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Coffee may refer to either the beverage, coffee beans, or just the flavor. See also http://coffee.stackexchange.com/, a dedicated site for coffee. Questions *purely* about coffee can be asked there, but cooking questions involving coffee are definitely best asked here.

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I prefer to weigh the coffee. Most home coffeemakers are "10-cup". A good starting point is 1.25 to 1.5oz of ground coffee (use more if it's a coarse grind) per 10-cup pot. For commercial 12-cup … brewers, start at 1.5oz and work up... 1.75 or 2oz is generally ideal. Starbucks uses almost 3oz to brew a pot, but they are doing all of the following: -Using a gourmet coffee -Using a very coarse …
answered May 23 '14 by daglmu
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In my experience, a coffee with good acidity is sought after by most connoisseurs. Most of the African coffees are especially known for their "bright" acidity...most notably Ethiopian and Kenya AA … coffee. To reiterate what someone else said, dark roasted coffee is less acidic. That said, some people seek lower-acidity coffee (like Sumatra Mandheling) because they feel that it's easier on their stomach. …
answered Mar 13 '14 by daglmu
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There's a whole group of people who are ONLY willing to make coffee using a mesh filter basket (a.k.a. "gold tone" filter basket). As long as the mesh is fine enough, you'll be fine. That said, you …
answered Mar 13 '14 by daglmu