06 Feb '18, 5pm

Pick your poison, you can brew coffee or tea using this method

Yama Glass Silverton’s are kind of like magic. One Brewer with many tricks. In a downloadable PDF , we have made a cheat sheat for brewing an immersion method with the Yama Glass Silverton. Immersion brewing is one of the most popular methods for the Silverton.

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