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  • SALE - Porcelain Immersion Filtercone by Bonavita - OLD MODEL

    The BonaVita Porcelain Immersion Filtercone is a porcelain dripper with a switch-operated stopper at the bottom. The base is plastic (clamped to the porcelain with screws) and the stopper is silicone. It's dishwasher-safe. If the coffee mug or cup you are brewing into has a minimum opening diameter between 2.5" and 3.75", then this filtercone will perch on it just fine.

    It uses #4 filters and brews about 16 oz of brewed coffee.

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  • SALE - Replacement AC Power Adapter for Jennings CJ Series Scales - NEW, DISCONTINUED

    Batteries last a long time in Jennings CJ series scales but when they finally run out of juice, you can get one of these. Plugging your scale in is good if it lives on your counter and you don't want to worry about your batteries dying on you. This works with the Jennings CJ-300, CJ-600 and CJ-4000 scales. 120v 60hz

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  • SALE - Zassenhaus Turkish Mill - USED, NO BOX

    This grinder was lightly used, but still works well. There is some normal wear on the brass. No box!

    The Zassenhaus Turkish Mill is the essential "mill for the road" in the original Nomadic spirit of Arabic coffee; roasted, ground and brewed in one sitting by merchants and traders. All coffee instruments were compact, folded into saddlebags, and were no less than sacred!

    The Zassenhaus Turkish Mill is a relatively recent discovery for me. I had heard that Zassenhaus used to make Turkish style mills 20 years ago, but had seen no recent examples. I desperately wanted to stock a Turkish mill, but the quality of 99% of the ones out is absolute crud. Then I found someone who was offering these coffee mills to top-notch restaurants and gourmets as "the ultimate pepper mill". It certainly is, because inside are chromed tool grade steel Zassenhaus burrs!

    The handle and knob are solid cast brass. The sides are solid brass with decorative traditional scroll designs. It holds enough coffee for a 4-6 cup brew. The grind is adjustable for anything for Filter Drip and finer. Not cheap but you will have it for a lifetime. Height without handle is 7 inches, diameter is 1.75 inches See our FAQ on Zassenhaus mills for more information.



     

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  • SALE - Painted Copper/Tin Slavic Style Ibrik 16 oz. - NEW

    We have two styles of these pots now, the traditional type with a flared bottom, and what our importer calls "Slavic style" with the pot being more rounded.

    The handle on this ibrik screws off which makes this a very handy pot for travelling or camping too. The wood handle is nicely turned and functional - the wood stays cooler longer.and has a good feel to it. The pots are copper on the outside, lined with tin inside.

    This pot holds 16 oz. and is 4.25" tall.  You ought to be able to make 12 oz. of turkish coffee in this Ibrik.  We have a tip sheet on brewing with an ibrik on this page.



     

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  • SALE - Painted Copper/Tin Ibrik Small 8 oz. - NEW

    These are very cute, and functional! Colorful glazes enliven these pots with a floral design. The wood handle is nicely turned and functional - the wood stays cooler longer.and has a good feel to it. The pots are copper on the outside, lined with tin inside.

    The small pot holds 8 oz. comfortably, is 3.25" high with 7" handle. You ought to be able to make 5 ounces of turkish coffee with this Ibrik.  We have a tip sheet on brewing with an ibrik on this page.



     

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  • SALE - Zassenhaus 151MA -Mahogany Box Mill - LIGHTLY USED, OPEN BOX

    This grinder was lightly used, but works well! Hand-cranking coffee mill For information follow this link!

    Hand-cranking coffee mill For information follow this link!

     

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  • Espresso Coffee: The Science of Quality by Illy and Vaini

    Espresso Coffee: The Science of Quality is by Rinantonio Viani of Nestle Research Laboratories in Switzerland and Andreas Illy of Illycafe and Nestle. This is the hardcover, rewritten Second Edition of the famous Espresso Coffee: The Chemistry of Quality. Famous? Well, among home roasters it is, because there are just too many "coffee recipe" and hokey espresso cookbooks out there ... and this book is 180 degrees opposite.

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  • Coffee Cupper's Handbook by Ted Lingle

    The full edition of the Coffee Cupper's Handbook by Ted Lingle.  This is a 66 Page, 8.5 x 11 cupping manual that includes a full-color reproduction of the Coffee Cupper's Flavor Wheel on the inside covers ... very handy!
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  • Coffee: Growing, Processing, Sustainable Production by Jean Wintgens

    This is the mother of all coffee books. Sure, Illy likes to show off what they know, but Nestle, Kraft, P&G etc have far more information. That is what this book is, a compendium of information from seasoned researchers and professionals, with quite a few (like Wintgens himself) having spent quite some time at Nestle. This book is oriented towards those with real information needs about coffee production, or those with an insatiable appetite for coffee information.

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  • Coffee Flavor Chemistry by Ivon Flament

    This book is not for you! Okay, maybe it is, but only of you are either a. in the coffee trade; b. have a strong science background; c. are an incessant know-it-all; or d. are a hardcore home roaster. This is much more of a reference book than a reading book. Now that I have said everything wrong with it, let me say now that it is fantastic and a must-have volume for every serious coffee library.

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