Posted Mon Mar 31, 2014, 10:07am Subject: Re: Technivorm using Chemex filter
Same here. I came across an old Coffee Geek post from around 2006 or so a while back where someone was contemplating doing that so I thought I'd give it a try. I really like it! In fact I liked it so much that I've begun using a pair of scissors to trim off the extra inch that hangs over the edge of the technivorm basket to make a perfect fit. The cup comes out really clean tasting without losing any of the flavors the technivorm is so adept at bringing out, a fun change of pace. I still use my swiss gold and filtropa #4 too but it's nice having another weapon in my arsenal :-)
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Posted Mon Mar 31, 2014, 10:23am Subject: Re: Technivorm using Chemex filter
Alson one of the reason I do it is because my #4 filters are a bit smaller then the other ones I've used before. So when I brew a full 75g/1.25L I'm afraid that the brew will over flow the filter and coffee grains will go in the carafe....
Posted Mon Mar 31, 2014, 10:29am Subject: Re: Technivorm using Chemex filter
I've noticed that benefit when brewing super fresh beans before. The bloom sometimes puffs up onto the basket over the filter. One time with the chemex I saw the bloom went higher than the level of my usual #4s and I thought "win!!!!" :-)
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