[Homeroast] Coffee production at work

miKe mcKoffee mcKona at comcast.net
Sun Oct 17 17:01:34 CDT 2010


Too far? What is too far anyway? Is there such a thing? If you have to ask
the answer is no:)

miKe 

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> Subject: [Homeroast] Coffee production at work
> 
> I happily scored a 6 cup Chemex yesterday at the thrift store that I'm
> thinking of taking to work.
> 
> http://twitpic.com/2y8ggm
> 
> I've already got a CCD, AeroPress, Kyocera hand grinder, SS 
> pitcher, and
> MyPressi Twist setup at work, and I'm already known as the 
> coffee guy (nut)
> at work.  Unfortunately, I don't work in the coffee industry.
> 
> What would you do?  The Chemex would make it easier to share 
> and is quick to
> clean up, but might push me to bring in my electric kettle, 
> yet another
> gadget.
> 
> Have I gone too far?
> 
> -Chris
> 
> Pecked out on my mobile phone.
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