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On 16/09/2020 at 21:57, HyperFail said:

Just to add my somewhat novice experience. I recently bought a new gaggia classic and a mignon specialists grinder. I'm loving it. I mostly drink lattes and the quality I get from my humble set up is pretty spot on for my taste buds at least. Yes it's a bit of a faff, but I really enjoy the grinding, puck preparation, watching the espresso decant from the head, steaming the milk. It's great!


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Pretty much me in a nutshell, albeit with a different setup. As much as I love the look of some of the bigger beasts that a lot of people have as machines I'm really happy with what I've got. For now at least. It's only been 3 months haha 

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Hyperfail - looks very stylish, or at least the gaggia and grinder.... plastic does the job for storing the beans, but not so easy on the eye!
Haha, yeah. The plastic box is shocking. Its a cereal container I found that was empty. I'll invest in some decent storage once my bank account has recovered!

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