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  1. Selling my Flair as I now have a new kid on the block and two manual machines is too much. Have only used as a travel espresso machine on my trips to Germany where it performed great. I ordered direct from Flair the piston with pressure gauge which transforms the way the machine works with the ability to try any profile, producing great espresso. It comes with 2 brewing cylinders, 2 portafilter, 2 bottomless portafilter, 3 pistons (1 with pressure gauge), 3 shower screens and a metal Tamper. It has had very little use as it’s only used whilst travelling ( the case is perfect for this) and is in excellent condition. Looking for £150 delivered
  2. Lovely bright sunny day up here in the North-East, and I'm starting off with an espresso from Hasbean's 2010 Premium Blend. I roasted these on Thursday, going a little bit darker than I normally would, and it seems to have suited the blend well. A subtle sweetness to the aftertaste. What's everyone else drinking?
  3. Hello! I’ve not posted too much on here so apologise if I at any point ask stupid questions. I Make espresso at home from an old 90s gaggia classic and an iberital mc2 - getting a bit frustrated with the MC2 as it keeps slipping and am aware there’s much better grinders out there. I was looking to spend £200 -£300. From reading, i quite like the look / sound of the Baratza Sette 270 and I had a couple of questions. I weigh out my beans each time I make an espresso, pop them in the grinder and into the portafilter. There is the sette w and wi which do it by weight - am I right in thinking that it’s not worth the extra money particularly as I want to keep my beans fresh in a vacuum container rather than in a hopper? also are there any other recommendations for grinders around this price for this kind of set-up? thanks
  4. Espresso & boiler friendly water: Not all water that meets non-scaling parameters makes coffee that tastes nice. The shorthand answer is to find water with a bicarbonate level between 50-80mg/L as ion/bottled water label (as CaCO3 alkalinity this would be 40-60mg/L) for your espresso machine, that tastes nice. If your water is in this range and all your coffee tastes bad, change the water for different one but still in this range. Using a particular water that doesn't scale, but is of a make up/so soft that makes your coffee taste bad/low body isn't a great idea. Plus you generally want some bicarbonate & a pH over 6 to lessen the chances of corrosion. It's swings & roundabouts, very soft water won't scale but can cause corrosion, harder water is less likely to be corrosive, but more likely to scale. If Volvic tastes OK, no need to change. Volvic sits just outside of recommended spec for boiler care, but just outside, lots of folk will testify it's fine regarding lack of scaling. Waitrose Essentials Lockhills is smack bang in the middle of desired range, the only UK bottled water that is. Here's a link to UK bottled waters & mix ratios to achieve boiler friendly water... https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/187vd8fjVQGCrvaoEz071BoSEOl-IY3rTl0-fZXLGx1w/edit?usp=sharing Manual brewing Choices are much wider here, kettles are easier to descale if necessary. The make up of the water has no impact on objective extraction yield, you don't need high mineral content to extract the flavour. Water make up does change the taste of the coffee, so just use a water that doesn't ruin your coffee (this could still be Volvic or Lockhills if that's what you can easily get). You probably don't want your brew kettle scaling up if it has its own element, but if you get good brews with high mineral content water & your kettle & brewers are easy to clean/descale, then carry on. But bear in mind, high mineral content water usually also comes with high bicarbonate, which can flatten acidity and make the body seem overly chewy. I personally like to use very soft water at home for brewing, using a steel/glass kettle, because I like the taste & clarity (~GH 20mg/L & KH 20mg/L as CaCO3, such as Deeside, or Voss but it's very expensive, or a mix of Zerowater & tap). At work, or visiting friends & relatives, I use regular N Surrey tap water (hard). I still get some very tasty brews here, especially with long steep immersions. As an example of difficult water to brew with, I found the water in Menorca very hard to get a decent drip brew & had to use some bottled Estrella I, which is similar to Highland Spring in make up & the softest water I could reasonably find there.
  5. Hello, I want to prepare espresso and cappuccino at home, so I have to buy a machine. I saw a manual espresso machine but I don't know if it do as quality and taste like the machine. I have couple questions: 1. What is the best budget machine which prepare very good cups of espresso and cappuccino? 2. I have a little question about the shot, how many pulls I can get in one shot? Because I see they only do one pull of one shot of brewed coffee. I think it's a waste of like 18 g of coffee. Can I do another pull of the same shot?
  6. This could potentially be another OCD project methinks. Like the time I got a scratch on the car and I wondered how the heck I could get that away. Now many years later I am more than happy to discuss clear coat hardness of any given car/make model, how many microns you could polish off using this or that product.....you get the idea and maybe you have a similar experience :-) Nonetheless, this is the type of projects I really like. Learning new stuff, perfecting techniques and talking to and meeting new people interested in the same :-) Our setup is a Profitec Pro 300 bought at a local tea and coffee shop here in Stavanger, Norway, called Helmer Te & Kaffe. They are an official dealer and have good service quality. I have also ordered a chrome Eureka Mignon through them which will arrive next week. The Profitec came with the standard single and double filter w/spouts but I am already thinking of bottomless and which accessories to buy (yes the two-foot fever has already hit). The online owners manual for the Mignon and how-to videos have already been read and seen, but I am keen to learn more from other owners on it as well. So right now I am borrowing a Kitchen Aid burr grinder which is able to do fine grinds (to the extent that on an 17g dose that was hopefully correctly tamped there wasn't any water coming through the portafilter even after 20 secs...). Anyways - I am here to learn and humbly hoping for your leniency to what will surely be ignorant questions at some times. I will keep posting updates as I use my kit. Here's the machine as it sits on the counter today. I like its simplistic looks and manual handling + it takes up surprisingly little space on the counter. Have a great day everyone, wherever you are!
  7. I have a Cremina 67 lever machine for sale. I did a complete strip down and restoration which took about 3 months to complete. The asbestos was removed from the boiler and the whole machine was thoroughly cleaned. I have the original PF handle with double basket and steam wand but have upgraded these to modern equivalents. The pressure stat, power light, power cable and all seals have been replaced. It is a fully functional, reliable machine with a tiny (10.5" x 7.5") footprint and is very well made weighing in at 8 kilos. I'm looking for £1000.00 and am happy to deliver up to 200 miles from Edinburgh. Buyer would need to arrange/deal with insurance for delivery over a greater distance. Photos of work done can be found here;
  8. Hey guys! I have a Gaggia Classic bought in 2016 from the UK. It should be 9403/11. I have a double basket but I don't know whether it is a 14g or 16g basket. Mine has a ridge on the vertical side. I have been dosing 17-18g and flow seems okay, but the taste is bitter. The following video at 4:10 shows of the two baskets. Some images of the basket I have. From left, Gaggia Pressurized Single, Gaggia Pressurized Double, and Gaggia Commercial non-pressurized double Coffee that comes out with the lack of crema. Looks like overextracted with 17-18g? Thanks in advance!
  9. Yesterday I said goodbye to my Londinium R. Sad day? Possibly, possibly not, but if you're thinking of buying one or already have one, it may (may!) be a semi-interesting read. Here I intend to give an honest, non-biased review from MY perspective as a high-end home user. Short Version If you stumbled upon this thread and either haven't got the time, can't be bothered or aren't really interested, the short version is this: The Londinium R is an EXCELLENT lever machine, undoubtedly the best you can get, however, I didn't find it to be the easiest machine to use or live with, it has its quirks and although will certainly produce excellent espresso, relies on a great deal of care, consistency and patience from the user (and a good grinder!) to get the excellent shots the Londinium is famed for! Why did I buy a Londinium R? For a bit of background, and why I chose the Londinium (Lever) please see this thread. I want to try and avoid repeating what I've already posted! https://coffeeforums.co.uk/showthread.php?37447-The-Facts-from-the-Fiction-(Types-of-Espresso-Machine)&p=488193#post488193 Initial Impressions When I first opened the box back in May last year and built the thing, I was very impressed at what is a beautifully elegant machine. I fired it up, and spent the evening pulling some TERRIBLE shots. What could go wrong probably did! Anyway, it took a bit of experimentation, and some huge technique changes (for the better of course) to realise that on the LR, especially with VST baskets, the grind, distribution and tamp weight is crucial to getting a good shot. Once I'd spent a few days experimenting, and once I'd 'got it', the shots then got better, until they were very nice indeed. At this point (having owned the LR a week or so) I was hugely impressed with the output and very much enjoyed using it. This was not the time to write an impartial review! I Stuck with it, gave it a few more months, used it, drank coffee, thought about it and enjoyed it. Once the 'new gadget [rose tinted] owners goggles' had gone I decided to put 'pen to paper' with my thoughts on it! Here goes... What did I like about it? Taste of the espresso (10/10) -When the shots came out well, the flavour and taste of the espresso was stunning. Much better than anything you will get from most commercial coffee shops (especially the ghastly chains). However, getting these super shots required regular use and perfect grind and distribution. Simplicity (8.5/10) -No settings (apart from the pre-infusion pressure) to worry about. I like a coffee machine to make good coffee without lots of settings and constant messing about, and the LR was pretty much there. A pressure profiling machine (like the Vesuvius) would NOT be for me! Build Quality/Reliability (10/10) -In the 9 months I owned it, it didn't give me a single reliability issue at all. Not one! Also it looks and feels like an exceptionally well built piece of equipment, and the insides are a work of art! Looks -As previously stated the LR is an elegant machine. It's fairly big (for the home) but the polished finish looks great (although mine usually had a towel over it for protection). No problems here. Not going to give this a score out of 10 as it is entirely subjective and doesn't really warrant one! What didn't I like about it? Warm up time -It takes a GOOD hour to warm up fully before good shots can be pulled. I used to test if it was fully warmed up by checking the end of the lever nearest the handle. If this was warm, generally I was good to go. Joysticks -For the steam and water, personally I prefer valves with knobs that turn rather than the joysticks. I find I have more control over the steam and hot water pressure as it leaves the machine. The ones fitted to the LR are not bad, just not MY preference. I PERSONALLY much prefer valves. Pressurestat -A PID would have been better IMHO, simply because the constant (loud) clicking of the pressurestat annoyed me. It annoyed me from the first day to the last. Further Discussion on the things I didn't like. Right, I'm very well aware there are some HUGE LR fans on here, and some have probably vented some steam from their nose and ears when reading the dislikes. However, let me explain. I'm trying to make this review as impartial as possible, and give a BALANCED view of MY EXPERIENCE of the LR and how it was FOR ME. What works or doesn't work for ME personally, might be completely different for you or the next person, but please bear in mind it is purely my thoughts and feelings about it, not anyone elses. Warm up Time As stated, and is fairly common knowledge, the LR takes a good hour or so to warm up fully, dependent on ambient conditions. I was not prepared to turn it on every morning on the 'off chance' that I may feel like a coffee at some point, and certainly wasn't prepared to leave it on overnight on the 'off chance' I got called to work. I also wasn't keen on leaving it on when I wasn't in the house, although on the occasions I did it was absolutely fine. This said, once it had been turned on it stayed on until the end of the day, as there is no sense in turning it on and off. This meant for me quite often I didn't have time to wait for it to warm up (as I work on call, and get 1 hour to get to work from getting said call) and secondly a lot of times when I wanted to use it (mainly for friends who turn up unannounced or at very short notice), it would be turned off and waiting 1 hour for it to warm up simply wasn't convenient. In both of these situations I resorted to a V60 pour over and the LR didn't get used. As time went on, especially after the novelty had worn off, turning the LR on and warming it up to then make 1 or 2 espressos, seemed a bit pointless. Again, unless I had a reason to make more than 1 or 2 drinks, I'd resort to using the V60. I am someone who REALLY enjoys a good espresso, but certainly don't chain drink coffee all day like some. I like to go for quality over quantity! So the last month, the machine was turned on maybe 3 or 4 times, and MAYBE in that time was used to make 12 espressos (around 250g of coffee or 1 bag, allowing for dialling it in). I'd thought a lot about it, and although I loved the machine, with this amount of use it wasn't getting it was just wasted with me, so after much deliberation I came to the conclusion that it would be much better going to a home where it got the use it deserved. Joysticks Personal preference. When I was looking at getting a high end espresso machine, people raved about the joysticks (as opposed to turn-valves). Personally they're not for me. I would choose turn valves over joysticks every time as I feel I get more control over what I'm doing, and can more easily have them half open rather than all-or-nothing. This, however, was not the primary reason for selling the LR, as they can be changed, and if this was the ONLY dislike, I would have installed turn valves for sure. Regular and Frequent Use In the 'pros' section, I mentioned that to get the best out of this machine, you need to use it regularly and frequently. I found, in the last 9 months if I used the machine every day, all that would be required as the beans and ambient conditions (temperature, humidity etc) changed would be a very small tweak to either the grind or tamp weight, which usually entailed tightening up the grind slightly as the beans aged, depending on the beans, and tamping slightly harder. This meant that most shots were very good and even the first one of the day was perfectly drinkable if it wasn't always perfect. However, if the machine was not used every day, I would find that there would be a much bigger change in the beans and conditions, which would essentially necessitate dialling in the shot again from scratch before getting quality coffee. Using the 'last known good settings' after a week of the machine and beans being stood, didn't usually work! This meant a bit much messing about and a lot of wasted coffee. This infrequent use, as mentioned above, ultimately came down to the warm up time from cold. Conclusion If you're reading this conclusion, you've either skipped straight to it, or managed to stay awake long enough to read the whole review (if you didn't, you need more coffee!!). So to sum up, the Londinium R is a SUPERB machine, and Reiss has done an excellent job developing something quite unique to the market, that works well, is well built and produces stunning coffee. However, at the moment it is not the machine that works best for me, and I would much prefer a machine with a quicker warm up time, that would get more use than the LR got. If anyone has any questions I'll answer as best I can!!
  10. So I upgraded from a Sage DTP to a Niche Zero - I couldn't resist the lure of a discount through the Indiegogo campaign. Generally, I love the design, quietness and functionality of the Niche, but I'm struggling to find the ideal grind setting for good espresso. The adjustment ring on the Niche has espresso marked as a grind setting in the range
  11. After settling on a grinder (Niche Zero) and breaking it in a bit with french press and moka pot coffee, my itch for a home espresso machine has returned and I hope that you guys can offer me some pieces of advice My needs are: Small footprint (my kitchen counter is only 42 cm deep and 51 cm in height). Warm up enough for good shots within 15 min. in the morning (optimal warm up time can be a bit longer for evening and weekend use). Make 1-2 double shots 2 times daily (milk drinks only for the occasional guest). Budget is ~1000 euros at most. Based on this, I'm thinking a single boiler PID machine should suffice. I currently have my eyes on the following machines: Lelit PL41TEM - €400 Pros: Small boiler and group for quicker heat up, PID, price Cons: 57 mm group, needs accessory upgrades, plastic parts Bezzera BZ09 - €850 Pros: Heated group head, small copper boiler Cons: No PID, needs accessory upgrades Bezzera Unica PID - €1100 (version with wooden knobs/handles) Pros: PID, design and wooden parts, E61 quality Cons: E61 warm up time, size may challenge my counter Sage Dual Boiler - €1000 Pros: Overall convenience and speed, price can be good on sales Cons: Looks a bit gimmicky, too many electronics, heard it produces shots lacking in mouthfeel? Lelit PL62T - €1150 Pros: Small footprint, PID, design, E61 Cons: Large HX boiler and long warm up times Probably haven't thought of everything, so I will appreciate it if you can offer some comments on these machines or suggestions for other machines I should have a look at Not sure if I will be happy with the cheaper machines or find the need to upgrade soon after. Waiting for a potential Black Friday deal on any of the more expensive machines is a possibility.
  12. Hey Guys, I've recently fixed up two la pavoni's I've bought on Ebay. The idea was to kinda fix up and learn about Lever Machines as I'm used to a Rancilio Silvia, and sell off the machines I no longer use. After much more repair that I had anticipated, I have gotten them both working, one is a Post-Millennium and another is a Pre-Millennium machine. The Post-Millenium machine I have works beautifully. After a short while I was making what I considered better coffee than my Silvia. It's easier to adjust the slightly course/fine grind with the pressure you manually apply with this machine. The Pre-Millenium I've tried to use but have failed to get a decent shot from. I know these machines are different to operate, and after having another go today trying to ready guides about how to pull espresso from this one I am still failing. I think it's overheating, but I know we can't adjust the temperature on these machines, only the pressure gauge (which I assume is the pressure of the boiler, not the temperature). I've tried pulling a shot after turning on from cold, heating once, easing out some water, it quickly re-heats and then I go for the shot. I have also tried a cold flannel to cool down the grouphead, then pull a shot with similar results. The coffee generally tastes very bitter and has lots of tannin (like a dry red wine), and always tastes poor. I usually aim to overextact my coffee rather then underextract as I have it with milk. This generally ends with a nice sharp espresso taste which is toned down by the milk. With the pre-millenium I'm getting bitter burnt. If I go to extract normally, it's just bitter and bland/slightly watery. I've noticed a couple of differences with my machines on how they operate, I'm not sure if this is common for these machines: The post-millenium (good coffee) takes ages to re-heat the boiler after use or opening the steam value, usually after about 30-60 seconds of the value open it kicks in. The pre-millenium (bad coffee) is very very quick to get to temperature, after you pull any water it reheats about 5-10 seconds later for a few seconds and is up to temp again. Another thing about the coffee I'm producing, sometime I get islands of crema from the pre-millenium machine which break apart and float around. It breaks apart like something bad is floating of the surface and doesn't look appetising in the slightest, hard to see in a static shot but it all moves around like little pieces: Any help would be greatly appreciated on how to get good coffee from this machine. Do you think it's user error or my repair error? Thanks for reading! - James
  13. Hello everyone! I am new here in the coffee and espresso industry. I want to gather more knowledge. Can someone please help me, I am curious about to know, how do you release pressure from an espresso machine?
  14. Hi, I am new to the forums and wondering you could provide me with some help. I have a simple setup at home of a Gaggia Coffee Deluxe and ROK manual grinder. I have been using a variety of beans to try and make nice espresso and americanos. Sometimes the shots I make are quite bitter and burnt tasting, some other times they are great. But I struggle to get it consistent. A friend who used to work in 3FE in Dublin told me I should get a set of scales to help ensure I have the same amount of beans everytime. I though this was a bit of overkill, but he said it really does make a difference. He recommended something called an Acaia Lunar scale as he said it was waterproof and had lots of features for weighing and timing shots. I nearly boked when he told me the price, but he said they will last a life time. I found these ones on eBay, but they are still a bit too expensive for my liking, considering the last pair of weigh scales I bought were £9.99! Acaia Scales Can anyone else provide opinion on these or recommend an alternative? Much appreciated.
  15. Who likes to use a stove top moka pot for brewing, what ground beans do you like to use with it, medium, more dark and rich? Do you drink your brew as espresso or as one long drink?
  16. There seems to be a trend for pulling espressos at home with very lightly roasted beans which are intended for filter coffee. I’be had mixed results trying this for myself. As it requires finer grinds and longer brew ratios than other espresso, most coffeeshops would find it a struggle to insert pulling ultra-light beans into their normal workflow. Does anyone know any that do, particularly in London?
  17. What do you think? No descriptors on website but 9 was good enough that I have just ordered a couple of Kgs.....
  18. For Sale Black Mazzer Mini Electric in lovely condition with little use approx 5 years Old No marks as you can see by the Pics Price £275 can provide more images if required
  19. Courtesy of CoffeeChap, I’m now a proud member of the lever club! It looks like I’ve got a lot to learn though! Hopefully the Niche comes soon, but for now the Feld2 will have to do :-)
  20. hi all I know the title may make aficionados cringe, but bear with me... got a nespresso machine and bought a steel pod to save wasting plastic but also, to put in better quality espresso coffee. my question is - when I fill them, I either don't "tap down" the coffee much and it flows fine but is quite weak, or if I tap down more, the nespresso machine hardly half fills my cup and some spills inside the drip tray behind the spout anyone any ideas?
  21. I dialled in some Square Mile Sweetshop yesterday and while it's delicious I'm interested in other people's recipes. I saw your recipe @MildredM & I see you were extracting at a 1-1.5 ratio @Stanic could you let me know what sort of time you pulled that in? Do you just cut the shot a bit sooner or do you grind a bit tighter to slow it a bit? (and apologies for being cheeky and @ing you!)
  22. Hi, I was just curious if its possible to do a pre-infusion on a gaggia classic? Also what advantage really does a pre-infusion give? thanks! Rory
  23. Title says it all really but on a recent visit to the Chase distillery, in Herefordshire, I managed to combine two of my favourite things - coffee and alcohol - in the form of Chase Espresso Vodka. Really is very good and can recommend it if that is your thing. Gin wasn't bad either!
  24. Another interesting product: https://www.aram.coffee/
  25. Hey all, I'm planning on giving bottled water a try in my sage espresso machine for a couple of months. My question is, should I leave the built in water filter in place or is it redundant when using bottled water. I plan on using either ashbeck or volvic. Cheers.
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