Javapresse Manual Coffee Grinder Review

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34thncrenshaw says:

how did that yellow water taste? more coffee next time boyyyy!!

Shane Luckett says:

The coffee looked like brown water when u poured it lol. Way too much water for so little grounds.

loch ness says:

Perfectly timed video, was drinking my morning coffee to this…. I prefer Dark roast, but will drink others when not around, after all I need coffee…lol

Ian.M says:

Wrong about the caffeine jack coffee as the same caffeine from light to dark roast

Lisandro Garcia says:

Ima use this to grind my weed lol

Smoking TarHeel says:

That one looks just like mine Jack! I like mine and it does a great job.

Michael Schneider says:

buy a funnel.

andi lee says:

Yes! I've been looking for a manual burr grinder. Always looking for a better coffee bean, too. Okay, guess I better shut up and watch. LOL! So excited!

Jaime San Miguel says:

If you measure your coffee by scoops, light roasted coffee will have more caffeine. Since the beans are denser than a darker roast. However if you weigh out your scoops, darker roasts will have more caffeine, because there is less mass.

Nathanael Hickenbottom says:

Dark roast with extra shot of espresso!

Snowpink6663 Fine says:

I don't like coffee any more it smells nasty , I know it maybe who makes the coffee but it stinks.Peace sweetie

Arzhang Ashkan says:

Better yet, get an electric conical burr grinder. I know they can get pricy, but it will last forever and you don't have to sit there cranking. You can also adjust the size of the grind. Keep up with coffee videos. I've been roasting coffee for a long time too. If you want some information on that let me know or google/youtube it. It's a fun hobby and you will have the best coffee in the neighborhood.

Fuzzyscarfandmittens says:

That looked a little weak there Jack. I don't think you ground enough for that much water.

EddieWNC says:

I've had mlne for about a year now. After a while I noticed that I started having pain in the joints of the hand holding the grinder because I had to grip it so hard to keep it from turning as I moved the handle. The solution I came up with is an old one … I wrapped a couple of 1/4'' rubber bands around the upper body where I grip it. Problem solved. Much easier to grind now.

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