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Very hard to assist with extraction and taste issues without going into hyper fine detail about every stage of your process and equipment.. And even then taste is subjective at the end of the day
I loved the mk12 for espresso and found it pretty forgiving over a range of settings and ratios (like most beans from compass)

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10 minutes ago, jj-x-ray said:

Very hard to assist with extraction and taste issues without going into hyper fine detail about every stage of your process and equipment.. And even then taste is subjective at the end of the day
I loved the mk12 for espresso and found it pretty forgiving over a range of settings and ratios (like most beans from compass)

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Agreed - just wanted to share my experience ☺️

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8 hours ago, jazzersi said:

Struggling a bit with this bean for espresso. The bean smells amazing, but seems to pour really quick on one grind setting and taste quite muted, and then super slow one setting finer tasting harsh. I think my best shot so far was 16 in 40 out but was pretty quick at 25s and lacked body 

So since posting this I have discovered the importance of actually allowing the Gaggia to heat up and am now getting much tastier and more consistent shots. I think i was basically pulling them all way under temperature.

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