[Homeroast] clever coffee dripper
bkamnetz at gmail.com
Sat Jan 30 11:11:01 CST 2010
It seemed to me that the plates I was using to cover the CCD were
sucking up heat, so I started using cling wrap (e.g., Saran Wrap) to
cover the top. It seems to work pretty well, as long as you are
careful to fully disengage the wrap before lifting. It's pretty easy
to lift it enough to stir.
Do you see any potential problems with covering with cling wrap?
On Fri, Jan 29, 2010 at 4:30 PM, Tom & Maria - Sweet Maria's Coffee
<sweetmarias at sweetmarias.com> wrote:
> saw a reference to the CCD here, and wanted to tell all that I have been
> doing a lot of brew tests lately to check taste and extraction from various
> types, including the new Hario V60 (results not that great). actually the
> traditional poreclain drip cone with one drain hole was a great performer.
> Now the CCD really isnt a typical dripper. With a real dripper, technique
> matters a lot - you can't just dump a lot of hot water in a normal dripper
> and get great results.
> But we had some issues with the CCD and grind. We were under-extracting with
> a coarse grind. We hit the correct extraction and best cup results with the
> following recipe:
> -fine grind, on the fine end of filter-drip grind, but not espresso grind
> for sure.
> -20 grams coffee
> -350 grams hot water
> -4 minute steep until drain, 5:30 until last water drains out of coffee
> -cover immediately with a plate
> -lift plate and stir at 1:00, around 3:00 and 4:00.
> -as mentioned, start draining at 4:00
> we separated the brew - the first half to drain measures 1.22 to 1.25%, a
> bit strong.
> The second half measures 1.19%. The blend of the 2 was better than either
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