by Nicki Wood
The point is that there's no reason for a phenomenon, be it ever so obscure, not to be named. Even the sludge that sometimes slips past the coffee plunger deserves a moniker. After all, it has real consequences: It means there's a risk in taking that last sip of coffee that it will be 10 percent coffee and 90 percent sludge. And now it has a name, given to it by the markets of GSI's camping coffee press: coffee blowby.