25 Apr '13, 6pm

A Brewing Sing-A-Long With @Imbibe and @JasonDominy

Pre-wetting the coffee filter helps heat ceramic and glass brewers as well as rinse away any flavors that a dry paper filter might impart to your finished cup. To pre-wet, open up the paper filter and place it in the cone brewer with a coffee mug or pitcher underneath. Pour an ample amount of near-boiling water through the filter being sure to wet the sides all the way up. And don’t forget to dump the water from the mug or pitcher before any actual brewing.

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