There are two main types of coffee brewer – drip, and immersion. They each make coffee slightly differently, but one of them is far more efficient. Here’s why!

Did you get the units switched on the cost of coffee? Pounds and kilograms?

Thanks for the video. Beautifully clear.

Patrick

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I may be missing something, but your example assumes that the water left behind in the drip case contains zero dissolved solids. As you state, this is not quite true. But a more accurate determination of the amount of solids left in the, say, 30 g of water might materially change the comparison. Do you have a more accurate estimate of the amount of coffee solids dissolved in the leftover water in the drip case?
Thanks,
R. Savit

Hi Matt,

Did you get the units switched on the cost of coffee? Pounds and kilograms?

Thanks for the video. Beautifully clear.

Patrick

I may be missing something, but your example assumes that the water left behind in the drip case contains zero dissolved solids. As you state, this is not quite true. But a more accurate determination of the amount of solids left in the, say, 30 g of water might materially change the comparison. Do you have a more accurate estimate of the amount of coffee solids dissolved in the leftover water in the drip case?

Thanks,

R. Savit