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  1. It's the same for me, apparantly the admin needs to update the tapatalk plugin?
  2. Started the Industrial blend from craft house today. It didn't smell great out of the grinder- a bit dark roast smelling- but tasted really great! Sent from my SM-A405FN using Tapatalk
  3. I've also got 6 grey tulip cups on the way, I have 6 flat white cups already and love them. I would love some espresso cups too, so open to some trades[emoji108] Sent from my SM-A405FN using Tapatalk
  4. Baked this one earlier, my first real success from Richard Bertinets recipe. Stiff starter, 50% hydration starter and 82% hydration dough. Very happy with it[emoji16] Sent from my SM-A405FN using Tapatalk
  5. Just watched the videos, seems to be a bit all over the place. Maybe try working on distribution? Sent from my SM-A405FN using Tapatalk
  6. I tucked into mine after 10 days resting, and I think it's come into its own after 15/16 days. Im actually quite enjoying this one! Sent from my SM-A405FN using Tapatalk
  7. Buying an ss100 before the madness of their pricing happened would have been like winning the lottery now. Mega money, which unfortunately means we are seeing less and less at the club rallies each year. My grandad bought this 1150 in the late 70s from the club founder titch Allen. It was a combination, and the only reason he bought it was that he went to titch to buy a Morgan 3 wheeler, but titch sold it just before he arrived! My grandad being the man he was, couldn't bare coming away with nothing. In 1999, he tried to sell it at bonhams (having never actually ridden the bike a single time
  8. They are beautiful bikes, but requires constant tinkering to keep them going. Having said that, she gets more beautiful everytime I look at her! Sent from my SM-A405FN using Tapatalk
  9. Started with a slightly beaten up 1955 bsa b31 (with a zb32 goldie engine), then bought a 1948 triumph tiger 100. More recently bought a box of bits 1938 velocette kss mkII which is almost ready to ride and incredibly fortunate to have inherited a Brough superior 1150 from my father (which he inherited from his)! Since my dad had fast bikes before the Brough, he knows how easy they are to ride and how quick you can go without even realising. So he always said I'm more than welcome to get a sports bike, but I wouldn't inherit the Brough if I did! Sent from my SM-A405FN using Tapatalk
  10. I had a few flat whites and an espresso with these beans when I was at extract for a course last year, and it was absolutely delicious, so much so that I bought a kg straight away. Not once could I replicate the flavour[emoji31] Sent from my SM-A405FN using Tapatalk
  11. Oh that's promising! When did you put the order in? I'm waiting for lots of goodies from them[emoji16] Sent from my SM-A405FN using Tapatalk
  12. I went to their small cafe in Porthleven 2 years ago and had what is probably the bets flat white I've ever had. Bought the beans they used and never managed to replicate it given my skill and the machines I have! Sent from my SM-A405FN using Tapatalk
  13. I ended up tightening it a tad more than normal, but not lots and lots. It seems to be working so far! Sent from my SM-A405FN using Tapatalk
  14. Anyone else find the bolt going through the nfc and burr coming undone with the nfc fitted? I just noticed after a week of use, I tightened the bolt the same as normal after owning the niche for 1.5 years! Sent from my SM-A405FN using Tapatalk
  15. Today's loaf! Sent from my SM-A405FN using Tapatalk
  16. Mine also arrived this morning and will give it ago for my lunchtime espresso! Sent from my SM-A405FN using Tapatalk
  17. You could try a popular speciality coffee roaster like rave or coffee compass and select espresso grind. I imagine they grind finer than the supermarkets when they say espresso grind. Sent from my SM-A405FN using Tapatalk
  18. Rubbish quality photo, and a bit of a wonky base, but I'm still very impressed with the auto steam arm of the sage bambino! Sent from my SM-A405FN using Tapatalk
  19. +1 for the fuji Mirrorless! I have the xe3 and xf35mm f2 for my go to setup, and it fits in my coat pocket. This means I take it pretty much everywhere without it being a burden! I recently had a photo from a trip to SE Asia blown up to 18x12 inches and it looks absolutely incredible in terms of quality. Sent from my SM-A405FN using Tapatalk
  20. Here is the base and drip tray Sent from my SM-A405FN using Tapatalk
  21. I believe its a mid to late 90's model, but I might be corrected by someone that knows more.. It runs really well, quick heat up etc. The temp stability is much improved with the heat sink, and you have more of an idea of what it's doing with the temp probe, but I'd be lying if I said it's as good as a machine with PID! Sent from my SM-A405FN using Tapatalk
  22. Ah yes, I forgot to do that too! Unfortunately it'll have to wait til later when I get home after work, but I will do it for sure. Sent from my SM-A405FN using Tapatalk
  23. Sorry, I can't find the edit button, but I forgot to mention it has a single hole steam tip and had a full group head service about 5 months ago, so seals, gaskets, shower screen, etc... Sent from my SM-A405FN using Tapatalk
  24. Hi all, I haven't been here for a while as I've been pretty busy both in and out of work! Now that my housing situation has changed, I'm selling my La Pav. It's a pre mil and is in great condition, no rust under the drop tray, descale regularly even though filtered water is used, etc. I've added a couple of bits but made sure they can all come off easily without modifying the amcchine itself. Heatsink to help stop it from overheating and a thermonitor to see the group head temp. I don't think it's bang on, but it gives a good idea. The mount also isn't perfect, but it does the job
  25. Not my best looking loaf, but it looks good on the inside and tastes good too! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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