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Posted Thu Dec 23, 2004, 5:28pm
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Just having a little fun with paintbrush.  Here's wishing all you coffeegeeks Happy Holidays!!!   Oh, and don't forget to indulge in plenty of good coffee this holiday season.  My 2 lbs of Espresso Vivace Vita blend should be here tommorrow.  My family is in for a real treat this weekend.

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Posted Thu Dec 23, 2004, 5:43pm
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Chris,

Is this one poured out of the Alessi jug??  I got mine today, and my first pour with it was so-so, I guess I have to get used to its way of pouring.  In any case, I know there will be a lot of Wooos & Ahhhhs at your family's holiday party...

Have a great one,

Steve
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spinnaker007 Said:

Chris,

Is this one poured out of the Alessi jug??  I got mine today, and my first pour with it was so-so, I guess I have to get used to its way of pouring.  In any case, I know there will be a lot of Wooos & Ahhhhs at your family's holiday party...

Have a great one,

Steve

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Hi Steve.  Yup,  this is straight out of the Alessi.   Things are starting to come along now.  It just takes some getting used to.  I've got some more photo's on my camera, but I'm just slacking lately with hooking the camera up to the computer and downloading the photos, etc.   About the family party,  I'm going to have to be at my best,  seeing how I'm bringing my Rancilio Rialto to my parent's house.  I'm pretty hit or miss with that thing.  Oh well,  atleast it will taste good.    

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