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z0mbie
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Posted Wed Jan 22, 2014, 3:44am
Subject: Cube dwellers coffee setups
 

Hi fellow coffee snobs..  Show me your work setup.. Please.. no "work at home"..
I'm talking about you peons who work out of cubes and tight spaces..   Show me your little piece of heaven..
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Posted Wed Jan 22, 2014, 12:28pm
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I seem to remember several of these threads, I know I have posted my work setup several times, perhaps a search will turn up something.

 
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Posted Sat Feb 1, 2014, 4:41pm
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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