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Measurements you suggest 12 scoops coffee/36c water. what size scoop?

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  • wandabl Dec 17, 2008

    i don't appreciate your condescending remark.

    my coffee doesn't come w/a scoop.

    if you don't know the answer, don't bother 'wizecracking'

    now again, 'what size scoop'

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The size that comes with the coffee.

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