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    My "take everywhere" kit.

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    Another holiday snap: https://instagram.com/p/xblIokIhFv/

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    • #3
      Share your mobile coffee solutions snobs

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      • #4
        Bacchi plus Lido.

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        • #5
          Presso & lido

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          • #6
            Aeropress and Porlex. Porlex fits in barrel and makes a compact package. Aeropress is simple to clean, and can be used with minimal water when doing remote travel and water can be a scarce resource.

            Looking at upgrading lido 2 to Lido 3 and an Espresso Forge for an upgraded travel package.

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            • #7
              Gallons of CP in the cooler.


              Java "Gotta love da CP!: phile
              Toys! I must have new toys!!!

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              • #8
                We use an "Atomic" cappuccino maker, heat it up on a gas flame or electric cooktop or even in the coals of a campfire if you need to.

                frank

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                • #9
                  CP - good idea

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by KFT View Post
                    We use an "Atomic" cappuccino maker, heat it up on a gas flame or electric cooktop or even in the coals of a campfire if you need to.

                    frank
                    I've always been intrigued by the Atomic. How do they compare to a relatively decent traditional espresso machine (such as the Silvia).

                    Tez

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by tezza85 View Post
                      I've always been intrigued by the Atomic. How do they compare to a relatively decent traditional espresso machine (such as the Silvia).

                      Tez
                      I can't vouch for the Atomic, having never owned one, however I can provide some insight into the Bacchi. I took it last week on holiday and it was making better coffee than any cafe in the town. I had with me of course some freshly roasted beans and my trusty Lido for grinding on demand. I would say that if the Giotto makes a 9 out of 10 coffee (assuming GS 3 or similar produces a 10 out of 10 coffee, then the Bacchi produces a 7 out of 10 coffee. Plenty of crema and a great taste.

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                              Hiking at Wilson's Prom

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