Brewing Espresso â€“ Science or Art? Part One Could you make brewing espresso a science experiment?Â I think you can and should. As with any science experiment, if you can control the variables it is the key to getting what you want in your results. I say why not look at espresso in the same...
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This 3 oz. shot glass pitcher from Rattleware features a handle and two pour spouts. Graduated marks read in ounces and milliliters for all your measuring needs. The Rattleware Shot Glass Pitcher measures 2.4 inches to the top of the glass.
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Sanfam aswered:Given that you already have the majority of the components necessary to brew, the rest largely comes down to preference.Â Once you figure out what types of drinks you prefer to brew, I suggest picking up some cups to personalize your coffee brewing area to your individual tastes.Â If you're new... more
Sanfam aswered:The only products matching this purpose are made of glass or metal. We do, however, happen to have a product from Handpresso that may do the job: http://www.wholelattelove.com/Handpresso/handpressooutdoorcups.cfm These cups are a rigid plastic that should give you the results you're looking... more
mjackson aswered:dAVID, It is the same one and it is made of glass. It is a great tool to have as it lets you see exactly how much you are brewing as it is marked in 1/2 ounce increments. I recommend this product all the time.
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There are some pretty impressive gourmet restaurants out there. At times, the food may be debatable, but the presentation is always impeccable. Great chefs know that a part of the culinary experience lies in the table service. You just don't serve a gourmet meal on disposable plates. And, so it...