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Surprised by pressurized portafilter and pre-ground

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2022.01.20 11:58 GZ22 Surprised by pressurized portafilter and pre-ground

Ok so call it coffee blasphemy but I tried something frowned upon.
I ran out of coffee beans from our local roaster. They're new and I've been happy to support them (Spotted Fawn Coffee Co). So I decided to try the pressurized basket in my Breville espresso machine and filled it with some old Folgers I had kicking around. Naturally I went for a Long Black/short Americano style, and damn, it's actually a good cup of coffee.
Do I have bad taste or do others do this too? Why is using the pressurized baskets and preground coffee so looked down on. I mean it wasn't as good as fresh, but it was certainly better than most coffee I would have gotten from a restaurant or whatever.
Anyways just curious on people's thoughts on this. The internet seems to mostly say not to bother with the pressurized baskets.
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