Nora Senior Member Joined: 27 Dec 2007 Posts: 2 Location: Oregon Expertise: Just starting
Espresso: Le'Lit 041 Grinder: Rocky Rancilio Drip: french press
Posted Sat Jan 23, 2010, 11:49am Subject: Re: Flushing Rocky (Part II)
Who would have guessed...
I was searching on the internet for an air tight container and discovered a Good Housekeeping review of containers click here . Click Clack was rated as the best air tight container for dry goods. When I continued to research these containers, who would have guessed that I would end up at Coffee Geek to learn about several Rocky mods that I'll be trying as soon as finish this post.
This is the first post that I've made here. However, reading Coffee Geek helped me to select and locate my grinder (Rocky) and espresso machine (Le'Lit) about a year ago. Invaluable web site - thanks to all who have made this site the fantastic site that it is.
eastbaysanfranman Senior Member Joined: 29 Oct 2007 Posts: 186 Location: east bay area san francisco Expertise: I live coffee
Espresso: Nueva Simmoneli Oscar Grinder: Rancilio Rocky doserless Vac Pot: Hario Drip: Technivorm/Chemex/Espro... Roaster: Behmor
Posted Sat Jan 23, 2010, 6:58pm Subject: Re: Flushing Rocky (Part II)
Ok, so here it is, I finally figured out my absolute favorite way to flush the grounds out of my doserless Rocky, it's the Dirt Devil Scorpion turbo. It's a plug in handvac which the guy at the whirlpool store told me that it's the most powerful handvac which he had seen. So I bought one. Let me tell you, it works great. Forget about the click clack, get a dirt devil! Theres a couple trick to it so if anyone would like, I have a few tips.
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