It's been more than a decade since my 'end of innocence' but there's one Lavazza product which I still love for my moka pot - Crema e Gusto.
All machines get issues. The important thing is that parts and know how are available to fix them.
It is good to get simple too. A machine
I did consider this, but since I only paid about $700 for it, Breville could probably argue it is a cheap machine, and 2 years warranty should be plenty.
I received photos this morning, of a big banquet for Heritage Radio that Ace Coffee Co ran in New York. Very nice to see a big production setting with
Only did a purchase once at Amazon.
not because it is more expensive, Just not use to the platform.
Good it's all fixed, but warranties are arbitrary...the law says goods sold have to be fit for purpose and should last a reasonable time .... Irrespective
Might do that too, and save the mess
I set up my company myself. ASIC are quite helpful
Have a mazzer and vario.
prefer vario, tiny.
wife likes mazzer, it matches our ECM TECHNIKA BETTER, better looking.
Probably just about patient.
my wife could not get it the first place.
once she relax and just leave wand tip at the spot right under milk
Wand a bit under milk and on either side of jar with an angle, Better not in the middle or deep in milk.
get the steam going and wait for the spinning
Just an update on my post:
After several months of enduring instant coffee, I decided to chance my luck and took it in to get repaired.
2k seems high. $1200 should be able to do it. I suggest shop around.
If you donít know the extra money is well spent.
Hi all, Iím looking at doing some contract work and considering setting up a company. I know of a couple of people who paid someone to set theirs up which
The quality and freshness of the beans you use is waaayyy more important...