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  1. Worth a look if your in that area https://m.facebook.com/marketplace/item/253153379241795/?ref=browse_tab&search_query=Coffee&tracking={"qid"%3A"6874245746400512124"%2C"mf_story_key"%3A"3823431911017703"%2C"commerce_rank_obj"%3A"{\"target_id\"%3A3823431911017703%2C\"target_type\"%3A0%2C\"primary_position\"%3A-1%2C\"ranking_signature\"%3A0%2C\"commerce_channel\"%3A503%2C\"value\"%3A0%2C\"upsell_type\"%3Anull}"}
  2. Method are very good, their Guji in particular can be exceptional. I find trying in the shop and buying to see if you can replicate at home is a great place to start. I do find Method can be cheaper purchased elsewhere. We have green link and abbey road coffee in malvern both of which sell method beans cheaper than buying direct. On the tamper, if you can try and get a 58.4 that small difference will delay you desire to upgrade the tamper for a bit. 58mm can mean a little extra work. Good luck Sent from my SM-G950F using Tapatalk
  3. Hi (from Malvern). Yes not too many on here from worcestershire My very limited experience with a presurised basket was that tamping was a hinderance and that this basket could only get you so far. Have you been to Method in the Arches? If not head there, they are a good local roaster and will be able to grind fresh (preferably rested) beans for you until you have a grinder. Did the gaggia not come with a standard non pressurised basket? I have a few odd baskets which might fit (nothing special) and a 58mm ish plastic convex tamper (again nothing special) you are welcome to if you are ever
  4. Mine has landed. Thank you very much! I really appreciate a recipe even just as a ballpark. I know some roasters don't seem to like it but I think it helps me a lot. Will Tyra and get these going in about a week and a half then 😁
  5. Also just found these elsewhere.... Loads of sprinkle stencils (balloons, xmas tree, snowflakes, hearts etc about 20 total) and a shaker.... Again thrown in with anything else for a £1 or £5 posted alone
  6. Hi. Thanks for the offer but no £15 is what I'm asking and will happily wait for that as its causing me no problems being here. Jack
  7. Please keep posts in here until sale agreed. In response to your DM I will wait for asking price to be offered. Jack
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  9. It sure is. Any more info or pictures needed just let me know
  10. Apologies, having some Tapatalk problems. Just measured 25mm from bottom of the lip to bottom. Both ridged BTW. Too big for standard PF as they came with some bottomless that I brought a while back.
  11. Just to be clear @tsouthwelloffered and paid asking for the moka tap and shot glass.
  12. Attached a couple of pics. Any other info you need?
  13. I'm sorry I cannot remember, I cannot even remember using the thing. I just keep looking at it thinking when did I get that? It seems pretty close if not exactly 58mm def not over 58mm as slightly smaller than my 58.35 I will try using it later just to check but seems a reasonable (like a 58mm) fit in my IMS
  14. Hi. Attached are a few photos Small bit of damage by spout (hadn't previously seen) and bit of dried milk staining internally Ideally wanted to just include it into a bundle as didnt see it having value on it's own but could do for £6 posted purely down to hassle of having to package? I believe milk would come off with white vinegar?
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