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Convenient coffee kit from Prima Coffee
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If you crave great coffee and need a convenient way to make it, this bundle is for you. Combine a Bonavita automatic brewer, Baratza burr grinder, and your very own Prima Coffee mug and you'll be looking at the simplest specialty coffee set-up around. When you buy this gear together, you're saving over $30 – and that's a lot of coffee.

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Bonavita is a newcomer to the specialty coffee scene in the U.S., but their products will by no means let them go unnoticed for long. Bonavita's first product offerings fill a much needed gap in affordable specialty coffee brewing gear for the home. It is because of both the quality and affordability of Bonavita's products that we are bringing in two completely new products for our coffee loving customers. The first of these is Prima Coffee Equipment's first ever offered automatic home coffee brewing machine. While there are a couple of brewers on the market that could stand up to our quality standards for a home brewer, they were too expensive. Bonavita's automated coffee brewers offer the same quality of the more expensive brewers at a fraction of the cost. The second unprecedented product offering from Bonavita is their electric pour over brewing kettle. With the indefinite delay of the electric Hario Buono Kettle, the Bonavita Electric Gooseneck Stainless Kettle is the first of its kind. Like the automated coffee brewer, this pour-over kettle is cheaper than other pour-over or electric hot water kettles. We're extremely excited about these new products and look forward to more from Bonavita.

I recently purchased this combo from you and was wondering what setting you use on the encore to produce an excellent cup of coffee with the bonavita.  I tried 16 and the first sip was slightly bitter but buy the end of that cup I had to have another. 

Asked by: Trent
Hi, Trent. The grind size greatly depends on the dose. If your coffee tastes bitter, it's likely that your grind was too fine, and that the water dripped through too slowly. Try coarsening up your grind to achieve a slightly faster brew time. Bitter flavors generally indicate what we call "over extraction" which usually means the coffee and water were in contact for too long.
Answered by: Rfelb
Date published: 2014-05-06
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