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I have a Niche Grinder, a Profitec 600 DB, and an Osmio Zero Reverse Osmosis System.

 

I have had the Profitec 600 since first week in September and have struggled with the texturing of milk, I have tried 4 hole and 2 hole steam wand, steam comes out too powerfully for me, I have used at the last count 10 milk jugs, finally settled on a Blue Motta 350ml milk jug. A couple of days ago after having watched countless Youtube Vids and been through many litres of milk and jugs, something clicked with me and now I am getting reasonable results now, as in my pics.

 

All I can say to Newbies like me having the same problems as me is to have a lot of patience, watch many Youtube vids and just keep going it will come, mine are not the finished article by any stretc, but a start, hopefully leading on to better Latte Art, good luck to all you budding Baristas out there.

 

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Osmio Zero Reverse Osmosis System-No Installation, Niche Zero, Profitec 600 Dual Boiler.

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practice with cold water with a drop of washing up liquid. it mimics milk quite well. there is a jug called a Toroid made by Espro. You will need to shop around but here it is on amazon

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Espro-Toroid-Milk-Pitcher-600ml/dp/B00ISTQV9O

review here

 

back in the day, I found it quite good

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practice with cold water with a drop of washing up liquid. it mimics milk quite well. there is a jug called a Toroid made by Espro. You will need to shop around but here it is on amazon

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Espro-Toroid-Milk-Pitcher-600ml/dp/B00ISTQV9O

review here

 

back in the day, I found it quite good

 

Sad to say I have 2 of those the small and medium ones, the large one is good if you are making 2 cups.

Osmio Zero Reverse Osmosis System-No Installation, Niche Zero, Profitec 600 Dual Boiler.

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Looking good OP. I've just upgraded from a Gaggia Classic to an Expobar Brewtus, and the steaming power is too powerful compared to what I was used to with the Gaggia. I'll need to relearn and hopefully improve to as I never got it right with the Gaggia.

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