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  • +5

    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.

  • +6

    Thanks OP, might take the plunge and get one.

  • His plunger broke rolls eyes and laughs

  • +3

    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?

    • +4

      You bet. It's amazing.
      https://youtu.be/st571DYYTR8

      • 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.
    https://youtu.be/st571DYYTR8
    So after frigging around for ten to fifteen minutes your coffee is motherless cold….

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