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  1. I use semi-skimmed milk at home. Which temp tag would be best whole milk or skimmed?
  2. The latest shipment of TempTags has landed and the webshop is now showing updated stock levels. The price remains the same as previously advertised, with the exception of a 14p rise in postage which regrettably needs to be passed on. Wholesale enquiries also welcomed by email [email protected]
  3. I have a new shipment arriving and have a few remaining TempTags - available without the instruction wallet Brown TempTags - 4 per sheet - reacts at 65c 8 sheets only remaining £6.50 per sheet or £18 for 3 sheets Price includes 2nd class postage Please Note: These have been in storage for 6 months Although they will be totally fine, I like to send out freshly produced TempTags to my wholesale customers Hence the reduced cost (usually RRP £8 per sheet plus postage)
  4. We're offering FREE Postage on TempTags during June (or until stocks run out) What is a TempTago ? TempTag is a sticker designed to give an instant indication when milk is at its optimum serving temperature for preparing milk-based coffees. A fundamental part of serving great coffee is consistency. The precision of the TempTag allows the user to serve coffee at a perfect temperature every time. Unlike traditional thermometers, TempTag has no direct contact with milk once applied to the milk pitcher correctly. This eliminates the possibility of cross-contamination as well as promoting hygiene. Once the milk reaches the ideal temperature, the colour will react, giving an instant indication that the milk is ready to be served. TempTag’s patented technology has been developed for full cream and skim milk, while another has been specially developed for soy milk. Hygienic - Consistent - Precise Your TempTag has no contact with the milk. Using thermochromic science you'll get an instant, 100% accurate reaction for between 3 - 6 months (depending on usage) With 4 stickers per sheet, you have up to 2 years of hassle-free milk steaming 3 TempTag Sticker Types Both the Brown and Cream colour stickers react at 65c The Soy (Red) stickers react at 58c Despite the wording Full Cream (Brown colour) and Skim (Cream colour) on the sheet of 4 stickers, they react at the same time with both types of milk Purchase from https://www.freewebstore.org/temptag-uk
  5. Is there a perceived winner in the contest between TempTags and Frothometers for pride of place on milk jugs? I have been looking into them I have managed to find a Frothometer on ebay for £7.49 delivered and the temp tags are a bit more coming in at about £10 delivered however you do get 4 of them. Would be interested in any opinions or "avoid that like the plague" statements about either please.
  6. We're running a special (while stocks last) on Cream coloured TempTags which react at 65c and Red (Soy) TempTags which react at 58c £7 per sheet of 4 TempTags or £18 per pack of 3 sheets of TempTags Order via this link and items will be posted same day Wholesale account orders welcomed
  7. Hi All, I wasn't planning on doing this until my birthday in September but I've just accidentally won a Gaggia Classic with extras from eBay I was watching a couple in my area and saw that this one was within reasonable distance. My plan was to watch a few and see what kind of price they went for but as the seconds ticked down, I noticed that this one was going for £66!! I thought the price was pretty cheap and couldn't see it go for that cheap so I took a punt and put a maximum bid of £84.... I ended up winning it for £83.99!!!!! Now I'm sat at the home computer, typing this message and wondering how I'm going to tell the mrs Anyway, my reason for posting this message was to ask whether people think I got a good deal for my money. I appreciate that it's a bit late now but you guys are the experts and it helps to know if my new machine looks ok. First of all, here are the pictures and description as given by the seller: [h=1]Gaggia Classic Espresso coffee Machine brushed steel finish[/h] You are bidding on a Gaggia Classic coffee machine in excellent condition. It was bought a couple of years back and, to be honest, was used at the beginning but hardly over the last year or so. It seems a waste to keep it as a display item hence the sale. They sell for around £250 now excluding the accessories pictured. The only item pictured which is NOT included is the granite tabletop block. It comes with a number of additional accessories, namely: 1. A 'proper' tamp 2. A coffee brush 3. A milk frothing jug 4. A coffee measuring spoon Any thoughts?
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