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Flair Espresso - A bit of fun?


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Family are asking me what I want for Christmas, and I have no idea,

I love the methodical relaxing process of brewing Filter with a V60, so Im thinking that something like a Flair would be a similar experience but with Espresso?

I've been toying with the idea of getting a Flair, something still coffee related but something I can have abit of fun with and just enjoy.


Any flair users here that could recommend /pointers/suggestions/negatives etc? 

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I don't own one, but I've followed them, as I've been interested in maybe getting a used one. 

They do look really good, it's probably the cheapest way to enjoy a lever espresso. Thermal management is the thing with all levers, more so when there's no heater in it. More work than a v60, but certainly something I'd love to try too.  I'd say go for it, either the Flair or the Cafelat Robot as another similar machine.

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Gaggia Classic 2001, Gaggia Baby 2001, Gaggia Color 2007, Delonghi Dedica, Marcfi badged Compak K6 2004

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