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Posted Mon Jun 4, 2012, 12:00am
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The Evolution of Siphon Brewing - the Steampunk
by Mark Prince

A detailed look at new technology that evolves, and perhaps even revolutionizes the art of siphon coffee brewiing - the Alpha Dominche Steampunk coffee brewing machine.
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Posted Sun Jun 10, 2012, 12:22pm
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Nice work, Mark.
Still. seeing ANY sort of plunger in a siphon seems like reverse evolution...LOL
Kidding.

If the RESULT is a brew that can equal a Cona 3 cup...the best coffee I've ever had to date, and NOT a $20 coffee, just a modest El Salvador, then Bully!
Bringing the best out of any coffee is a noble enterprise.
190f seems a little on cool side, but i guess the speed of the brew mitigates that?

 
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Posted Sun Jun 10, 2012, 2:04pm
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I'm so excited to see if this takes off and, like Rob stated, can make coffee like the siphons that we know and love!

-Dave-
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Posted Mon Mar 25, 2013, 11:24pm
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Cool stuff, can't wait to try one of these!
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