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    Somewhere south of London
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    photography, cycling, coffee
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    Videographer

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  1. Not specifically a coffee place, and slightly uncertain of their breakfast status, but Surfside in Polzeath makes a damn fine cup of coffee. And good food too. Co-owned by Tristan Stephenson, so they should know their stuff...
  2. Sorry fella, i meant to respond on insta - You're welcome to mine... I'll DM you.
  3. £50 can buy a lot of coffee and a lot of papers. my drive behind it is for my campervan; I currently have a hario 01, and a stock of papers, and although I'm good at keeping them stocked up, it's just another thing on the list to remember to check before any trip... metallic taste and potentially fines getting through and sludgy were my main thoughts too. Thank you for your comment!
  4. I saw this at the coffee show earlier in the year, and was intrigued: https://www.hario.co.uk/collections/coffee/products/v60-metal-filter-dripper-02 - I've tried searching the forum and the interwebs generally, but can't find much information on it - mostly because when you search Hario metal filters, it either comes up with 3rd party metal filters, or the metal filter holders... Anyone got any thoughts on it?
  5. I enjoyed it too, i promise, was just wondering. feel bad that it sounded like I was complaining now...
  6. I may have missed this, and i promise i did take a long look through here to see if i was being daft, but i liked the older "new posts" style, where you could see what threads had been added to - now all i see is every new post, which in the case of the latest "busy little men" thread meant 3 pages of updated photographs... They're all great photos, but is there a way to bunch these together that I'm missing?
  7. the motta tool is great, but not immediately obviously adjustable - when i got mine, i had the same worries, until i realised you could screw the parts together - you just had to exert a fair amount of force to get this to happen! (which makes sense, cos if it was loose it'd happen too often...)
  8. Yes Please. And the tamper we discussed? It won't make me popular in the house, but it'll make me a happy boy...
  9. @joey24dirt Yes please! how do we deal with payment etc - shall I DM you?
  10. There wasn't one included in my package of the Barista Express, but i contacted Sage's Customer Support, and they provided one for free, along with 2 cleaning tablets, as it should've been in the box - was genuinely impressed with their service. It arrived in about 4 days.
  11. I'm loving my corkcicle cup at the moment - doesn't keep it as hot for as long as a totally insulated cup, but it does a good job. also, it's kinda splash proof, but not spill proof - kept in my car cup holder i've never had a problem. My favourite amazon review was one suggesting it shouldn't just be thrown in a bag - one look at the thing and you can tell that! But then I do love a good (bad?) amazon review...
  12. @joey24dirt Don't suppose you've got any 53mm left have you? definitely seems like something i need in my life...
  13. and the ROC grinder - does anyone have any personal experience with these? I think they look beautiful, but (and i hesitate to say this, because i understand deep down any decent cup of coffee is worth taking time over) they just look quite the faff, and i suspect the coffee won't be super warm when it gets to you?
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