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The most common way to make a long black is by pouring hot water over finely-ground beans and giving them time (typically three minutes) for extraction. The oils will saturate everything they come into contact with (coffee grinds, filters etc.), which means that if your equipment is too harsh on the fragile oils then this may keep you from achieving your full brew potential.
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