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    Default Is it ok for attys?

    I would think that this has been tried before, so I would like to know what the verdict is on the longevity of attys using homemade coffee juice?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scottes View Post
    Actually, I find nylon mesh bags used for winemaking to be the best. Different mesh sizes and washable and reusable. Far superior to cheesecloth.

    Reusable Nylon Mesh Hop Bag (8 x 9 in.) :: Midwest Supplies Homebrewing and Winemaking Supplies
    Thanks Scottes, that looks to be the item I was thinking about. On this forum a person can find the best supplier sites, if you just look and save them.
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    Thanks for the tip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hookaddict View Post
    I took half a cup of decaf coffee grounds, one vanilla bean and a cup of PG and let it soak in for 2 days top with plastic wrap and ziplock bag in the fridge. Then i strained out the the pg from the coffee and out came the most realistic coffee e- juice that i have ever tasted!!! I added a few drops of loranns caramel to it and wow.


    And at what type of store do you find vanilla beans?

    Interesting thread. I have been trying different premade coffee flavors ~

    A true customized coffee flavor would be great!

    (and this way is less $$ )

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    Loving this thread...

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    Quote Originally Posted by PixieCut View Post
    And at what type of store do you find vanilla beans?
    I've found them at my local supermarket - one of those massive Super Stop & Shop ones. Whole Food Market, and possibly Trader Joe's, are likely places to find it.


    For top-notch stuff, Penzey's Spice is great.
    Spices at Penzeys Spices Vanilla Beans

    Their cinnamon - real Ceylon cinnamon, not cassia - is addictive.
    General cinnamon: Spices at Penzeys Spices Cinnamon
    Ceylon softstick, great for infusions: Spices at Penzeys Spices Softstick Cinnamon
    A 4oz pack is quite a bit and will last quite a while.

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    Thanks Scottes!

    Penzy's ships overseas so I will be able to try this out.

    I'm taking notes on all the good tips in this thread....the search for my perfect coffee is on!

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    Oh heck, I didn't realize you were from Germany. You shouldn't have to ship overseas to get vanilla beans. Try some gourmet supermarkets, or even a high-end candy maker or ice cream maker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scottes View Post
    Actually, I find nylon mesh bags used for winemaking to be the best. Different mesh sizes and washable and reusable. Far superior to cheesecloth.

    Reusable Nylon Mesh Hop Bag (8 x 9 in.) :: Midwest Supplies Homebrewing and Winemaking Supplies
    Thanks i will buy some of these..
    Guys !! What else can we infuse with?
    Tea ?
    Chamomile?

    any ideas ?
    I'm getting into the "In-fusion" scene.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scottes View Post
    Oh heck, I didn't realize you were from Germany. You shouldn't have to ship overseas to get vanilla beans. Try some gourmet supermarkets, or even a high-end candy maker or ice cream maker.

    My German is far from fluent I always appreciate an online source for things!

    Knowing the type of store always helps me out with the search.

    There are some great markets here. I'm sure they are available somewhere very close to me.

    It will just take a little adventure to get them! LOL

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