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    Photography, Photoshop, Dance Music, and of course Coffee
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    Retired through illness at the moment, work to be resumed shortly
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  1. Interesting enough to while away 15mins although not exactly specialist coffee, it does give an insight to how coffee arrives with us if on an industrial scale. https://www.itv.com/hub/made-in-britain/2a5692a0008
  2. Here you go... https://www.amazon.com/Breville-BEC620SIL1AUC1-Espresso-Machine-Silver/dp/B01N259LCH [emoji23][emoji1787][emoji23] Sent from my ONEPLUS A5000 using Tapatalk
  3. 15% OFF - ROASTED COFFEE - 24 HOURS ONLY Code:- RAin-saVE15 VALID FROM 12pm 12/08/19 >> 12pm 13/08/19 (GMT) Enjoy Sent from my ONEPLUS A5000 using Tapatalk
  4. 15g ridgeless vst have done for years now, once you get your prep right there spot on, soon let you know if it isn't, but great to learn on
  5. @DavecUK Sent from my ONEPLUS A5010 using Tapatalk
  6. This has been asked so many times with the same answer, ceama isn't important don't fret over it, if you have it ok, most will stir it in anyways, if you don't don't worry. Creama isn't the be all & end all, what the taste of the drink your producing is priority so concentrate on producing a tasty to you drink.
  7. The normal advice re single baskets is to lose them at the back of the coffee draw and stick to the double basket which is much easier to use all round, saves a lot of hassle & struggles
  8. Let's hope not, all those Nescaffo's using up all our bean's & probably not noticing any difference, leave them to there jars and may they be happy in there ignorance [emoji16]
  9. This is always worth reading... more than once & then bookmark for future reference... https://coffeeforums.co.uk/topic/21319-beginners-reading-weighing-espresso-brew-ratios/
  10. @Tait lives welcome back...[emoji4]
  11. Mrs MaB here. So grateful for all the recommendations for Reading. Thank you . Ended up at Tamp, where the coffee was spectacular. Rated up in my top 5 (MAB now wants to know what they are, best make sure he's listed then!). Anyway, drop by, its popular, peaceful and outside seats, a real calm in an otherwise busy very hot work day. I chose Tanzanian coffee, which I think was Iyela. Smooth tasting and very more-ish. Meant to go back after work for beans and more coffee, but time just rushed and so did I for my train. Next time...
  12. Welcome [email protected] great to have you aboard once more, your knowledge, advice, and humor have been missed... I'm sure that many others will agree [emoji4]
  13. Why oh why doesn't the bloody search on here work any more... can't find anything these days... if it did might just be able to [email protected] and get it put to rights... more chance of the man on the moon dropping by for a cuppa I feel, than this site being fixed any time soon... such a shame
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