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Coffee on the Countertop!

No matter how you hold the pot or what you do, there is no you can pour a cup of coffee without getting at least a quarter cup on the counter. It's not just me...everyone who tries to pour a cup has the same problem.

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This is how my husband pours: he holds the lid open with the thumb lever and pours. It seems to work better if you pour slow. (I am always in too much of a hurry:)

Posted on Aug 11, 2009

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