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Hi Don.

+1 on black coffee. Hazelnut changes coffee to something else.

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I’m asking Santa for a burr grinder this year.

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Doing coffeee right means roasting your own.
Burr grind and brew. Trick to brewing is a machine having that ability to get the water hot enough.

Bona Vita is a good workhorse, getting the water as hot as hot as it neeDs to be before touching the grounds.

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We have a few decent roasters around town. Figure a burr grinder will take me a long way.

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I need a new grinder too... but SWMBO just gave the green light to pick up a 2kg coffee roaster. :thumbup: The one I am looking at has logging built in so I can keep better track of my roast profiles. So for now my lusting after a Compak F10 grinder is going to be on hold while I work on acquiring the roaster.

I currently use my brother's machine and did a double batch yesterday. The coffee this morning is yummy.

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We have a few decent roasters around town. Figure a burr grinder will take me a long way.


I did this for a cheap burr grinder, but I use a cordless screwdriver instead of a drill-
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rWCT9OZioCY

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We have had good luck with Cusinart. My hangar unit is a dfc 1200. Always a croud in the hangar when the coffee pot is going these normally sell for about $80 bucks new, or 55 refurbed on amazon.

House unit is a more sophisicated. cusinart latte/expresso unit,,also very good.

One thing i have noticed w drip (paper filter units) is the cone style filters make stronger more flavorful coffee than the flat type found on units like Mr .coffee.

Your mileage may vary

BTW coffee is always on and free in my hanger,,feel free to drop by.


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Bob, ahem, is your hanger in your hangar?...


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I feel your pain. Happens to me a lot as well...


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Jura Impressa, European automatic espresso maker... we use our every day, over several years of use comes out to a dollar or two a day, much less than buying Starbucks.


Agreed. We perchased a C60 about 5 years ago. Absolutely no problems with it. It does require cleaning occasionally with prescribed tablets and a new filter periodically. We also purchase a great espresso blend in 5# bags from Peace Coffee in the Minneapolis, MN, the combo makes a very smooth espresso drink when ever you want it.

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We have a burr grinder and percelator and like them both.


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Nespresso’s everywhere: kitchen, bedroom, home office, real office.
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I had a Nespresso but gave it to one of my kids. I used to use a Breville YouBrew. It was great except the grind was course. It made a smooth brew but used a lot of beans and didn't work well with lightly roasted beans. When it started to leak after several years, Breville replaced it for $99 with the new model, the Breville Grind and Brew. I love this machine. The variable grind setting solves the grind size problem. The water temp is slightly better regulated. It wasn't bad before but it is great now. It might not compete with a great pour over but I can set it the night before and it grinds and brews in the morning. I also love that you fill the reservoir and dial the number of cups. No measuring out the water for how many cups you want.


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Netspresso works great.

I like my Coffee like my Ex, Hot White and bitter.


I like my coffee just like my wimmin: Black, cold & bitter

the guy behind the counter today asked me how I wanted my Coffee. I told him...like my women...he said dyed blond slut whose father owns a liquor store is not a type of coffee.

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