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Engineered Perfection in Espresso, Professionally Speaking
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dcs
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Posted Wed Jan 14, 2004, 8:12pm
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Dear Readers,

Thank you for reading about this machine, and your patience with my mistake in the spelling of their name-Doh!

For all pricing and availability contact Eric at through TREUH.co.  However, I think they plan to make it as reasonably priced as they can.

David S.
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Posted Wed Jan 14, 2004, 9:18pm
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Wuh, this is an honor indeed.  Thanks for sharing this info with us.  As well as sharing your knowledge in your books, videos, articles.  It's a wealth of info.  I read them all.  Thank you.

 
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Posted Wed Jan 14, 2004, 11:15pm
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Yeah, I'd have to ditto that...I don't have a PID'd machine or anything, but Mr. Schomer's info has definitely helped me be more aware of Heat and produce better shots. And this machine Truehly seems to kick arse.

Jason A.
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Posted Thu Feb 19, 2004, 2:43pm
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All I can say is ZOUNDS!

They build em just across the sound from me. So close....yet soooo far I guess eh? The price may make them seem like they are built on Mars.

Dang...I want one. Dang.

Rich
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Posted Wed Feb 25, 2004, 4:24pm
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Hi.  I'm new.  I've been using Espresso Viviace for five years at my shop in K.C., Mo and correspond with David Schomer, intermittently.  I read the article on the Trueh and was thoroughly captivated as I use his Schomerized La Marzocco.  I recently e-mailed David and he didn't even acknowledge the questions I posed about the Macchina.  He did, however, tell me about a wonderful imperial stout from San Diego called Stone Stout.  Later, BarStefano
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Posted Wed Feb 25, 2004, 6:06pm
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Stone Imperial Stout was limited release. It's a truly huge beer. Massive flavours, aromas (and ABV). Very strong dark coffee aromas and flavours.
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Posted Sun Nov 21, 2004, 2:25pm
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The TREUH is now:
http://www.synesso.com/
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Posted Fri Apr 1, 2005, 12:08pm
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dcs Said:

Dear Readers,

Thank you for reading about this machine, and your patience with my mistake in the spelling of their name-Doh!

For all pricing and availability contact Eric at through TREUH.co.  However, I think they plan to make it as reasonably priced as they can.

David S.

Posted January 14, 2004 link


It sounds like that the good espresso is going to remain in US for most coffee shops, and the bad qualified espresso will become the past.

How is about it after more than a year.

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Posted Mon Oct 10, 2005, 8:18pm
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I'm glad that someone in the usa made such a machine, however the Dalla corte has been out for years. It also has custom made pid's that controll temp better through the years of experience. It has dose controll and you can change any function from your computer at home, IE temp of any group head, doseage, shot count, boiler temp, and all trouble codes.
I have personally used one and can see how their is no going back.

Keep the desire to improve alive... Love James.
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Posted Thu Apr 30, 2009, 9:42am
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Where has this topic disappeared to? I have been looking for any more information about this machine or company since 2008, finding nothing.
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