Looking For Some Finer Details On Brewing The Perfect Cup!
I've been using a Keurig and freshly ground BPC for my daily intake.
Here is what I have been using-
Reusable filter - http://m.plstorebrands.com/vendors/products/2334.jpg
Either Glass Blender or Immersion Stick
I have been filling the reusable cup to the fill line with grounds and making about 10 ounces of coffee. I do this twice (using fresh grounds each time) and add 2-3tbs of Kerrygold and 2-3tbps of XCT or Brain Octane and then blend.
This fills up my Contigo which I drink throughout the day and leaves me some left over which I drink before leaving the house (start the day off right )
I've been aware for some time that my Keurig produces an inconsistent cup of coffee. Now it isn't always the machine, but I have been experimenting with different levels of coffee grind as well.
So like most of you I'm in search of the best and most convenient method.
So my questions-
1. Hario paperless or Aeropress (recommendations on which type-so many )?
2. How much ground coffee (in tablespoons please) should I be using for either of these(I know that it's more weight dependent, but I don't have a scale atm)?
3. How much water?
4. Best level of coffee grind? I know I have a cheap grinder, but I've been able to consistent levels of ground with various methods (shaking and time)
5. Favorite method of boiling water (favorite electric kettle)?
I'm on a budget, but I'm aiming for the best/consistently good experience. Even with my occasional bad cup of coffee, performance has been good and I haven't had issues with IF.