Question about Dacor CM24P-1 Coffee Maker
I have tweaked every possible thing I can and my coffee still tastes horrible with a metal like taste
THIS HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH THE COFFEE. This has to do with water filter system and most importantly descaling of machine, as over time the metals in side machine and tubing get a mold type build up. Its a chemical reaction from the water and tubing and the coffee and metals. To 100% solve this, descale the machine with water and vinegar mixed. Do this a couple of times and use bottled water to fill water tank if you do not have a good water filter tap system. I have been the espresso business for over 16 years with 4 locations, and it has nothing to do with the coffee. If it was the coffee or poor coffee it would tasted burned or bitter, but NOT tasting like metal.
Please rate my solution as you see helpful, Thanks Mike Espresso Expert
Posted on Oct 13, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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