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Joined: 13 Dec 2012
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Location: Jonesboro, AR
Expertise: I live coffee

Espresso: Stovetop
Grinder: Hario Ceramic Slim
Drip: Beehouse dripper
Posted Fri May 9, 2014, 1:59pm
Subject: notNeutral Gino
 

I have attempted to find more information regarding extraction with the new Gino dripper from notNeutral, particularly comparisons between the Gino and the Kalita Wave 185. I have yet to find anything.
So, I pose the question here.
Who has had experience with the Gino dripper?
What pros are there?
What cons?
How would you compare the extractions with the Kalita Wave?
What brew ratio(s) have you found for your favorite coffees?


I hope to purchase this new dripper, but would also like to get my hands on a Wave 185 soon and look forward to posting more about my likes and dislikes.
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