Posted Sat Feb 1, 2014, 3:41pm Subject: Re: Cube dwellers coffee setups
When I had my own office, I had my a complete pourover setup.
Chemex and V60 03 Baratza Maestro plus Scale, Hario kettle, hamilton beach water kettle.
Now that I'm working at a clients site in a temporary cube, I've the following setup
Chemex Hario Kettle, scale. Baratza Maestro Plus
The problem is that to reduce noise, I end up weighing my beans and taking the grinder + beans to a break room to grind. The water in the office is not hot either, so I've ordered a Zojirushi to have nice 208 water.
So grind beans in break room, but make the coffee in the cube.
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