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Any non Espresso brew method from Drip Filter, Syphon or Vacuum, Plunger, Ibrik, Stovetop, Mocha Pot, Aeropress, Cold Press, Percolator, Presso or any other mad scientist process that doesn't have a pump and boiler combined.
Entry level (sub $500) domestic appliances that you would expect to find in the kitchen section of whitegoods stores. You can get a pretty good coffee from machines in this category if you use fresh coffee and dose/tamp well.
Pointy End ($1500-$3000) will find machines that are capable of making espresso at the same time that you are texturing milk. This end of the market also tends to get some real design flair and lot and lots of shiny stainless. Mostly the machines in this category are direct descendants of Cafe class machines.
Extreme Machines ($3000+) is the very serious end of the home espresso machine market. Some of the machines you will find in here would be comfortable in just about any cafe on the planet and most will have similar installation requirements (plumbing, maintenance etc). Most CoffeeSnobs drool over the very pretty toys in this category.
any idea how old is the machine? i'm trying to convince my brother to upgrade to this machine from a gaggia classic that i gave him. i got a diadema junior olus and can attest that they're really solid machines.
This post is quite old and I no longer have this grinder, so I can't tell you with authority but I'll try.
I'm not 100% sure I understand what you're asking but if I understand you correctly you want to know how to remove the top burr so you can...
Hey all, I'm Jon.
I've started off as tea drinker and lately getting into coffee. Have learnt a lot in the past few months and was wondering if paying 4-5 dollars a cup of coffee everyday, I might as well get my own coffee set and it should pay...
Have discovered over time, that if I try to push my Corretto batches too quickly, I will end up roasts that show signs of Tipping and uneven roasting through the beans themselves. Pretty well every batch ends up tasting ashy, to some degree and...
If you're located in Sydney, this may be of interest.