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  1. 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.
  2. Evening, I've been practicing with some Co-op beans and trying to get a good ratio/pull time on my DTP. Good beans are arriving tomorrow but thought I'd get used to the whole process with these ones first. Grinding 17g into the pf straight from the SGP. I don't have a funnel and therefore clump management isn't the best. A funnel is on order. I'm aiming for roughly 1:2.5 in terms of weight in/out. Shot 1 - Grind setting of 8. Absolutely nothing out of the machine and it shut off after a minute. Water on top of puck. Shot 2 - Grind setting of 9. A total of 4g into my cup. Water on top of the puck again. I went to bed a thought about reading the manual. I didn't read the manual. Morning came and I read on here that someone suggested a grind setting of 15. I gave this a go: Shot 3 - Grind setting 15. A little better but the flow was still drippy. I probably got around 30g in the cup. Tasted awful and bitter. Really gloopy puck. I thought 15 was quite a course setting so decided to change a different variable - my tamp. Shot 4 - Grind setting 15. Lighter tamp yet still quite firm. Stopped the machine at 48g. Not as bitter as shot 3 but still not great. Shot 5 - Tried to replicate shot 4. Not sure what I changed but it was rounder in taste. Perhaps a slightly lighter tamp. Still too smoky to my tastes though. Puck was still kinda gloopy. I can see two things hindering my quest for coffee greatness here: 1) Co-op beans and C) clumps perhaps leading to channeling. Though saying that wouldn't this lead to water running through too quick and therefore sour tasting coffee? I'm a little surprised that the lower grind settings don't give any results at all, especially as I've read that SGP owners have struggled with not being able to grind fine enough on this grinder. Any pointers greatly appreciated, even if that includes "wait for your new beans to arrive". Cheers David
  3. i have had other semi automatic/automatic machines mainly delonghi and making an espresso they were at least warm (ish) on a barista touch i have, when making an espresso it seems to be almost cold and mildly warm. is this normal? my cups are not pre-heated/warm water or anything/ but i didn't have to do this with the delognhi machine, so im a bit confused. the brew temperature in the settings is set to high
  4. The manual with the Barista express says a double expresso should have 14g of coffee and will produce 60ml in 20 to 25 seconds. Surely that will be a very weak expresso? What is that, just over 1:4, isn't expresso around 1:2 plus or minus? I use a 17g dose for a single shot getting about 36ml of coffee (I re-programmed it). I don't use the double shot since I can't fit anywhere near 30g of coffee in the double basket if I want the same 1:2 ratio given the approx 60ml yield. I'm new to this so am I missing something? Thanks
  5. Hi I have a Sage Oracle touch and am trying to find a suitable 58mm portafilter for it. Unfortunately Sage don’t sell these as accessories in the UK and the US site (which can supply) don’t sell to UK. Can anyone suggest an alternative make that will work with my machine and that’s available in good old Blighty
  6. Hi, help please for a newbie. This dosing thing is driving me crazy I have read a lot but end up more confused.... I read 18 to 20g is great for a dual boiler with standard portafilter and basket. If grind around 22g its still way low according to the razor tool, but im getting 40-45g out in around 30 seconds total including pre-infusion. What i dont understand is how people are suggesting 18g as that would be 6mm low at least according to the razor. If I grind coarser with 21-22g i can get the height right but the shot takes 15-20 seconds total. to get a consistent 30 seconds with 22g at 9 bar its 3-4mm low according to razor. So i read about vst 20g basket. Bought it along with a TORR titanium 58.55 tamper. Very smooth finish with this new tamper. Great i though at least thats telling me what to use :-( well if i put 20g in that (its deeper than the stock sage basket) again i am way low with the razor. 22g is about right. So what am i misunderstanding PLEASE?! How do i proceed. What is actually important, 20g or height? I assume im correct aiming for 45 odd g out in 30 seconds but getting the ammount of beans and grind size to keep to those parameters seems impossible. Im assuming im just missing the point of something. Hope someone can point out my errors Im using fresh non-supermarket beans. (rave / 200 degrees Nottingham) switched from sage smart grinder pro a month ago to niche zero grinder. Grind setting around 16. Oh and if it helps Im only trying to make latte and americano mugs. please help. thanks
  7. Hello. I'm a long time lurker and few time poster. I have owned a Rancilio Silvia for 8 years and had excellent service out of her and especially more recently since installing a RaspberryPi based PID. I have really enjoyed learning on Silvia but more recently started to yearn for a dual boiler. After many hours spent reading, watching etc I had settled down to a few machines on my shortlist. However, then I became very fortunate at work and one of our suppliers said there was a Sage Dual Boiler I could have for an sum that I could not turn it down. I'm enjoying using, learning and experimenting with the SDB and think there is much more to come. With Silvia I have always used a bottomless portafilter and sadly my Silvia one doesn't fit my Sage. I have don't countless searches and read hundreds of threads in an attempt to find one for the DB - I know Sage do one however it is exceptionally expensive - Does anyone know of a Portafilter that does fit the Sage. I have heard the Gaggia one does albeit at a funny angle. Looking at images it seems like the La Spaziale one will fit but I wondered if anyone did know of any alternatives. Thanks in advance.
  8. Where should it be located? Attempting to register the warranty, and maybe I'm going daft in old age but I searched the machine and can't seem to find the white sticker shown in Sage's help page. Wouldn't surprise me if they intentionally make it difficult to find....
  9. Hi Guys (and Girls!), New to this forum and fairly new to coffee. Just picked up a Barista Express, really impressed with it but noticed the water filter holder was different & had no filter. Bought some filters, but noticed they're for a new Filter Holder. Does anyone have a spare I can have/buy if possible? If not, links out to where you can get would be useful - thanks!
  10. For sale, Sage DTP with all original accessories included,bought from Lakeland 18/01/2018. It still has 2 years warranty and has extrafilters that sit inside the water tank. My area has soft water and this withthe occasional Volvic has all that has been used. It's been thoroughly cleaned,boxed in all the original packaging and even has the second outer box assupplied by Lakeland/Hermes. I'm looking for £180 with no offers at this point. Collectionin the Tyne and Wear area would be the preferred option. I will deliver it within a 25 mile radius free of charge but happy to travel that distance if thebuyer makes the same commitment. Delivery is an option for an additional £20 anywhere within mainland UK, insured, trackedand signed for by Parcel Force but this option would be at the buyer’s risk. Package is: 20.6lbs== 9.34kg 39(w)x34(d)x45(h) cm Images of the machine as I packed it up here: Removed link
  11. Hi there, I'm selling my SAge Dual Boiler due to upgrade. The machine just been serviced, de-scaled etc. All the accessory in the picture are included,as well. Have the machine from new. Very well maintained, used in a household with one coffee fan. Prefer collection as recently I have more grey hair caused by delivery companies. Unfortunately the machine obtained a dent on the right foot /please see the pic/ during its journey to the service. Hence the price is £480.00
  12. I think I need medical assistance. I have had a Sage Oracle for 2 weeks (it cost me £1150) and already Im thinking.....hmmm theres not a whole lot of technical ability needed here - what else should I look too! I did originally buy a sage barista touch but took 2 back as the temp of the espresso was barely 55 C - so decided on the oracle albeit an older model and it was another £350! But - it's a dual boiler. Obviously, I can't now afford to buy much else (that would be madness) but I can't help feeling that I have made a bit of an error with this machine. I just received my first lot of Rave beans today and OMG they are amazing - roasted 2 days ago and the taste is unlike anything I have ever had indoors. So actually it makes good coffee. I could technically take it back to John Lewis but its a huge box! Not sure about that as an option - it is an easy to use machine. Is this a normal coffee journey or am I abnormally obsessing about not being able to dose and tamp? I need the forums collective wisdom and coffee experience. Have I bought the wrong machine? What would be a good upgrade option/s. Thanks
  13. I used my new DTP for the first time yesterday. As I do not have a grinder yet and have some pre-ground I thought I would try it to see what it was like. I know 99%+ of people on the forum have a grinder but I was hoping some people would have experience with pre-ground. The DTP comes with pressurised and non pressurised baskets. I have some illy and some lavazza rosso and found the illy too fine for the french press but the lavazza worked well. I tried the illy with a pressurised basket and it was ok but has anyone tried pre-ground in an un-pressurised basket?
  14. As per the thread title, I have a new Sage Barrista Express to replace my Classic. I was used to turning that on at least 30 minutes beforre wanting a coffee so that everything got up to a nice stable temperature. On the SBE i turn it on, and when I come back to the machine a short while later (15 minutes or so but havent timed it) the machine seems to have entered a standby mode with only the power light flashing on and off. Is this how its supposed to work? Doesnt seem right to me. I think the manual says it will enter standby after 1 hour, but its nowhere near as long as that. Any thoughts? Thanks in advance
  15. Hi, I’m fairly new to making espresso at home so I’m hoping to get some advice. I have a sage oracle machine and I’m really struggling to get drinkable espresso out of it using the double basket. It’s hard for me to describe the taste but the coffee seems to be over extracted and bitter and possibly sour at the same time - if that’s even possibl?! It’s like it’s picking up all of the sour / bitter and none of the sweetness and nice flavours. I’m using a variety of different beans from Hasbean so don’t think that’s the problem. I weigh the dose in which is usually around the 22.5g mark and aim for 45 out in 25-35 seconds. It’s really strange as when I’m using the single basket I can make espresso which is at least drinkable and sometime quite good. If anyone has any thoughts I’d be very grateful. I know now the grinder is a weakness and I have niche on order. Also if anyone has any recommendations for a bean that is easy to extract for straight espresso and is sweet that’d be great. Thanks Michael
  16. With the discussion on the Bambino I thought I would ask what the DTP comes with i.e.: 1. Baskets - High/Standard pressure or both? 2. Plastic disc device in portafilter? 2. Any other items that may need discarding/changing on day 1?
  17. I've decided to stick to filter coffee at home so I am selling my Sage Duo Temp Pro and accessories. For my asking price you will get the following: - Sage duo temp pro (used - average condition with some scratches) - Sage portafilter (with bottom drilled out to make it a naked portafilter) - Coffee distribution tool (modified for the sage machine by a forum member - rare tool) - Portafilter extender (put it on top of basket when loading larger doses, saves coffee going all over) - Bag of machine cleaning tablets etc.. (Should be enough to last a year or so of regular maintenance) Photos available: https://imgur.com/a/mOoWEaE PRICE REDUCED to 175 pounds collected, I can arrange shipping via DPD.
  18. Hi, thanks to reviews on here I have just purchased a new Sage Duo Temp Pro, an upgrade from a Delonghi Icona. I debated the Rancilio Silvia for a bit but based on opinions here that I would need to spend money on a good grinder I decided my budget was better spent on the Sage coffee machine and a grinder rather than blowing it all on a Silvia. Plus I like the idea that the Sage will ease me into using non-pressurised baskets. I use fresh roasted beans that I buy direct for a roaster in Cork called Badger and Dodo, I love their Jam Jar blend (unfortunately they don't ship to the UK.) I currently have a Delonghi KG79 grinder that I hacked to make a finer grind but I'm mid researching which grinder to buy. So please feel free to send me your recommendations, from what I've read so far I'm leaning towards a secondhand Mignon as I'd would ideally like to spend about €250/£200. I've looked at the Graef CM800 but I'm not sure it's worth it if an extra 50 quid would get me something far superior.
  19. I'm pretty set on the idea of a DTP but should I be looking at the Gaggia Classic too?
  20. Good afternoon guy's. So I upgraded from a dedica to a Sage Duo Temp. I've just run a descaler through it but screwed up and forgot to remove the filter :/ so I'm in desperate need of one of those odd filters and annoyingly sage are out of stock! Any help pointing me in the right direction to buy a filter or is there a workaround at all? Thanks in advance, Gindy.
  21. New (smaller) kitchen means that I need to replace my Expobar Leva HX which I have been very happy with for the last five years with something smaller. I am most drawn to a couple of Lelit options, either the Victoria PL91T @ ~£700, the Diana PL60PlusR1 @ ~£1000 or Elizabeth PL92T @ ~£1100. Budget is less of an issue than foot print, needs to be no more than 30cm deep and ideally less than 30cm wide. Not bothered about hot water as I can use a kettle so I only need espresso and steam. I would prefer to stick to a standard 58mm porta filter. I've also looked at the Sage Duo Temp but I think that might be tow much of a backwards step. But, as John Lewis still have this for £249 this wouldn't be a massively expensive mistake. On a typical morning I make one americano and one flat white. Evenings with guests will be 4-6 various coffees. The advantage with the Expobar's big boiler is that I can easily and immediately switch between expresso and steam with no waiting. My recollection with smaller, non-HX boilers is that there will be a wait between each espresso and any steaming - would a PID or LCC -based machine solve that problem? Hence why I am considering the latter two options with dual boiler. I would be interested in alternatives that will allow me to downsize without feeling that I am also downgrading :-) Whatever machine I buy will be paired with my existing Baratza Sette 270 (which I think is absolutely brilliant BTW). Thanks in advance for any suggestions, recommendations or other advice/experience.
  22. I've just made a coffee and went to purge the steam and it came up with an err message and I can't do anything with the machine. the manual says to phone a number that won't respond until after the bank holiday and now i can't clean the wand any chance this might be an easy fix? An another message on the machine is 'service' so I assume I will need to take it in for repairs
  23. I am familiar with navigating to the advanced menu on my Sage DB, however there does not appear to be any way of adjusting the time or volume settings of the one and two button automatic modes. Am I missing something?
  24. Excellent Condition, Perfect Working Order, used less than 20 times, before i got the upgrade bug and decided to by a Cherub, this little machine makes great coffee with no messing about, it still has 11 Months Warranty left on it. comes with all accessories when new, also i have put a temptag on the milk jug. item will be sent in original box with original packaging, sent by 48hr Courier. Photos Attatched! £230 Delivered, Payment by Paypal Please. or buyer can pay £220 cash on collection from Warrington. item is also listed elsewhere and maybe sold at anytime! PM if you have any questions! Thanks
  25. Some great Latte Art skills on display here from Alex Stithies; 2010 Australian Barista Champion. Good for Sage and Breville owners too. [video=youtube_share;wvJ02AJBEG4]
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