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    Latte art using a domestic machine...

    Gene Cafe Coffee Roaster $850 - Free Beans Free Freight
    Heres a video that proves you dont need a commercial machine to produce exceptional latte art. *Enjoy!

    http://vimeo.com/12307763

    Graeme

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    Hardly a domestic machine. An HX machine has all the steam power you need for stretching milk. The only real difference is you cant do 1 litre of milk at a time like you would in a commercial machine.

    I was expecting to see a Gaggia or some cheap thermoblock machine when i went in here.

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    Re: Latte art using a domestic machine...

    lovely video, with some great art, they make it look so simple dont they!

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    Re: Latte art using a domestic machine...

    Hi,

    I havent posted for a while, and the title caught my attention. Im not sure which video you were referring to, but it all looked pretty professional to me.

    Here, Ive posted a couple of recent pours I did on my REAL domestic machine (Sunbeam EM4800C)!

    Have fun!

    Phil




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    Re: Latte art using a domestic machine...

    Man, one day. i would love to be able to do that. more practice ::)

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    Re: Latte art using a domestic machine...

    Quote Originally Posted by 796C7C3E0 link=1276578998/0#0 date=1276578998
    Heres a video that proves you dont need a commercial machine to produce exceptional latte art. *Enjoy!

    http://vimeo.com/12307763

    Graeme
    this was amazing, Im encouraged to do a bit more work ....

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    Wow Tassiebean,
    Almost need sunglasses 8-) to see those beautiful "japanese flag" cups. Great example of art on a humble sunbeam. Well done.

    Gary :)

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    Re: Latte art using a domestic machine...

    Ha haha.
    GRB, Thanks for sharing the link.
    If that Synesso with that accompanying Mazzer Robur is not a commercial machine, then i can only imagine what solar system you found examples of commercial machines from.
    If anyone is interested in that "domestic" machine, then you,re looking at $15,000 plus GST for a 2 group version. :D

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    Re: Latte art using a domestic machine...

    Just watched the video, it looks like an Isomac Mondiale HX ;) ;)

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    Re: Latte art using a domestic machine...

    Quote Originally Posted by 7A6F787873707C731D0 link=1276578998/8#8 date=1281755336
    Just watched the video, it looks like an Isomac Mondiale HX ;) ;)
    OOps, I stand corrected.
    * *That is indeed the Isomac Mondiale. A serious piece of kit worthy of a place in the kitchen and in some cases, overwhelm some because of it,s superior stainless steel showcase. Now i,m drooling.....Hmmm, upgraditus stammied by a shallow wallet. Desperately seeking Mr and Mrs Lotto. ::)



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