[Homeroast] sift cupping grounds?

sci scizen at gmail.com
Wed Dec 28 09:39:50 CST 2011


I often sift grounds with a very fine screen for various brew methods and
it does increase cup quality, making a smoother and less bitter cup.
However, I don't do it for an actual cupping. As others have said, it is
really helpful for FP.

Ivan


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> Hi All,
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> Happy Holiday's and New Year.
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> This question has come up and I am curious about any cupper's here who may
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> a nod one way or the other in terms of shifting the grounds.
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> thanks in  advance,
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> ginny
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