

like...

You can read my mind.[/quote:3cgrh37e]

Uh oh, the "cuss word" filter isn't working! It let damn go through!!! Poopie!
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It's working just fine...there were adjustments made earlier last week...if you recall!
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Thanks Jaybo...I have a Capress burr grinder...had been grinding at 5 1/2 and it was ok...I am currently using Seattles Best "house" blend...today I knocked it up to 6 1/2...the grind was finer and did produce a "better" tasting cup.

Tomorrow I will punch it up another notch...I love espresso and owned a Krups pump unit for a number of years but recently sold it in a gargae sale. It surprises me how poorly restaurants make their espressos and cappies...poor crema or no froth...BOOOO!!!

Thanks again for the advice...I am a coffee lover!
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It's working just fine...there were adjustments made earlier last week...if you recall!
I was making a funny!
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Poopie!
Still funnier than "shit" in my book!!
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[quote=Chris Finney]
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I'm glad you asked that question...
...because it gave me the chance to use this cool coffee emoticon...
Damn Glenn...

It's like...

like...

You can read my mind.[/quote:2qf8byu3]

That's IMPOSSIBLE!!!
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