drip doesn't work either. They all drip. What do you call it? You made an argument but presented no solution. Not that I disagree with the point.
I may have had a few rum and diet pepsi's way too many tonight - but I need to ask...are you high? There's a whole lot of stuff not right in this country but honey, today - that's not one of em'
That is funny!
I suppose that is why it is a pet peeve, and not a world isssue. This is a pretty funny topic though, and I'm not sure tthat there is a perfect solution.
The Village Bean said:I may have had a few rum and diet pepsi's way too many tonight - but I need to ask...are you high? There's a whole lot of stuff not right in this country but honey, today - that's not one of em'
James Hoffmann wrote a blog post and made a presentation to coffee professionals at the UK Coffee Leader Summit in which he made a distinction between espresso and "brewed" coffee. It turns out that "brewed" in this case means french-press-extracted.
He makes some good points but it's clear, based on his poor English usage in general, that he has a lot of work to do if he wants to be articulate about his craft. In this particular post alone he lumps presses together with drip methods, so it's clear that he knows enough to know that using "brewed" in this way is overly general and therefore not useful. Specialty coffee is all about experience and education and the burden of both falls on the barista/roaster/owner's ability to communicate effectively.