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Espresso: ECM Vene. A1, La Cimbali M32
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Posted Fri Jan 27, 2012, 7:37am
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I always take Amazon reviews with a hand full of salt. Most of them are from people who don't know what they want or buy something thinking it is one thing and not paying attention that it is something else.

 
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Espresso: Delonghi Kmix
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Posted Fri Jan 27, 2012, 5:33pm
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(Hello all,

I'm new to the forum, although I have been "stalking coffeegeek.com" since I received my new espresso machine. I love you guys and hope to be as informed some day....

I'm not ready to invest in a grinder yet but I was curious if anyone has a recommendation on a doser. Basically, I'm looking for some time of hopper/doser that I can put my ground espresso into that will then "dump" a set amount directly into my portafilter basket and finally tamp it?

I realize that I am taking a leap of faith here and that I may not even be in the correct forum string. I greatly appreciate any advice you kind coffee lovers can provide me.

Finally, I've noticed that many of you reference Amazon's links so I was curious if you all know about the CoffeeGeek Amazon Affiliate Link (Click Here (www.amazon.com)). I did not know about it until I happened upon the holiday gifts article. =)

Thanks!
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