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Only 3 more to go.

Was a member a few years ago but real life took over, so a bit slow to the party, but back again and honing my skills.

Was part way on my learning curve,being back again has brought the love back and I'm starting out fine adjusting etc, taste buds need fine tuning as always preferred medium dark blends but starting to enjoy a nice espresso now, would like to go a tad lighter.


Espresso: Quick Mill Verona

Grinder: Mythos and loving it

Tampers: Reg Barber flat 58.35

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Only 2 more now :)


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You're right. :D


Espresso: Quick Mill Verona

Grinder: Mythos and loving it

Tampers: Reg Barber flat 58.35

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Jason, welcome back.... enjoy the coffee!

Are you planning to make post 2000 something deep, meaningful and truly memorable?


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Jason, welcome back.... enjoy the coffee!

Are you planning to make post 2000 something deep, meaningful and truly memorable?

 

The temptation to say a one word response such as "no" would be too immense for me.


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The temptation to say a one word response such as "no" would be too immense for me.

 

It's a big moment...... don't spoil it for him!


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The temptation to say a one word response such as "no" would be too immense for me.

 

Exactly my thinking!


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Jason, welcome back.... enjoy the coffee!

Are you planning to make post 2000 something deep, meaningful and truly memorable?

 

It's a big moment...... don't spoil it for him!

 

Are you working up a song for him?


Everything my heart could desire (more or less). . .

 

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Are you working up a song for him?
Yeah come on Snakin' Stevens, surely there's some mileage in

"Way up in North East England far from New Orleans, a geordie boy called Jason was a-grindin' beans, some say he had a Mythos that was grinding greens, but with his new black tamper his espresso was mean -

go go, go Jason go go go, Jason1wood"

 

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Exactly my thinking!

 

He's not biting, is he?


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Are you working up a song for him?

No Joe. I've only been retired since the back end of December.

It's surely a bit soon for a comeback?

 

Yeah come on Snakin' Stevens, surely there's some mileage in

"Way up in North East England far from New Orleans, a geordie boy called Jason was a-grindin' beans, some say he had a Mythos that was grinding greens, but with his new black tamper his espresso was mean -

go go, go Jason go go go, Jason1wood"

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Eat, drink and be merry

 

Forget the comeback Joe. I couldn't survive in the face of that sort of competition!


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He's not biting, is he?

 

Well if you mean "He's not a daft as us, is he?" then probably not...............


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Sorry gents, been busy all day trying to come up with something profound or even interesting but I'm not a eloquent as some of our members.

 

So anyway.

Get the fook in.

2000 up.......


Espresso: Quick Mill Verona

Grinder: Mythos and loving it

Tampers: Reg Barber flat 58.35

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Sorry gents, been busy all day trying to come up with something profound or even interesting but I'm not a eloquent as some of our members.

 

So anyway.

Get the fook in.

2000 up.......

 

13 Hours!!!

It took you 13 hours.... and you came up with that!!!!

 

No one - and I mean NO ONE is going to argue with you about profound, interesting or eloquent!

 

Lets face it you didn't even manage profane!!!

 

Oh well........ (Best sincere tone) Congratulations!!


There is a fine line between "Hobby" and "Manic Obsession"

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Currently enjoying LSOL

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13 Hours!!!

It took you 13 hours.... and you came up with that!!!!

 

No one - and I mean NO ONE is going to argue with you about profound, interesting or eloquent!

 

Lets face it you didn't even manage profane!!!

 

Oh well........ (Best sincere tone) Congratulations!!

So sorry. Haha

Just read your write up regards to your little jaunt to see David.

Great write up @Drewster

 

Unfortunately as much as I have to say in my head, getting it down on paper is a completelydifferent matter.

 

I must apologise and promise I will try harder ;)


Espresso: Quick Mill Verona

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Tampers: Reg Barber flat 58.35

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Unfortunately as much as I have to say in my head, getting it down on paper is a completelydifferent matter.

 

Not a problem I have - I am almost A John-esque in my verbosity.....

Although I hope there is a tad more meaning in my meandering ;-)


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Not a problem I have - I am almost A John-esque in my verbosity.....

Although I hope there is a tad more meaning in my meandering ;-)

 

And the difference being . . . We can tell you to shut up once we’ve heard enough :) :) :) :)


2019 L-R with hand turned Thuya burr handles and toggles / Monolith Titan Flat & Conical / HG-1 / Kalita wave / Stag kettle / OCD / Joey Skateboard Handle Pullman Big Step & matching stirrer / Wenge Handle Lev Tamp / Push Tamper / Puqpress / 15g & 18g vst / IMS 35μM / LDT / Barista Gear Titanium 12oz pitchers / LW Bean Cellars & Caddy / Decent thermometer / Acme Evo 150ml cups / Espazzola / Hottop / embroidered by me bar towels / in the cellars: Steampunk, North Star, Foundry, The Barn, HasBean, Coffee Compass / part-time LSOL participant / 6 gorgeous guineas / a dog / a very lovely husband / 

 

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