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NashNash

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  1. Nice. I liked this espresso too at 18 in 40 out in 30s.
  2. Ive had this set up for over a month now and its working out very well. Consistently good espresso shots and the milk is coming along nicely with the Expobar single hole tip. Cant see myself upgrading from here. 18g VST Ridgeless. IMS Shower screen. Inker Cups. 58.5mm Tamper from theespressoshop. 0.1g Scales. All in for just over £1k. Time to invest in some training...
  3. Cant wait to try the Guji Highland again....my favourite bean so far. Thanks Foundry Coffee Roasters!
  4. Is there a consensus on where to set the brew boiler pressure? I can see a range of 6.5 to 9.5 on various forum posts, but cant seem to find a dedicated thread. Perhaps someone could point it out if I missed it. How do you decide on what is the best pressure for your machine? Cheers
  5. Hi, Please can you post some pics of the inside of the machine, and of the underside of the group head. How long do you have to wait after pulling a shot to start steaming milk? Cheers!
  6. Ill be doing just that.
  7. BTW. Coffee costs $4.75 to $5 a cup in Manhattan.
  8. I just got back from NY and visited two 'third wave' shops there. One had $15k worth of gear and gave me a bitter cup. I produce better on my Silvia. The other served me a regular latte in a humongous cup - sigh. Luckily for me, 'It all started here' is my local, and Ill be visiting again this weekend.
  9. Speaking of electro synth pop, this is about as good as it gets: Mini Van Highway
  10. Haha, yes - Archie is great. Definitely worth a visit just to meet him! Fortunately the shop is local to us so we will get to go most weekends.
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