For those of us who can't afford a coffee machine:
Free delivery with $50 spend.
Or who can't be bothered with espresso
Yeah, doing espresso properly is thousands. I can have a really nice filter set-up for 600-700.
Thanks OP, might take the plunge and get one.
His plunger broke rolls eyes and laughs
How's that gonna help me unclog my toilet?
How does this compare to bodum plungers?
These are fine, but the steel frame around it doesn't maintain level, the glass shifts position over time
People still drink plunger coffee?
You bet. It's amazing.
Yes! I make plunger coffee almost everyday and I remember watching that video when I first started 5 years ago.
Serious question. Can these be used to froth milk?
There's no mechanical parts, so if you mean automatically then no. Depending on my mood, I'll use a nutri ninja, drink it black with butter, or this type of milk frother that works surpisingly well. It heats and whizzes at the same time -. https://www.aldi.com.au/en/groceries/pantry/coffee/coffee-de...
What's your recipe for drinking black with butter?
Pretty close to the standard bulletproof. About 200ml water in the plunger, 1-2 shots of coffee, about 25g of butter, 1 tbsp MCT. Whizzed in the nutri ninja.
Mind you without milk it does taste like ass. You do get used to it, but I generally only do this when I'm doing full keto.
Otherwise a good lactose free milk is thrown in as well - I use 130ml water then and 150ml milk.
Are you doing anything different? Always keen to experiment.
Search YouTube. It seems possible but doesn't look that frothy
Been doing it for years after it was suggested on OzBargain. Certainly frothy - often requiring spooning last out.
Some videos show use in producing "coffee art".
Yes. Been using a Bodum for frothing milk for years. Gave up on electric milk frothers. Light & handy for travel.
Daabido 19 hours 42 min agonew
+4 votes You bet. It's amazing.
So after frigging around for ten to fifteen minutes your coffee is motherless cold….