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12 years 7 months ago #2835 by Alan Moore
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I read about the Clover coffee maker in the Globe and Mail (if I recall correctly) and was rather excited. Managed to get in to Discovery Coffee one afternoon that I was off early and ordered a cup. I'm not exactly an expert at coffee, but the mug I had was weak and not tasty at all. I tried it black so I could get the full experience of this new and exciting system, and didn't like it. So I added my usual cream and sugar and it was still... Weak. I didn't even finish the cup. Don't know if I got a bad cup or what, but I won't be rushing back there for another try.
12 years 7 months ago #2837 by colin
You should have brought it to their attention. There are a zillion ways of preparing Clover coffee -- and generally, if you are used to paint-peeling strong coffee, Clover might not be for you - Basically, it is highly filtered \"press\" coffee...
I use a couple of different kinds of Bodum's and Melior brewers at home to replicate this experience -- but there is way more sediment in home brewed french press.
Go back - or let me know when you are going to be there and I will meet up with you and share a brew.
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