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by MNate, 2 minutes ago in Buying Advice
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Decent espresso de1pro or xxl? Which Model for small Cafe?

I couldn't tell you what you need, I suppose you mainly have to look at your own projected numbers. There are a growing number of places employing Decent machines, even in fairly quick coffee shop settings. However, commonly they will have two of them if it really is a business-critical tool. Think of it as a two group
by Zaneemomo, 3 minutes ago in Buying Advice
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End game grinder: EG-1, Kafatek MC4 or Flat Max?

The ultra burrs coffees taste slightly cleaner, flavors a little better defined, but also a slight loss of body. The pour overs are outstanding, some of the best I've ever had. For espresso, it's still a work in progress. At first I couldn't pull a decent shot at all. They were fast, spritzy, and channeling a
by Quester, 13 minutes ago in Buying Advice
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End game grinder: EG-1, Kafatek MC4 or Flat Max?

I've owned all three. Two of those grinders can be configured with various burrs. For the EG-1 there are three that Weber offers--DB1 Core, DB2 Ultra, DB3 Base. For the MAX, there are four burrs offered by KafaTek--SLM, SMD, SSW, and a new course burr. To say nothing of the SSP burrs it initially used. So this question
by titan, 19 minutes ago in Buying Advice
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So frustrating to pick a grinder!

I was very close to order a niche, but seriously the idea of paying one tax on top of another does not really sit well with me, and I think we should discuss it more. I was happy there was a thread about it on reddit. Even though I am in the market, I am not in a rush currently
by John49, 26 minutes ago in Tips and Techniques
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Spiced up with licoroce

Interesting any suggestions on how I could order some droppoeder?
by NicoNYC, 28 minutes ago in Grinders
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How (not) to clean the burrs

I wouldn't worry too much about having done damage. In fact, I bet the coffee you ground afterwards soaked up any traces of water in the burr teeth, and applied a light sheen of coffee oils to the surfaces. Most everything else in the grinder is aluminum or plastic. The only spot I'd be maybe concerned about is where the
by JRising, 33 minutes ago in Repairs, Restorations & Mods
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Brew pressure issue on a QM67

Oh. Can you describe where this valve is located? If water is forced into your boiler when brewing, thus displacing water out from a steam wand, then your boiler fill solenoid is leaking internally allowing the high brew circuit pressure (potentially 9 bar) to escape into the low pressure boiler circuit (potentially 1.3 Bar)... That would be coming out
by JRising, 41 minutes ago in Espresso Machines
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Would it be possible to install a resin filter inside (to the inlet) of the Profitec pro 600/700 water reservoir?

For those water reservoirs you could put any silicon hose of the right size onto the metal piece in the bottom and have it drawing the water through a "bestcup" style of softener: {link} Or any of those that are similar to the one in your video. Or replace the fitting in the bottom of the reservoir with the
by Agathorn, Today, 8:36 am in Grinders
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Ditting 807 Lab Sweet user experience

The grinder is not seasoned. But how can it be to fine if the brew us done in 2 min 30 sec including the 30 sec blooming? I will try a coarser grind tomorrow and I will post the results!
by Marcelnl, Today, 8:33 am in Knockbox
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Traditional singaporean Kopi

This is a fancy version of how I learned the Indonesian version of a brew; Kopi Tubruk (which IMO is quite similar to a cupping protocol) {video}