Question about Cuisinart DCC-1200 Coffee Maker
I have some ground coffee from Germany. However, the coffe grind is much finer than in the USA, so the water flows more slowly through the filter.
Problem is, the filter basket overflows, making a mess and getting coffee grounds in the coffee carafe. Is there an adjustment to slow the delivery of water while brewing? My solution is to interrupt the brewing cycle by turning the machine on and off at three-minute intervals.
I think there must be a possible adjustment. They sell this machine in Europe, don't they?
(I had the same problem with my previous coffee maker, a different brand.)
You probably have coffee ground for a drip coffee pot, not an automatic drip coffee maker. With a drip coffee pot, you put the coffee in and add the hot water on top of that. You might want to try a coffee press. They are fantastic for the finer grinds of coffee. Some Mexican coffees are ground almost as fine as flour and a press works great. You can get a press for about $12 & up.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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