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Sexy milk, that!

 

Sex milk - eeeuw


Rocket Giotto Evo, Mythos, Torr x 2, Rapha Chris King Tamper (coz they are cool), VST's, Hausgrind, Airgrind, Hario Slim, Chemex, Aeropress, Oomph, Puck Puck, Bialetti, Black Acaia scales, Acia Lunas,fresh beans

Blah Blah Blah - it makes coffee

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Some epic pours here as usual.

 

Here's a specialist pour for the wife.


Expobar Leva dual boiler | MC2 Grinder

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Sex milk - eeeuw

 

Haha. As above. Didn't notice your post


Expobar Leva dual boiler | MC2 Grinder

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Mazzer Super Jolly - Expobar Brewtus IV-R - Knock 58.35mm Tamper - 17g LM Strada - IMS Screen - Inker Cups

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Some epic pours here as usual.

 

Here's a specialist pour for the wife.

 

Talking of 'sex milk'...


'it's all about the microbubbubbles'

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So we never found the old thread? I was hanging back waiting for it. One of my better ones was at the end!

 

8oz

 

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6oz

 

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Expobar Brewtus IV | Mazzer Super Jolly

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Too busy to snap anything else today


'it's all about the microbubbubbles'

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A little something for the afternoon

 

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AKA Toffee chips

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A little something for the afternoon
it's not Friday!

Rocket Giotto Evo, Mythos, Torr x 2, Rapha Chris King Tamper (coz they are cool), VST's, Hausgrind, Airgrind, Hario Slim, Chemex, Aeropress, Oomph, Puck Puck, Bialetti, Black Acaia scales, Acia Lunas,fresh beans

Blah Blah Blah - it makes coffee

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it's not Friday!

 

Might be some where in the world. Alaska?!?

Maybe not.......it's always Friday on Chap time


Sage DB; Mazzer Major; VST 15g, 18g & 20g Baskets;TORR Trapez & Perger Tamper

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It'll be a month of Sundays before I'm able to post pours like that (at least while I still have my Classic I guess)


Rocket R58Ceado E37SAeropressAerGrind • Puck Puck cold brew widget • VST 18g basket • Torr Goldfinger 58.5 convex black Ti/walnut tamper • Torr Goldfinger 58.5 flat sharp edge tamper • Big bag o' beans • Triumph Street Triple 675R

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It'll be a month of Sundays before I'm able to post pours like that (at least while I still have my Classic I guess)

 

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What was that you were saying about a classic hotmetal?


Gaggia classic (OPV, steam wand and auber PID), HG one, hausgrind walnut, rattleware handle free, bottomless pf, 15g, 18g and 20g vst, torr goldfinger, 3 cup chemex, 8 cup chemex, 3 cup siphon, ceramic v60-01, kalita wave 155 and an aeropress.

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I don't necessarily blame the machine. Good workmen and all that! I know it's possible on a classic but my efforts thus far have been nothing short of embarrassing! I think it's user error, though I've heard more powerful steam from better machines makes it easier?


Rocket R58Ceado E37SAeropressAerGrind • Puck Puck cold brew widget • VST 18g basket • Torr Goldfinger 58.5 convex black Ti/walnut tamper • Torr Goldfinger 58.5 flat sharp edge tamper • Big bag o' beans • Triumph Street Triple 675R

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I don't necessarily blame the machine. Good workmen and all that! I know it's possible on a classic but my efforts thus far have been nothing short of embarrassing! I think it's user error, though I've heard more powerful steam from better machines makes it easier?

 

Theoretically it can be harder as you don't have as much time to think/get it right. I don't know, never used anything other than a classic!


Gaggia classic (OPV, steam wand and auber PID), HG one, hausgrind walnut, rattleware handle free, bottomless pf, 15g, 18g and 20g vst, torr goldfinger, 3 cup chemex, 8 cup chemex, 3 cup siphon, ceramic v60-01, kalita wave 155 and an aeropress.

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Me neither. I also thought that having more time would be of benefit, but talking to experienced people they've often said (and demoed) that you can benefit from more power once you can master it. I'd love someone to show me how to get art like that from my setup.


Rocket R58Ceado E37SAeropressAerGrind • Puck Puck cold brew widget • VST 18g basket • Torr Goldfinger 58.5 convex black Ti/walnut tamper • Torr Goldfinger 58.5 flat sharp edge tamper • Big bag o' beans • Triumph Street Triple 675R

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Me neither. I also thought that having more time would be of benefit, but talking to experienced people they've often said (and demoed) that you can benefit from more power once you can master it. I'd love someone to show me how to get art like that from my setup.

 

Just a case of practice and finding what works on the classic. Once you can repeat good milk consistently the pours just start coming together, well they did for me anyway.

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Cheers for the encouragement. I've got the Sylvia wand so should be doable, but somehow I can't quite get it right.


Rocket R58Ceado E37SAeropressAerGrind • Puck Puck cold brew widget • VST 18g basket • Torr Goldfinger 58.5 convex black Ti/walnut tamper • Torr Goldfinger 58.5 flat sharp edge tamper • Big bag o' beans • Triumph Street Triple 675R

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I stretch the milk for about 6 seconds and then get a really strong 'wave' to turn the milk over and incorporate it all until it's come up to temp. Hard to explain in words but there are some videos on the forum of other people doing it.

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Yes, I've watched tons of videos on this. Had some pretty good vortices going, and nearly got crema, good milk and pour right in the same cup but never got anything I'd post up! Anyway sorry chaps I'm derailing your thread and I think we already split off a how-to from here a while back so I'll button it and carry on watching from the sidelines!


Rocket R58Ceado E37SAeropressAerGrind • Puck Puck cold brew widget • VST 18g basket • Torr Goldfinger 58.5 convex black Ti/walnut tamper • Torr Goldfinger 58.5 flat sharp edge tamper • Big bag o' beans • Triumph Street Triple 675R

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A little gassy Columbian Suarez, Better than a biting Uruguayan Luis Suarez :D

 

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This mornings attempt with grahams gold, i can reccomend it but as it has real cream run through it, id say keep it to a speacial treat... But makes a lovely creamy latte :-) [ATTACH=CONFIG]9457[/ATTACH]


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Really liking the winged hearts at the moment.

 

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'it's all about the microbubbubbles'

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