May 13, 2009

Use Science and Design to Make the Perfect Cup of Single Serve Coffee

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We're pretty sure we've never seen a roaster, grinder, and single serve coffee maker all in this format before. One of the things that makes this such an amazing single serve coffee maker is the fact the entire process is done using glass beakers, thus allowing you to view the entire coffee making session. We love it, and think you'll truly get the idea by watching the video below.

Take 50 green beans. Roast for 7 minutes for a medium roast, 9 minutes for a dark roast. Cool beans. Whilst grinding the cooled beans heat the water until air bubbles begin to pop. Place ground beans into water. Stir and brew for 4 minutes. Then pour and enjoy a cup of fresh perfect coffee.

Via Gizmodo at Tom Metcalfe

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Posted by Jay Brewer at May 13, 2009 8:28 AM

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Neat idea, but it has one very serious shortcoming; at least the way that it is being presented. Those who roast their own coffee on a regular basis will tell you that a cardinal rule of coffee roasting is as follows:

"YOU NEVER GRIND AND BREW, TILL THE FRESH ROASTED COFFEE HAS CURED FOR SEVERAL HOURS!" Your fresh roasted coffee will always be better after it has had a few hours to develop, after roasting. In fact, coffee roasted 4 or 5 days ago usually tastes better than coffee that was roasted only 10 minutes earlier.

So, although this is a neat idea, I think I'll take a pass on it.


Posted by: John Gaver at May 18, 2009 5:54 AM
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