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Under 25 posts Topic: Fairmountain Sumatra
Forum: Espresso Discussions: Espresso Blends   Subject: Re: Fairmountain Sumatra   Posted: Sun Sep 28, 2014, 6:24pm

Preview: Honestly a single origin sumatra has never much interested me. I do think that it compliments milk extremely well when blended for espresso
thepilgrimsdream
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Under 25 posts Topic: Chipas Mexico coffee beans
Forum: Espresso Discussions: Espresso Blends   Subject: Re: Chipas Mexico coffee beans   Posted: Sun Sep 28, 2014, 6:20pm

Preview: We roast a Mexican Chiapas at my store.   It seems to be one of the favorite single origins almost as popular as the Ethiopians for us. Sure you could find a local one or blue bottle's would be excellent
thepilgrimsdream
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Under 25 posts Topic: Glass carafe Vs Thermos     (Pages: 1, 2)
Forum: Coffee Discussions: Machines and Brewing Methods   Subject: Re: Glass carafe Vs Thermos   Posted: Sun Sep 28, 2014, 6:08pm

Preview: No, you can't. I emailed Boavita. You cannot switch off the heating pad.
Tommaso
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Under 25 posts Topic: Glass carafe Vs Thermos     (Pages: 1, 2)
Forum: Coffee Discussions: Machines and Brewing Methods   Subject: Re: Glass carafe Vs Thermos   Posted: Sun Sep 28, 2014, 3:49pm

Preview: Two other considerations:  A glass carafe can go through the dishwasher.  According to the Seattle Coffee Gear folks, thermal v glass carafe makes no...
PhillyRick
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Under 25 posts Topic: BENEFITS OF A MANUAL GRINDER OVER ELECTRIC?     (Pages: 1, 2)
Forum: Espresso Discussions: Grinders - Espresso   Subject: Re: BENEFITS OF A MANUAL GRINDER OVER ELECTRIC?   Posted: Sun Sep 28, 2014, 3:28pm

Preview: The HG One is a large conic, as well made in its own way as the Robur, designed for the home barista who single doses by weight and doesn't mind the extra time effort to produce each dose; and for that...
boar_d_laze
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Under 25 posts Topic: BENEFITS OF A MANUAL GRINDER OVER ELECTRIC?     (Pages: 1, 2)
Forum: Espresso Discussions: Grinders - Espresso   Subject: Re: BENEFITS OF A MANUAL GRINDER OVER ELECTRIC?   Posted: Sun Sep 28, 2014, 3:23pm

Preview: I find this question rather interesting, as I am currently looking into the HG-One.   To help provide a little direction. How about looking at the HG-One (hand grinder) and the Mazzer Robar (electric)....
IntrepidQ3
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Under 25 posts Topic: BENEFITS OF A MANUAL GRINDER OVER ELECTRIC?     (Pages: 1, 2)
Forum: Espresso Discussions: Grinders - Espresso   Subject: Re: BENEFITS OF A MANUAL GRINDER OVER ELECTRIC?   Posted: Sun Sep 28, 2014, 3:08pm

Preview: Your other response was dead on.  Len
CoffeeRoastersClub
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Under 25 posts Topic: Immersion Drip Brewer How To
Forum: Columns, How-Tos, and Reviews: How-To Article Feedback   Subject: Re: Immersion Drip Brewer How To   Posted: Sun Sep 28, 2014, 2:16pm

Preview: at Step 1, cleaning the paper filter, I use this as an opportunity to heat up the ceramic. I let the hot water simmer -- with the lid on -- while I grind. Then I drain it and start the brewing process in...
BradleyS
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Under 25 posts Topic: BENEFITS OF A MANUAL GRINDER OVER ELECTRIC?     (Pages: 1, 2)
Forum: Espresso Discussions: Grinders - Espresso   Subject: Re: BENEFITS OF A MANUAL GRINDER OVER ELECTRIC?   Posted: Sun Sep 28, 2014, 2:02pm

Preview: Now now, someone has to eventually right this CAPSized thread...:)  On the surface is a question with rather obvious (and somewhat sarcastic) answers.  But with some added context it can be of value....
z0mbie
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Under 25 posts Topic: GS 3 Water filter units
Forum: Espresso Discussions: Espresso Machines   Subject: GS 3 Water filter units   Posted: Sun Sep 28, 2014, 1:57pm

Preview: I just replaced the water filter  below my GS3. I found how to cancel the warning message and reset the counter (in the software programming manual) but therein is says the the counter will count down...
Neal
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