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  1. I'm a newbie to the forum but have been enjoying the knowledge and banter for a while! I currently don't own a machine, and brew at home with an Aeropress (with an E&B lab 35 metal filter), a Bialetti and a Kamira, along with a Dualit milk frother. I'm hoping to find a used machine and grinder to start getting some practise on, and maybe incrementally upgrade as my skill (and apartment size) increase. I currently use Pact, but I'm hoping to get more variety in my beans when I procure a grinder!
  2. Hi all I’ve been reading the wealth of information on the forum over the last week or so, I’ve got the coffee bug and after 2 years with the Delonghi Scultura I’m looking to get something proper. Most of the question I have, already have detailed threads with some great info so I won’t ask anything yet. Thanks for having me and hopefully I’ll post what I’ve decided on soon!
  3. Hello to all you fine coffee lovers and Merry Christmas what's left of it. Simply put I have been lurking on this forum for far too long dipping in and out of posts when I had 5 minutes spare or to try and find the reason behind my poor shot pulling abilities its a rocky road which many find themselves giving up and going the easy route, not for me I take the difficult route every time maybe for all the wrong reasons at times but anyway thats me and my little opener. Thanks to you all for your help that I have not yet thanked in my lurking days, I am here now to make amends
  4. Hi from Warsaw, Poland to all users! I was lurking lot of coffee forums, but here the atmosphere is really friendly and users are experts! ::) I'm an experienced coffee lover, but newbie espresso fan. After googling I discovered home barista forums, blogs and found out that 100€ Delonghi machine will not provide me a proper espresso… "So I have just bought my new Gaggia Classic" Since few weeks I enjoy single espresso from ESE pods and think about most important device which is grinder. Second hand market of coffee grinders in Poland (where I live) is rather small and I don't want to buy used stuff without opportunity to see it before. So I want to buy a new one, a grinder that will help to learn make a proper espresso with a non-pressurized basket. My budget today is about 200-250 £. Next year, my budget for grinder would be about 600 £ So I have a choice, buy today some cheap (Graef) grinder, learn how to make espresso, and in few months upgrade. Or buy today Eureka and upgrade in let say 2 years. Do you think, Graef or Lelit will let me learn on non-pressurized basket, or in my case Macam M2M or Eureka Mignon is a must? In my local shop I have choice of: Graef CM 800 - 120 £ Lelit Fred PL043MMI - 170 £ Ascaso i-1 mini - 235 £ Rancilio Rocky SD - 240 £ Macap M2M - 255 £ Eureka Mignon (old ver) - 270 £
  5. Hi all, so a little background to me joining here and apologies for such a long post - feel free to ignore it. I've lurked for a few months now and finally felt it was time to pull the trigger and join. I've been a long time (good) coffee lover and it seems each day I get taken further down the rabbit hole and now it's snowballing! There's so much to learn and its really got me excited. The more I read and learn the more I realise how little I know! I recently did a home barista course at Extract Coffee in Bristol which I would absolutely recommend if you're pretty new to all this - though I warn you it will make you spend more money on coffee and equipment! My long term goal is to start my own roastery - I know big ideas but you've got to start somewhere right? (oi! no eye rolling!) I have worked in the wine trade now for over 20 years and the more I delve into coffee and the industry around it the more I see how strong the similarities are to wine: flavour profiles, climate, altitude, cupping, processing etc. Which is great as it makes me feel pretty much at home already. Wine is also getting squeezed more and more by price increases from duty and currency fluctuations, (dare I mention Brexit?!?) health scares, Dry January and just far more choice – Gin, craft beer etc. So it seems time to dip my toe. This is going to be a gradual move - I'm not going crazy and buying a 30kg Probat - yet! Baby steps. I've got so much to learn and it seems there's a lot of knowledgeable people on this forum that could hopefully help me with advice. Soooo, finally to the point of this ramble - I'm looking for some advice on equipment, specifically espresso machines. Along with a V60 I have a Breville Cafe series (I'm guessing this is the older version of the Sage Duo Temp?) and until recently I had a Delonghi conical grinder hacked to grind fine enough for espresso. This was ok but its evenness of grind was not great and I'm now the very happy owner of the Niche Zero. And wow the difference is night and day with the V60, but of course - you guessed it - now my Breville is not up to the job and I'm really noticing its limits. I need a dual boiler with a PID that would see me for a good few years to come. I need to learn to make better espresso based coffee as I am now starting to understand that having a successful roastery is about far, far more than just roasting great coffee. It will be used at home for now but will possibly go into the roastery if/when I get it off the ground so could be used to showcase my coffee to prospective customers. How much it costs will depend on when I can get it, I don’t have loads of cash lying around but I’m not in a massive rush – I want to do this right. The ACS Minima or Expobar Leva both seem like a good start but would I outgrow them in a few years? Or how about something like the Profitech 700 or ECM Synchronika? They seem very good technically proficient machines. Then there’s the Lelit Bianca. (you can see who's reviews I've been reading!) this pulls at my heart strings more than any of the others. Would this actually help me with my end goal though? I need to produce consistent shots to show off the bean to its fullest with the minimum of fuss. Well that’s me. A lot of me – perhaps I’ve had a bit too much coffee today! Any advice more than welcome.
  6. mt1

    Hello there

    Absolute beginner to the world of bean to cup coffee machines - got a Sage Barista Express and browsing for all the advice I can find before using it.
  7. Hi everyone! I am completely new to (making) espresso and after searching the whole Internet I found a lot of great advice on this forum. I recently bought a refurbished Gaggia Classic (pre 2015) which I am trying to master. Making a lot of mistakes so far but I guess that is part of the process.. I have bought a 'few' accessories as well that ended up costing a fortune; bottomless portafilter, IMS basket and shower plate, Silvia wand, tamper and distributor, Feldgrind 2 etc. Hoping to learn a lot here and exchange ideas. Cheers
  8. Hey I'm Heather, my other half is a member on here and I here so much 2nd and info through him thought it was easier if I just joined up myself. Looking forward to getting involved and putting him in his place when needed. additional coffee info - drink F/W typically. Preferences for lighter roasts. Still learning, guess I may as well claim my Fiances coffee equipment as my own as whats his is all mine. So, currently using a Niche with a Vesuvius. Thanks for having me!!
  9. Hello all, I have been researching quite a lot recently about getting anew coffee machine after having enough of spending a fortune on an inconsistentmorning coffee from a coffee shop for the past year! I mainly like a strong flat white in the morning. My wifelikes milky coffees like latte’s and cappuccinos. I am also a fan of anespresso or double espresso (Is that the same as a doppio?) on the odd occasion. My budget is up to £500 and I am thinking ease of use willbe a big factor in my long term compliance to make the most out of the machine! I popped into John Lewis and had a look at their range as Iknow that these machines can break down and John Lewis have a good guaranteeand have narrowed it down to either a Sage machine or a Delonghi machine. TheDelonghi machines all have very confusing model numbers with very littledifference in the specifications. But they appealed to me as they are superautomatic. The Sage machine I understand I need to get a weighing scaletoo in order to make the most of it? Also, on the list of drinks they make, the machines alwayshave cappuccino on them but not always flat white, should that affect mydecision or does it mean I will just have to prepare the ratio’s manually? I also read about extraction ratios on this forum for makinga flat white, but I couldn’t see an option on the delonghi settings for this. Sorry if my questions are silly and thanks a lot for your adviceand recommendations in advance!
  10. Hi all I've just purchased my first automatic coffee machine, Barista Touch .. I've been doing plenty of research however I'm having a few 'teething' problems. I'm a little unsure of starting figures for an espresso, dose for a single or double basket and grind size. If anyone could advise of a rough starting point I'd be grateful Thanks Greg
  11. So I'm a newbie to the world of good coffee. I used to have a Delonghi bean to cup, but have taken the plunge and purchased a BT! I've read a lot and taken the advice on buying decent beans (Just signed up try Pact) and the process of brewing a decent espresso. In the mean time I am using some Union beans that were roasted 2 weeks ago so should be reasonable for my first batch of coffee? I've started with a Grind Setting of 10, 15 second grind which seems to tamp into the portafilter nicely at a weight of 19g. I am however getting very bitter coffee which starts to pour at around 5 seconds and if I let it continue for 30 seconds I end up with about 70g of coffee. (I understand it should be a ratio of about 1:2 or 1:25?) From what I understand if it is bitter it means the coffee is over extracted, which means I should grind coarser beans or reduce brew time, however given the quantity coming out it suggests that I should also be using finer grinds to slow down the extraction as I understood a 30 second extraction was about right? Does it mean I'm not tamping with enough pressure? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Luke
  12. Hello everyone I'm new here i've started to enjoy coffee over the last few years, had a couple of the delonghi espresso machines then my partner moved in and brought a Tassimo pod machine. I hate it, so much waste. I've now bought my first bean to cup machine, a Beko, https://www.beko.co.uk/bean-to-cup-coffee-machine-ceg7425 It's all I can afford at the moment and got it off someone who had been bought it as a present but doesn't drink coffee. It does seem to have good reviews online and I have seen some good YouTube reviews for it too. Has lots of features and I like the built in milk frother. I have Miele white goods so was looking to save up for the Miele bean to cup machines but that will have to wait for now. Took ages to get it setup but made my first latte today, the instructions were complicated but after looking online seems these machines should be used on the fine grind setting. I've managed to time that I get approx 18-20 seconds for a single espresso and whilst just playing with the machine using some cheap beans from Aldi till I get to know what I am doing. I generally drink flat whites or just a tall coffee with milk I would pour in direct from the fridge so I am still perfecting a coffee in a standard mug. It seems the longer it passes water through the grounds to fill the mug the coffee ends up going bitter, whereas if I say do 1 strong espresso drink then add more hot water I get a good coffee. Any tips greatfully received, I would have posted in the machines forum but there was nothing under my budget Beko machine. Regards Richard
  13. Geezercdg

    Hello.

    Hello After having 2 Delonghi Bean to cup machines (and thinking that was a good thing) I decided to upgrade. The reason was because no matter what coffee I bought it always seemed to taste the same. So..I purchased a sage Barista touch - all was well for a day or 2 until I noticed that the temp of the espresso was coming out at Max 55 degree C - which I realised was nowhere near the correct temp. I returned the machine to John Lewis and got another - the temp was exactly the same. So - I contacted Sage who sent an engineer and the engineer agreed that the coffee was not brewing at the correct temperature. Back I went to JL and got a refund and this time bought a Sage Oracle - now I know this is a bit of an older model but it was a fairly good deal. So, much happier now. Yes it auto tamps and doses but I figure this can be my baby steps in my coffee journey. The sage will only dose 22g also so I have left the settings as they were out the box. I am wondering if anyone has any tricks or tips to make the machine better. Or should I just leave all the factory settings. Also what would be a good online place and type of coffee to start? I used to buy sainsburys espresso as it seemed to be fairly cheap and tasted of coffee! Now I find that compared to some freshly roasted which I bought from a local coffee shop that it tastes like burnt wood. Anyway, so far really pleased with the Oracle and am slowly learning about coffee lore. What a great site this is too.
  14. Hi I've noticed a number of members have their setup at the bottom of their posts - could someone direct me where I can find out how to do this. Thanks
  15. Hey, I've come to explore the world of good home prepared coffee. I used to have a Delonghi Bean to Cup (Please don't judge me too much). However I've seen sense and got rid so I could purchase a Barista Touch. First impressions are good, however it looks like I've got a lot to learn before I'll get a really decent coffee from the machine. The milk however is in a different league to the Delonghi and given that most of my drinks are milk based means this will get a lot of use. So little effort to get fantastic milk! Anyway, look forward to learning about what is rapidly becoming an expensive hobby and chatting to some like minded people on here. Luke
  16. first post! xmas bonus at work so took the plunge and upgraded from a delonghi dedica and cheap grinder to the Sage products in the title! I'm a little confused as to where to start! Managed to get some fairly solid tasting drinks out of the Dedica just by trail and error really. Now I've got a good quality grinder with actual settings and a machine that can handle a finer grind, I want to make sure I've got everything dialed in properly to maximize the investment. I'm currently buying beans from Origin, via the online store, I can link it here if that helps with my question. Just wondering where to start with making sure my grind size is right and all the other variables involved. (I currently don't have scales, but buying some soon) cheers!
  17. homer

    newbie

    hi from london been running a gaggia classic and mc2 grinder for about 10 years now and recently modded the gaggia with pid, brass head, cnc shower screen, manometer, sylvia steam arm now looking to upgrade the grinder simon
  18. Hi. Have lurked for a while but would like to get more involved. Just finally brought and refurbed a Gaggia Classic. Have a Rok Presso and a La Pavoni Europiccola on the shelf which I have loved using but would like a more consistent (easier) regular espresso. Hello from Worcestershire! And local advice on parts, accessories, roasters etc much appreciated!
  19. Hello fellow coffee addicts, My first post on here. Ive spent the last couple of weeks exploring the forum for as much info as I can possibly gather and thought I should probably sign up and introduce myself! I've been a Nespresso user for the last 4 years or so (mainly due to convenience), and I'm yearning for more control over my coffee. I have a feeling I have opened up a can of worms with this coffee malarkey. Im an obsessive, perfectionist by nature. Combined with a love of good coffee, I sense this will become both time consuming and expensive! I wonder if anyone might be able to offer some advice. For my first setup im fairly set on the Niche Zero as my grinder (I've seen excellent reports on here and my local coffee shop recently acquired one and has nothing but great things to say about it) but im stuck on the machine itself. I’m juggling between the Sage Bambino Plus, it seems to tick many of the boxes as well as being compact. Having said that; I cant seem to see many reviews and the 54mm PF concerns me as I'd like to easily source a bottomless PF (so I'm better able to see where I might be going wrong as I learn). On the other hand, I'd quite like to be able to steam milk and brew simultaneously so I've been looking at other HX and DB machines. Again, I like the convenience that Sage seem to provide so potentially the Sage dual boiler is an option, but clearly a big step up in price! Really I just want to be sure that im not going to be too limited by the coffee machine itself but rather my own Barista skills (or lack therof). Will the Sage DB produce a far superior coffee to other cheaper options? Or are there any machines I should definitely be looking at in this price bracket? Help! I look forward to becomming part of this obviously thriving community of coffee lovers and learning from the wealth of experience! Cheers, Josh
  20. Hi All, So there's just two more days until I pick up my Gaggia Classic! I'll be buying the Classic from a member on this forum who ironically also purchased it themselves from a well established member "GerryM" who appears to have done an amazing job on the Classic already installing Mr Shades PID, 10 Bar OPV adjustment, Silvia Wand and more. The original For Sale can be found here: https://coffeeforums.co.uk/showthread.php?38599-Gaggia-Classic-with-Mr-Shades-PID-OPV-and-Silvia-wand-Mod-%A3210-collection-Coventry After having a good read on the CoffeeForum and watching videos to pass the time by I've come across two things that I feel may be worthwhile such as: IMS Gaggia Precision Shower Screen Gaggia Brass Shower Plate Holder The current seller who purchased this classic from GerryM hasn't used it for months and it has just gathered dust so I was curious whether or not it would be worth considering stripping it down for a good descale and replacing the O-Rings and other seals? And of course, if anyone else has any considerations for me that would be great!
  21. A couple of weeks ago my Krups Novo 2300 died on me. I know its not the machine of choice, but when I got it 18 years ago I was very happy with it as a huge step up from just having a cafetiere and who fanatasied about being able to have a tasty espresso at home! After a very short period of research, a 2nd hand Gaggic Classic seemed a decent bet, and when one turned up on Ebay in my locality and including a MM grinder too I was keen to buy and now have it sitting in my kitchen. I've been using it for a week or so and (for me) am perfectly happy with what I'm getting out of it at the moment, though I will admit I'm just relying on pre-ground Lavazza stuff at the moment for convenience. I'm hopeful that I can get the MM to provide me with some passable fresh grinds, though I am well aware of its limitations and have relatively little cash-appetite for spending any more money on coffee at the moment! But I do have some queries in the meanwhile. The model I have is an August 2006 one, "made in Italy" on the label and quoted as 1300W. I've honestly no idea of how / if it's been serviced over the years, but it's lived in a soft water area. Cleaning materials - I've seen videos with PulyCaff online, I presume there's unlikely to be anything in my kitchen already that could replace the branded cleaning materials? Backflushing - there was no backflushing disc with the machine, are the silicone inserts that you can pick up from Ebay broadly as effective as the full on backflushing metal disk? They are a lot cheaper... Tamper - the plastic one that comes with the machine is a few MM short on the diameter, I presume the more expensive ones fit the PF basket accurately? Volume of grinds to use - I'm mostly using the double basket, but I've found if I fill that right up to the top and then tamp down I sometimes struggle to get the PF into the machine, and can see the screw head imprinted on the grinds. I'm guessing that implies I'm using too much or not tamping hard enough? Also it comes with a tapered single basket, but I'm conscious that apparently there are different types around. How would I go about identifying the basket that I've got? It seems a looser fit than the double (it has a tendency to come out of the PF when I'm emptying the puck) and I struggle even more to get what I would expect to be a sensible amount of grinds into that one and still have it fit into the machine. Temp lights - without getting too technical about temp surfing and other stuff that I've read a little about, am I right in thinking that providing the machine has had a decent warm up period, the light on the switch which starts to pull the espresso isn't a binary "do use" or "do not use"? On the Krups that I'm used to (which I suspect had a very small boiler, if it had one at all) the instructions were to only pull the espresso when the light was on. So it doesn't matter hugely whether the light is on or off? I'm sure I will have missed some questions here, hopefully you can help me with some useful answers! I have been trawling through the forum a little, but if I'm missed an obvious place that answers all these, please feel free to point me in the right direction - I won't be offended!!
  22. I have to laugh - I realised in the middle of the night I have been using the wrong basket (pressurised) in my new Gaggia Classic for 2 weeks - no wonder it wasn't quite what I thought All that tamping and weighing... I should have realised immediately, I took the spout off the portafilter and the coffee was coming out in a tiny stream - not a chance of a tiger stripe!! Anyway I mention it for the illumination of any others in my position and a little weekend humour for the veterans All the best J
  23. Jomider

    Ex-Tea

    Hi All, After many years dodging coffee for whatever reason - I have enjoyed the odd macchiato and flat white over the years, I have now come across to the other side and am loving coffee - hence joining the forum. slightly obsessional now about the perfect crema and how to froth milk well enough to create sworls and vortices.. great to join J
  24. Lelit Mara PL62 review Firstly, this machine is the first proper machine I have used so have little to offer in terms of comparison, it is a review of Lelit ‘pro line’ Mara coffee machine. There aren’t many reviews of the Lelit around so this is my 5 pence worth. They have 3 machines in the range; PL62S the base model, in essence it includes less accessories and lacks some stainless-steel knobs, PL62 is the middle model and is the one I shall be reviewing, PL62T has a built in PID. In case you are wondering, Lelit named it Mara after the roman prostitute in the movie leri, oggi e domani, not really how I would name a machine but hey ho. I purchased my machine for £742 from Cater-Kwik, I did liaise with Peter from espresso underground initially, he was very helpful but could not get close to that price. CaterKwik price has now gone up to £982, so I would recommend talking to Peter if you are in the market for one. It wasn’t the quickest process dealing with Caterkwik, it took about 4 weeks until delivery, and in the middle, they told me manufacturing delays meant it would be another 6 weeks. It was however well boxed, Caterkwik insist you open and check the goods before signing for them, Mr DPD wasn’t too happy! Right, better review the machine… Unboxing: If you have seen pictures and thought “that is a nice-looking machine”, those pictures do it no justice. This is a piece of art, mirror polished stainless steel everywhere, it oozes quality, no flimsy panels to be seen anywhere. One piece of frustration is that the power lead sticks out the rear of the machine by about 3 cm, which means it can’t sit flush to the wall given that I weigh my coffee you can imagine how much this frustrates me! Accessories are pretty standard, single and double 58mm portafilter, single, double and blind baskets. Provided with a solid good quality 58mm wood handle tamper. Initial set up: This has a 1.5 litre tank, the tank is positioned at the rear of the machine under a removeable steel panel. The machine has two tubes leading into the tank, you attach the supplied filter on the longer of the two tubes. Very easy to remove/insert the water tank. Turn her on Unsurprisinngly its easy to turn Mara on, after which you are met with two LED lights, one to say the machine is on, the other to signify that it is heating up. Much like the best prostitutes it tells you what it thinks you want, telling you it is ready, after just 10 minutes (this is a E61 type machine). I’ve come to just ignore the LED lights now. Espresso This is what it is all about, as this is my first proper machine I have been weighing input and output, using a brew ratio of 1:2. It has taken a while to balance the machine and grinds however I have reached a point where I get 28 gram outpoint around the 25 sec mark. For the first few seconds it sits at 4 bar on the mamometer, then extracts at just about 8 bar. At this epok, could I advise those married readers out there that when your spouse sees you weighing your coffee to the nearest 0.05g (see related scales review) it may mar their view of you somewhat. Her “What ARE you doing?” Me “Oh just weighing my coffee before and after extraction” Her “….” I digress, the coffee produced is delicious, good crema atop, it has amazed me how significant the taste of the same bean is given different grinds/extractions. My only criticism of the machine is despite the 3-way solenoid valve I seem to be getting soggy pucks (may be operator error mind you). Milk/water The water spout is well, a water spout, you twist the knob and water flows from the spout, not particularly fast but useable, personally I use the kettle, as that is easier to fill. The milk nozzle exceeds my ability at the moment, it is more than capable of producing good quality micro foam. It heats the milk in a matter of a few seconds and creates a significant whirlpool even at my beginner level. It has an anti-burn wand, this means you can move the wand during/after frothing with ease. Final thoughts/consideration I know that people always say this about their own equipment but I love this machine, it is good looking, good quality and makes good coffee. What more do you want from a machine? Pro’s Great quality Good accessories provided Great coffee Great wands Con's Power lead extrudes a couple of cm from rearHeat up LED pointless Soggy pucks Apologies about the photo's, I cannot seem to rotate them! Ian
  25. Been lurking for a few years now reading and learning - there is so much knowledge to consume! But having been opened to the world of coffee by a roasters in Brighton, I'm starting to get a better taste for a good and bad coffee. I first bought a Rocky grinder whilst playing around with an aero press, but I've had a Gaggia classic for a year or so now, and I've really enjoyed playing around with making espressos. Some days an amazing espresso comes out of nowhere. But overall they seem, to me at least, to be better that an espresso from a non-specialist cafe. I'm at a point now though where I fancy an upgrade to get some more consistency... but having had a look around I'm not sure where to go next. It seems the top end £2,000 - £4,000 machines would offer great results with all the temperature stability and high end parts, but I only use my machine once or twice a day, a bit more at weekends. So, I'm not sure its worth all the money plus the cost of a suitably high quality grinder. Plus, I know enough good speciality coffee shops that deliver some fine coffees in London. I always use freshly roasted beans from places like Union in London, so that base is covered. I've seen Silvia is meant to be an upgrade, but I can't see it making much a difference, so I've got an eye on Rocket Appartamento, but again its still very expensive and I would need a much better grinder so I'd be saving for a while! I keep seeing PID control mentioned and people talk about that giving more consistency for a smaller price, would this be a better idea in short term, whilst saving for a better grinder and then a better machine like a Rocket?
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