Less resistance in my French Press using Kenya Peaberries

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Less resistance in my French Press using Kenya Peaberries

Postby stevenzaat » Fri Jan 07, 2005 7:10 pm

Hi everybody,

I just started to brew coffee from my favourite coffee, Kenya Peaberrie, using my new Bodum French Press. The strange thing is that I do not have enough resistance when I push the filter through the coffee. I use the setting of my Maestro three dots from the filter sign and when I use Sumatra or Brazilian regular beans this is fine enough and got more then enough resistance.

Should I use a more fine setting or is it just normal for a Peaberry and can I stick to the same setting as for other coffees. The taste is still orgasmic, but as you know we as coffeegeks are always looking for improvement.

Best regards,

Steven
La Marzocco GS/3 with a Mini Mazzer Electronic (version B) for my espresso/cappuccino

Solis Maestro grinder for my french press vacuum brewed coffee, Hottop roaster, Cona D coffee brewer and a Bodum French Press.
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