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What does a constellation have to do with brewing? Well, nothing if you are talking about charting celestial bodies to look like brutes battling bulls. However, this particular constellation-looking line chart is really a unique way to communicate your brewing recipe. Where did it come from, how does it work, and how can I use it?  

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BUNN multi-cup brewer. √
Ground Coffee √
Amount of coffee to use….. Uhhh. Two Scoops?

If you are anything like me the amount of coffee you use for your brew it depends on your mood but getting the ideal flavor out of your coffee requires measuring out the proper amount of your grinds.

Why go to such precise measures if you know what you already like? The answer is simple; the coffee-to-water ratio equation helps create great tasting coffee and unlocks the maximum flavor from of each brew.

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You've probably never looked at your morning routine of brewing coffee as a work of science, but it is.  Numerous elements must align in order to extract the ideal coffee flavor.  What are these elements?  Water, filtration, grind and the three T's of coffee brewing.  The three T's are: Time, Temperature and Turbulence.   Let's take a look at the first T -- Time.

Time

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Brewing coffee is a work of science in which numerous elements, including the three T's of coffee brewing, must align in order to extract the ideal coffee flavor.   Last month we looked at Time.  Now it's time to take a deeper look at the second T of proper brewing---Temperature.

Temperature

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Over the past couple months we've looked atthe first two elements of three T's of coffee brewing- Time and Temperature.  Time is an important element in coffee brewing, as the amount of time the water is contact with the coffee determines the amount of coffee material extracted. This is the major component that affects flavor. The temperature of the water during the brewing cycle affects the flavor and extraction of coffee.    This element has a great influence on how brewed coffee will taste. Today we are going to examine the last T of proper brewing---Turbulence.

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We are hosting a coffee webinar that we think you will enjoy.

The Immersion and Drip brewing webinar

Learn about immersion and drip brewing methods tomorrow, August 9, 2013, at 2 pm EST.   Rusty from BUNN will explain the process for immersion and drip brewing, how they are different and how to properly execute both methods.  
You'll also learn:

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