Question about Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines
Hello Penny McEwan,
After two lifetimes in electronics... my highly sophisticated electronic background says ...
Get a clean paper sack.
Unplug you unit... and invert the MACHINE pouring the beans into the sack... While holding the machine in that position fetch it a good smack (one on the north side & another on it's south end).
Set the machine back down... like you mean it (good little bump to loosen any coffee bits)... pour the beans back into the hopper...
Plug the little beauty back in and
you should be ready to brew.
Else ... get a clean paper sack... (blah blah... blah)
empty it ... smack it... vacuum it out (try again)
Take it to your repair shop!
As for me... after two life times: I still have all the toys...
all put away... nice & clean on the shelf...
I boil 12 cups in a 3 quart pot...shut off the fire and dump in the fresh ground beans let the froth settle (about 5 to 10 minutes)
and pour my first cups through an old fashion Melitta #6
(un-bleached) filter into a 10 cup Melina pot ...
or Chemex carafe
Better than a FRENCH PRESS... camp-fire style without
DRINKING the grounds...
Adjusting the flavor by varying my dark roast between
ITALIAN & FRENCH... with a half mix of PEETS
(Major Dickason's) whole bean... Yum...!!
Big, bold and just like a great big chewy CABERNET
Sauvignon... (CAN'T SEE THROUGH IT).
Never ever leave it on the heat...!
(use the microwave to reheat... or just try ice coffee).
Filter & all goes into the compost
Costco sized cups, bags & 55 gallon drums (of course)
Hope this helps!
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