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#6411: Post by CarefreeBuzzBuzz »

What roasting during an AZ sunrise looks like running Artisan 2.1. Espresso fueling the fire:
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#6412: Post by Chert »

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I found this well preserved Astoria SAE-1 Jun and spruced it up a bit. Thus a change in the home setup.
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#6413: Post by randomorbit »

Grinder upgrade. I was thinking about getting the Eureka Mignon Speclialita which certainly would have fit better on the counter, but I came across a deal I couldn't pass up on a lightly used Zenith 65e and it fits under the cabinet with at least half a mm to spare.

Now that it's nearly dialed in I'm getting a 16gram dose for the Bezzera Family Lever in about 4.75 seconds. I'm hoping I can use the other setting to get the 18 gram dose for the Brewtus. It wants a finer grind, but I'm hoping once I get to know this grinder I'll have enough sense of the offset between the two espresso machines to be able to switch between them fairly quickly.

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#6414: Post by Carmd1281 »

CarefreeBuzzBuzz wrote:What roasting during an AZ sunrise looks like running Artisan 2.1. Espresso fueling the fire:
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Sweet setup! I see you have the roaster vented out of you sliding door. Does it still smell up the house?

Thinking about getting into roasting in an apt. Just curious.
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#6415: Post by CarefreeBuzzBuzz » replying to Carmd1281 »

All I can say is that everyone loves the smell when they walk in, whether it's during roasting or after. One issue for you is that I would not use propane with the tank inside an apartment. My tank is outside. In the sliding door is a 2 x 6 with three holes, two for the venting and one for the gas
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#6416: Post by skansen »

New grinder - new arrangement.
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William is for my favorite light roasted beans. Breville is for dark Italian blends and alternatives.

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#6417: Post by randomorbit »

Ooh I really like that little lelit grinder!

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#6418: Post by Nick111 »

Great sign !!

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#6419: Post by Earthy »

Elliot wrote:I always seem to be adding, but here's the setup as it stands today :mrgreen: image
Very nice! I'm waiting for a Max also.

I have been thinking about a Robot for a second home. Can you say why you bought one if you already had a cremina? I thought that was the pinnacle of manual machines (don't mean to insult anyone). Are there any advantages to the robot apart from warm up time?

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#6420: Post by Jasper_8137 »

Added an Olympia Club to keep the LMLM company!Image