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We love our model E9 coffee maker. However, our coffee has been bitter. In South Florida our water isn't the greatest, but I use double-filtered tap water, and also bottled water. We also use good quality coffee. Should we clean the unit more often? I really need your help, because I know the coffee can taste better/ Mae Hawkins

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T is most likely the coffe you are using,I would suggest you try different roast from different brands until you find what you like..for axemple Lavazza coffe from Italy has all kind of different roast.
good luck

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