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    industrial coffee

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    Swiss Espresso Extractor - YouTube
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    I think it's great that they're making real espresso for their food products!

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    Now that certainly is impressive.

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    Impressive machine, looks like a giant version of a Saeco super auto brew group.

    I can imagine this type of thing could significantly improve the so called espresso flavour of many commercial products.

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    Need to fine up the grind a little, pouring 6 litres a minute is a little quick ;-)
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    I need one of those!

    Puts the old Hotel Heads to shame!


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    Freshly roasted beans sucked straight from the sack? Yeah baby I'm loving it.Espresso bath at my place tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elbeano View Post
    Freshly roasted beans sucked straight from the sack? Yeah baby I'm loving it.Espresso bath at my place tonight.
    Sounds like a good idea similar to the Japanese Coffee Onsen (hot spring) I have seen... Hopefully can try it in my next japan trip

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    Wow!

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    Puck looks a little "wet" !
    That would be an expensive "sink" shot if you got the grind a bit wrong
    Here is another vid of the same machine ..
    2 kg "dose" !
    But i think the shot only takes about 20 sec's ??
    ...and they really should get some more attractive crockery !
    Swiss Espresso Extractor Prototype - YouTube

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    For the first shot......If you use the onscreen shot clock (youtube video timer) ;-) it actually goes for 29 seconds. (and when the edit cuts to the start of the pour it's already flowing).
    The second shot runs from 1: 56 to 2: 27 and that doesn't include pre infusion. :-D

    Looks like they tidied things up a bit for the first vid. Nice.

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    The machine you use for when The Flash wants a coffee...

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    Quote Originally Posted by chokkidog View Post
    For the first shot......If you use the onscreen shot clock (youtube video timer) ;-) it actually goes for 29 seconds. (and when the edit cuts to the start of the pour it's already flowing).
    The second shot runs from 1: 56 to 2: 27 and that doesn't include pre infusion. :-D

    Looks like they tidied things up a bit for the first vid. Nice.
    So, regardless of scale/volume the rules still apply, not 30ml in 30 seconds, 3000ml in 30 seconds, the ratio's are there.
    Last edited by Yelta; 25th November 2013 at 11:20 AM. Reason: Thunk it out again.

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    I can see the time rule applying..But should'nt 2kg give more than 3000 ml ?
    Odd, also from the control screen ( @32sec) it seems they are using a 78 C brew temp ?
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    This is insane.
    As said before, its good to see actual coffee being used as apposed to who-knows-what!

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    Some similarities with the "Clover" commercial benchtop brewer ?
    See How Coffee is Made in the Clover - YouTube

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    Some, B52, but I think It stops at the design. The clover is more of a brewed style rather than mass espresso. But similar nevertheless.

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    Impressive and cool but can't help but feel most of the effort is wasted by the time the end product gets to wherever it's going to be used due to the volatile nature of espresso. Unless the ice cream factory etc. actually buys and runs the machine.

    That crema though, wow!



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