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Guy Levine

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  1. Thanks. Will check it out!
  2. I am not an expert as only done once, but it’s to act as a scrub to get rid of any manufacturing left overs, and also you roast mega dark to get the oil out of the beans to i believe lubricate/season the drum!
  3. I can add something here. I sell online and roast on an aillio bullet (just upgrading!) I can roast 850g comfortably. With loss of weight due to roast I can just about get 3x225g bags out with one batch. I wonder if you are seeing a lot more smaller roasters in the market?
  4. Does anyone have about 8-10kg of green beans for new roaster seasoning? I see small batch roasters has some ethio at 4.30 a kg but this isn’t for drinking.
  5. Thanks. Will let you know. I was also thinking if it’s a bit short I can make a base without a cutout to raise it a bit.
  6. I use a niche zero with my decent espresso which seems perfect for espresso at home so was just planning on getting the normal burrs. Tbh - at the moment I just sell one kind of ground - but I think most of my customers online will be buying for french press.
  7. Hi. Just 250g bags for retail. It seems like overkill for the amount I grind but always wanted one as so iconic. And they seem to hold resale really well.
  8. It’s been a while since I posted. I think I might just get an ek43s and then use it for my own pour over too.
  9. Hi. Will I be able to grind into 250g/500g bags using the bag clamp or will I need the straight ek43. Thanks!
  10. I always time from when it I pull the lever down. I try to aim for first drops after 5-7 seconds and then total shot in 28-35 seconds. 18g in and 36g out. Hope this helps. Also might need to grind two shots before it settles down depending on grinder so don’t be to hasty adjusting after just one grind. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. +1 for the bror. Very sturdy. Would handle a bigger machine than a decent. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. I absolutely love mine! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. They just have to drink what I am making! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. I always find after I roast my coffee changes flavour. If i am using the day after roast for example I grind some say 20 mins before I need it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. I love mine! Been great. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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