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  • Decent Espresso Milk Jug Group buy (Adelaide)?

    I really like the look of the Decent Espresso milk jugs but am only interested in the 600ml jug. Only problem is the postage to go with it almost doubles it. As they're a sponsor, I hope I'm not stepping on any toes to see if any Adelaide snobs are interested in a group buy as 3 or more is free postage.

    Link is here:

    https://decentespresso.com/milk_jug

    Please PM me any interest and we'll see what happens.

    Keep in mind its a crazy time of year, so response times might not be immediate, but I aim to put an order in before the price rise on the 1st Jan.

  • #2
    I've got both the 350 and 600 mL jugs with the "competition spout". They work well and I enjoy using them. I am a bit of a milk jug tragic and have quite the collection though.

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    • #3
      My 600ml jug is really basic and has a very wide mouth which, for me, is hopeless for any latte art. I'm hoping that with the decent espresso jug with the competition spout, pouring 2 latte's with decent (no pun intended!) art might be possible without having to split the milk into my 400ml jug and pour with that. Am I dreaming?

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      • #4
        I have found the competition spout to be helpful for latte art

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Pretzal View Post
          My 600ml jug is really basic and has a very wide mouth which, for me, is hopeless for any latte art. I'm hoping that with the decent espresso jug with the competition spout, pouring 2 latte's with decent (no pun intended!) art might be possible without having to split the milk into my 400ml jug and pour with that. Am I dreaming?
          I've never had any luck pouring two lattes with art from the same jug, with any milk jug. I was always taught that if you want to do this, you have to first pour half out into an intermediate jug, and then use that 2nd jug for the 2nd drink. This hardly seems worth it to me, but I have seen baristi do it.

          If you're an experienced barista, the competition spout is absolutely what you want. The classic spout is for beginners to pour "monk's head" and ohter basic designs very easily, but isn't for anyone with experience.

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