I have been roasting coffee commercially for 2 years now and have recently upgraded my machine to a very nice 1940's Italian roaster. The size of it has meant I have had to move to my parents house in the country, despite being in a less built up area and fewer neighbours, they have started to complain. I think I need to sort things out before the council comes and finds me!
Just wondering if anyone has any experience with local planners and whether planning permission is actually required?
I have a box of Acme coffee cups for sale if anybody is interested.
I have 42 but can split into 6's
They are 200ml and a beautiful duck blue.
Was setting up a coffee bar and landlord pulled out in the last minute.
Based in cambridge and north london.
1. Consider the space in your kitchen
Choose coffee maker, go for a size that fit in the space that you have available. If you plan to leave it on the counter top, then ensure that the coffee maker fits on the available space. Avoid going for a large sized coffee maker if you have a small kitchen with little counter space because such a big appliance will take up so much space.
2. Think of storage
If you plan to store the coffee maker in a kitchen cabinet, then you are better
I don't know why I have to set my*grinder so much finer when I buy freshly roasted coffee beans from micro roasters ? When I open a bag of Lavazza beans where the beans were roasted 1 year ago, I can set my grinder much coarser. I wonder if the green beans from this micro roasters are too old? Freshly roasted yes, but fresh beans?
I bought the Eureka Mignon grinder about 4 weeks ago, after being told by a sales man, that I need to replace my Rancilio Rocky grinder with a Eureka mignon.
Well, my Rancilio Rocky never left mountains of ground coffee on my worktop and no, also not on his tray. I still have not managed to set my wanted grams of coffee with this stupid manual dial. And I can only set it for one cup. There are no two settings. How do I change the ground setting when there is no number, nothing to remind you ho
I am a reasonable electrics savvy guy but not by any means an expert.
I inadvertently replaced the 3 way solenoid in my beloved S27 with a 24v item not a 240v item (UK) AAAAAARRRGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHH !!!
The poor thing gave a loud ish click and stopped responding to button pushes although the fuse in the mains plug did not blow. The water temp and pressure seem fine as it fires up to around 1.0 bar
Anybody know where i can look to replace part/s, which parts would have been affect
Please don't laugh all you healthy strong home baristas. I was once healthy and managed to tamp hard enough. I don't know how many home baristas are out there who do have RSI, don't have enough strengths because of age or arthritis...but I am having serious problems to tamp. Any pressure on my wrists or fingers...is making my condition worse.
The price of the PuqPress is shocking for a home barista, but what's the solution apart from a bean to cup fully automatic machine.
Is anybody on thi
3.5 years old and hardly used. I didn't use the grinder for 6 months because I had a Tassimo machine. After that I only ground coffee for 2 shots per day.
Very well looked after. However I had a magnetic timer attached to one side which left that area slightly scratched. Beautifully clean burrs. Regularly cleaned. In perfect working order. Due to disability I have to upgrade.
Price : £150
I did this course on the weekend and honestly, I loved it!
Straight off the bat it was obvious Georgina (who was running the course) knew a lot about coffee and as a new coffee lover, she was easy to learn from without feeling over whelmed or feeling like I had no idea what was going on. She was able to cater to all the abilities in the class, from me (a newbie) to a cafe owner without making it feeling awkward or that she was trying to run two classes in one. Also she wa
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When was the last time you sat down and chilled with a cuppa and thought, thats the best coffee I've had this year?
Where was it?
What made it so good?
Could the barista have improved it any further?
Look forward to hearing your replies and reviews, answers posted @2020catering would also be gratefully received so I can get as many opinions as possible.