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CoffeeJohnny

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Am a coffee lover and am on an exponential learning curve at present, moving from having a home set up to taking over a coffee business. I think I may be slightly insane but I am passionate about coffee so I hope to succeed, and I hope you love my coffee as much as I do. My Barista and VRQ training were provide by mentness and I feel the better for it. But I find it slightly difficult to drink coffee when I am out and about now.


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Welcome GB. Insanity and OCD are key criteria for forum members so you should fit right in :)


Rancilio Silvia V3 | Compak K3 Touch | Reg Barber 58.5mm | Grindenstein knockbox | Synesso Double Ridgeless

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Welcome to the forum. Once you get your home kit sorted, many high streets can be disappointing. I cannot imagine what its like after professional training.


Still learning on... Gaggia TS, Cunill Tauro, PTM Tamper, Motta Tamping Stand and Knock Box, Gaggia Milk Jug and fresh beans!

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Welcome to Coffee Forums


Fracino Cherub, Malhkonig Vario, Espro calibrated 58mm tamper, Espro jug, ACF cups and Costa lover.

Twitter @MrsSKRobinson

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Welcome - twitter research suggests I know which business you've taken over :) Good luck and enjoy - as someone who moved into professional coffee last year, I'm sure you'll have an exciting and very interesting time!


Mahlkonig Vario, Dualit grinder, V60 (paper & cloth filters), 1-3 cup Chemex, Porlex Grinder, Kantans, Kalita Wave, Bodum French press, Various Ibriks, Turkish Coffee Hand Grinder, Bialetti Mini Express, Moka Pot, AeroPress, TCA-5 syphon and lots of tasty coffee :drink:

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Welcome GB

 

Slightly insane is an understatement but I know you'll do well. I think I know the business you have acquired too. A little birdie gave me the heads-up.

Good luck with your venture. I'll pop by when I'm next in your area.

 

Great to hear Stu looked after you. He's a good trainer


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