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Hi, Have lurked for a week or so but have actually got round to joining whilst thinking about an espresso machine for myself. Currently using aeropress/dripper methods with the cheap delonghi grinder but planning to dabble in espresso (new or used) so am looking for a machine and first espresso grinder. Thinking about the DTP/Lelit Mara/Expobar Office/Rocket Appartamento (quite the price difference - haven't decided quite what my budget is yet obviously!) if buying new and haven't really thought about options if buying used. I'm based in Edinburgh at the moment so buying from Machina is
Hello everyone, I've been using the forum as a source of information for some time and decided I really should join. The amount of things I've learned form this site is amazing so thank you all for helping me along the way. My journey started with a Fracino Cherub and a Compak K3 Touch a few years ago. Recently I changed to a Lelit Mara and Eureka Mignon Specialita, courtesy of the lovely people at Bella Barista. I'll post some pic's eventually. Looking forward to being a part of the community.
I'm looking to upgrade my setup. I'm currently using a Delonghi Dedica which is great a pulling consistently bitter or sour shots 😂 I've got a Sage Grinder Pro and non pressurised double basket I'm thinking about going for a Mara and I've seen this deal on BB. https://www.bellabarista.co.uk/lelit-mara-62-standard.html Do you think it's a good price? It's a lot of money and a big step up from what I have but I don't want to mess around with SBDU. I currently have about 3 espresso/milk drinks a day. Depends on my mood. I'd love some feedback from people who own or have use
I took the plunge and bought a Lelit Mara PL62. It's the perfect size for our small kitchen space. To put things into perspective, that's a Mazzer Mini it's sitting next to. Coffee is much better than my Silvia. I'm struggling with milk at the moment, but I'm sure that's just because the steam wand is much more powerful than I'm used to. I love this little machine!