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Old 09-11-2008, 01:11 PM   #1
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Default Percolator talk

I ran across a FAQ on preparing coffee in a percolator, and it reminded me of discussions we have had here.

Coffee snobs (like me, I readily admit) do not like percolator-brewed coffee. The basic reason is what the process does to the flavor. But we use hand-selected, carefully prepared, home-roasted beans, loved like a child (or at least a pet).

Many people are quite happy with coffee from the supermarket. What they drink is as different from what I do as coffee is from tea (or beer from wine; or Coke from 7-Up) — a different beverage. Their interest in coffee is different from mine, and so is the experience.

Anyway, the link is to an article on percolator coffee. It may confirm what others like about it. So I figured I would post it. (No harm or insult intended.)

There is a thread on the Sweet Maria’s e-mail list right now about percolating coffee, btw. That is what attracted my attention.

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