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Sat May 2 15:02:55 CDT 2015
When I travel, I take a small hand grinder and a drip cone and filters.
Finding hot water is usually easy.
On Saturday, May 2, 2015, Michael Koenig <koenig.mike at gmail.com> wrote:
> I don't know Prague so well, but if you seek it out you should be able to
> find good coffee in London and Munich.
> I usually like to "go native" when I travel and don't bother bringing gear
> with me.
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> > Hello list,
> > My wife and I are traveling to Europe (London, Munich, Prague,and points
> unknown) for 3 weeks this summer and I'm in charge of coffee.
> > Between the 2 of us we drink about a pot of coffee a day so I'll do all
> my roasting the week before.
> > I think I have my choices are to grind everything here and vac seal it,
> or vac seal the whole beans and hand grind there, or buy a cheap whirly
> blade over there.
> > For brewing we plan on buying an electric kettle over there and use
> Aeropress, french press or clever coffee dripper
> > Any thoughts from someone who has done this.
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