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Thread: Taking Nescafe to the next level

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    Taking Nescafe to the next level

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    Anyone tried brewing Nescafe in an espresso machine???

    I was inspecting a used 6910 and asked the owner to demo it. So he put some nescafe in and brews it up!

    After my I had a laugh moment he says that's how he always does it, and his neighbour does exactly the same thing.

    I wasn't game to try it but maybe I should have, he could be onto something.

    Anyway we both had a good laugh about it. It was very funny.
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    Tbh, you can brew the poison, oops, Nescafe. But it is a brave soul that drinks it!

    Even my dog declined his puppiccino on a wee saucer of that bilge drop. I had a laugh.


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    Excellent...

    Free enrolment in How to instantly devalue a 6910 by 50% #101
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    I've wondered whether the long since abandoned tin of International Roast would be ok to use to 'season' my E61 after a chemical backflush...

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    I reckon if you wouldn't be game to drink instant, I don't think your espresso machine would either.

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    Rube Goldberg would approve...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrJack View Post
    Rube Goldberg would approve...
    Quick detour to Wikipedia......

    Good one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrFreddofrog View Post

    he could be onto something.
    What happens to the puck? Nothing much left, straight down the sink? Composting - would the other compost nutrients just... die?
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    Behmor Brazen - $249 - Free Freight
    That's a classic.
    I had a good laugh.
    That must be a treasured moment. Unforgettable.



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