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12 minutes ago, Cuprajake said:

Lovely. 

Go big or go home 

What you doing regarding water

I asked Mark to look at my local water report and Scottish water is going to give me most likely non existent problems with scaling, it's softer than my willpower to resist expensive machines. 

If at some point I can be bothered to do something else I will, but for now I have so much to sink my teeth into that it's enough to know that the machine won't have issues because of it. 

Then again if a panel of local experts can dissuade me from this on grounds of it being a danger to the machine, I'll listen. But if it's just about water being better for the flavour in the cup, I'll wait a wee bit. 

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....Scottish water is going to give me most likely non existent problems with scaling, it's softer than my willpower to resist expensive machines.

 

 

+1 reason to live in Scotland not London 🙂

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4 hours ago, jonr2 said:

....Scottish water is going to give me most likely non existent problems with scaling, it's softer than my willpower to resist expensive machines.

 

 

+1 reason to live in Scotland not London 🙂

Hard water > hard people.

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On 24/02/2021 at 21:25, Cooffe said:

Upgraded the minima today.

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Snap!  Only I didn't have a Minima to upgrade from - it is a DeLonghi ESAM 5400.  Postie also brought me some Puly Caff and an O-Ring set.  Still waiting on a few pieces - maybe early next week.

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22 minutes ago, Cuprajake said:

So i decided to replace the rocket blower with something a bit better looking. 

 

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i daren't ask what this was designed for originally  - but it does look better!!

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21 hours ago, Grimley said:

This just arrived, not via the postie, it was delivered by the roasters themselves in a paper takeaway bag! 😁

I only ordered this morning! That's the advantage of living locally to the roaster! Talk about a quick delivery!

Thanks to @Little Fin Roastery & used the forum discount too!

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Ooh - hope you enjoy it - i have only 1 shot's worth left of the kilo of El Fumo i got from them - it has been delicious. 2 packs of Pact to work through then i think i may be back to Little Fin.

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