Any pour over coffee brewers?

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Re: Any pour over coffee brewers?

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There was a running phone/text in theme on radio 5 the other day with the tea vs coffee debate.

One interesting take was that coffee needs you to alter the taste (adding sugar or milk) to make it drinkable whereas tea can just be enjoyed as it is.
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iain wrote: Sat Aug 26, 2023 6:03 pm There was a running phone/text in theme on radio 5 the other day with the tea vs coffee debate.

One interesting take was that coffee needs you to alter the taste (adding sugar or milk)to make it drinkable whereas tea can just be enjoyed as it is.
Not if it’s brewed right! :lol:
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^^^ Now that’s interesting. I drink coffee such as espresso black with no sugar, I have a little sugar in my Mediterranean mud (as I believe you called it) and occasionally I will put milk in coffee, usually at breakfast. If I were to put milk in tea I would probably vomit; I can just about tolerate it with a slice of lemon but nothing else.
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jkbarnes wrote: Sat Aug 26, 2023 6:06 pm Not if it’s brewed right! :lol:
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I didn’t drink tea or coffee until uni and so I drank both black from the get-go because I could never guarantee the milk in the shared fridge would be in date :lol:
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