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#11: Post by espressoed »

Time to resurrect an old web page from Tony Levin, bassist extraordinaire with Peter Gabriel, King Crimson, and a host of others.

http://www.tonylevin.com/tlevcoffee.htm
All the coffee in Ethiopia won't make me a morning person.

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yakster
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#12: Post by yakster »

The old Tony Levin coffee corner web page seems to be a dead link these days, but the Wayback Machine (http://www.archive.org) comes through in a pinch. Click here to view the archived page from March 11, 2008.
-Chris

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#13: Post by SwingT »

well, most of my travel these days is via auto instead of air. And when I travel by air I only use a carry-on, don't check anything and haven't tried to pack espresso- I just do without.

By car, though - I take a 87 cremina, and a kyocera hand grinder. Works great.

I hope that by posting to this thread, someone will post what they are using for a travel case for a cremina.

I would love to have something more substantial and protective than the cardboard box I have been using for the Cremina :)
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