I really hope I'm mistaken, but you know what? I'd happily take the odds on >$2k and I rarely bet. Those speculating on $1.5k are doing so with nothing
Of the 2, I see less repairs for the ECM barista than the bezzera’s in general. And when you need to fix a bezzera it’s more painful in my
I would concentrate on what is causing the change in pour time.
Asumming at this stage it's not coffee machine related then it is either the grind
Yemen Bait Subaih. The first Yemen Iíve tried. Wow!!
Did you end up buying the Barista or Mitica?
Any chance of changing to a different batch of beans, just for argument sake...
Beans being a natural product, are subject to a lot of variability
See the strange thing is I've used these same beans for years now and have never ran into this issue until now. Likewise with ambient temperature, I agree
OK, so I was in Paris last week and loved it - great food of course, but managed to find a couple of decent cafes. Best one was KB Coffee Roasters on
It's usually not so much of an issue of pressure capability as it is one of matching up the threads and/or adapting the different valves into place.
Good one mate...
Like Alex mentioned above - It won't be your grinder.
Much more likely to be the beans you're using coupled with variations in ambient conditions.
i have an expobar that has steam hot water outlets that turn to operate an ive seen other types that have a (dont know exact name) like a lever like on
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Guys, where can I get my EM7000 repaired? Work is going to pay for it so not fussed about cost.
Ideally a place in South Melbourne would be great,