I like "proper" coffee, but can't be bothered with the faff of a cafetiere . This lets you make one cup/mug at a time with minimal cleaning/washing up. There are much cheaper ones on Amazon (around £5), but my searching fu seems to be failing at the moment.
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- I would never have guessed the #1 city!Feb 6, 2016
- Sorry it was happiest to work in, but as that is so much of our waking life it amounts to pretty much the same thing.... Doesn't it?Feb 6, 2016
- yes it does. I worked in Brighton for a while and it was a breathe of fresh air, literally.Feb 6, 2016
- hmm, the one thing I'm trying to figure out is why my tea does not taste as good as it once did. Been over a year now.
I tested my water for hardness recently and depending on who you ask its either 'moderately' hard or hard. But not hard enough to be scale forming.
Either my local water supply company has started adding something to the water or their source might have changed. The water does not taste different by itself.
I can test this using bottled water that's been through an ion exchanger. Very soft.Feb 7, 2016
- But does the ionizer water make better tea?Feb 16, 2016
- It does here. Water straight from the tap makes tea with a layer of scum floating on top. Apparently you can now get Yorkshire Tea bags for hard water areas, which are supposed to fix this problem.Feb 16, 2016
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