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24-49 posts Topic: Is it possible to beat the best coffee shops at home?     (Pages: 1, 2, 3)
Forum: Espresso Discussions: Espresso Machines   Subject: Re: Is it possible to beat the best coffee shops at home?   Posted: Tue Mar 3, 2015, 10:21pm

Preview: You don't consider Café Myriade good? You are picky.   Of course you won't beat the best baristas at the top of their game. Buying a Porsche doesn't make you a top racing driver, nor does hours of...
baldheadracing
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Under 25 posts Topic: LM GS3 Pump Is Louder When Plumbed In
Forum: Espresso Discussions: Espresso Machines   Subject: LM GS3 Pump Is Louder When Plumbed In   Posted: Tue Mar 3, 2015, 10:12pm

Preview: Recently I changed my water source to tank and realized the pump was running very quiet as compare to plumbed in. My line pressure is constant at 2 bar, I have a pressure gauge before the machine. Once...
jdrock
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Under 25 posts Topic: What's causing my inconsistency?
Forum: Espresso Discussions: Espresso Machines   Subject: Re: What's causing my inconsistency?   Posted: Tue Mar 3, 2015, 10:07pm

Preview: Thanks all - I know it's been a while, but just though I'd let you know that it's getting a lot better - basing most things now on "feel".  Best  Matt www.MakingGoodCoffee.com
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24-49 posts Topic: Is it possible to beat the best coffee shops at home?     (Pages: 1, 2, 3)
Forum: Espresso Discussions: Espresso Machines   Subject: Re: Is it possible to beat the best coffee shops at home?   Posted: Tue Mar 3, 2015, 9:13pm

Preview: That is definitely one thing I suspected: not having to go fast and not having to have equipment that is built to withstand 100s of shots per day might actually be a plus.
AlexStabile
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Under 25 posts Topic: Rossi RR45 Burrs and parts
Forum: Espresso Discussions: Grinders - Espresso   Subject: Re: Rossi RR45 Burrs and parts   Posted: Tue Mar 3, 2015, 9:09pm

Preview: Good luck with Rosito Bisani I have a Brasilia Mini Classic and have suffered from years of non existent service and they are the only US supplier of parts. Worst customer service ever.  One benefit is...
floydpink
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Under 25 posts Topic: Anyone make a decent french press with thick glass and a decent filter
Forum: Coffee Discussions: Machines and Brewing Methods   Subject: Re: Anyone make a decent french press with thick glass and a decent filter   Posted: Tue Mar 3, 2015, 9:07pm

Preview: Been there!  Here is what I found, but all except the Espro have the same metal mesh you see everywhere.   First there is the Thermos Nissan coffee press. It's an actual Thermos so it's insulated and not...
PrescottCR
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Under 25 posts Topic: Anyone make a decent french press with thick glass and a decent filter
Forum: Coffee Discussions: Machines and Brewing Methods   Subject: Anyone make a decent french press with thick glass and a decent filter   Posted: Tue Mar 3, 2015, 8:57pm

Preview: I'm tired of the glass breaking once or twice a year on my bodum french press and the filter can let grinds slip through the sides of the filter  Anyone make a thicker glass press pot? And a better...
BuzzedLightyear
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24-49 posts Topic: Is it possible to beat the best coffee shops at home?     (Pages: 1, 2, 3)
Forum: Espresso Discussions: Espresso Machines   Subject: Re: Is it possible to beat the best coffee shops at home?   Posted: Tue Mar 3, 2015, 8:55pm

Preview: Yes. You can. A lot depends on what your definition of 'good' is.   Buy - good beans, good grinder, good machine, a scale and good milk. Lots of beans and milk to practice. Looks like you have some idea...
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