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    I've made two AeroPress's the day after they arrived, don't know what recipe others have used but I think I'll have a go at grinding coarser and steeping longer.
    Made an espresso yesterday (I know, a bit young - thick crema etc.. Bright.. Steamed a little bit of milk and made a mini flattie with what was left in my espresso cup. Cut through but wasn't the greatest.)

    Think I'll try a V60 next. Very nice.

    Any recipe ideas?
    Spro = 2011 Mazzer Major auto (Ti burrs) + 2007 La Pavoni Europiccola Millennium
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    Anyone tried this as an espresso yet!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by steveholt View Post
    Anyone tried this as an espresso yet!?
    erm..
    Spro = 2011 Mazzer Major auto (Ti burrs) + 2007 La Pavoni Europiccola Millennium
    Brew = Isomac Macinino Professionale Inox + V60/AeroPress/Syphon

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    Quote Originally Posted by steveholt View Post
    Anyone tried this as an espresso yet!?
    No I am still resting it.

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    Cool, just curious if the general resting is closer to ten days than five, or if anyone was impatient.
    ....well in addition to Rhys's early espresso.


    I will be likely opening a bag of something on Friday, should it be this. Hmmmm

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    Starting mine tomorrow. Hopefully I'll manage to dial it in quickly.
    Ambient Vesuvius, Probat EK43 & Feldgind

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    18 to 41 in 33s for my first and only attempt this morning. The few sips as an espresso were very nice. I then added milk to make a flat white and whilst it was good, the milk diluted the taste a bit much so tomorrow I shall try a slightly finer grind and I may also make a 4oz flat instead of 5oz as I expect that shall be lovely. I shall probably try cupping it on Saturday.
    Ambient Vesuvius, Probat EK43 & Feldgind

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    17.5-> 38 in 28 seconds for espressos to give a fruit forward, smooth bodied, slightly chocolattey espresso.

    I haven't done a pourover on this one yet (as I still have a quite a few filter beans, and little espresso-able stock to hand), but I am really enjoying the espresso, and as a small (5oz) capp too.

    I seem to need a pretty fine grind to get acceptable tasting/pour time results (just as an FYI for those yet to dial in for espresso)

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    Couldn't resist. Just made a V60 with these beans. First taste was the chocolate and nuts - very smooth

    Then getting the fruit creeping up on me but the choc / nuts are more prominent

    Very nice. Will try as espresso later in the week
    a grinder a lever and some beans

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    Reaching the end of these beans and now getting bags of sweetness, loads of fruit. Chocolate has reduced

    A great start to this years subscription
    a grinder a lever and some beans

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