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by Bebopbird, 6 minutes ago in Espresso Machines
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Espresso and grinders in covered outdoor space

Hi, We're in the midst of kitchen remodeling that will take months but have a covered outdoor cooking space that I'd like to temporary house my espresso machines and grinders as we still need espresso and coffee daily. We live in California that's dry with little rain and the space is fully covered, assuming no rain and I
by nameisjoey, 16 minutes ago in Lever Espresso Machines
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Cafelat Robot User Experience

Anyone here using a paper filter at the bottom of their basket? I bought a 1.75" hole punch and have used some Aeropress filters to cut down. Fits the bottom of the basket really well. I'm drinking a light medium anaerobic coffee right now and when combined with the paper filter allows me to grind really fine. This
by Capuchin Monk, 43 minutes ago in Coffee Roasting
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Roasting dark: 'S' curve vs constant declining RoR?

Almico beat me to it.I'm the opposite. I do go for fruity / acidic coffee when consuming milk based drink. For me, espresso, after getting used to it in Italy, is a dark roast drink
by vas, 45 minutes ago in Marketplace
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Introducing Espresso Forge's Barista Tools

Maybe slice the WDT bottom smh like 45°, otherwise it looks like a mini booby trap
by Giampiero, 57 minutes ago in Grinders
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JT64/ LR Lufeibao 64mm Grinder

It does not work properly at the first released version and you expect we pretend it have the most important Ultra feature...for a third of the price?
by BaristaBoy E61, Today, 10:04 pm in Espresso Machines
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Post a pic of your home espresso setup...

Beautiful setup! So, when's a NEW grinder coming? BTW: Where's the GS3MP?
by vas, Today, 10:02 pm in Espresso Machines
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Post a pic of your home espresso setup...

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by Almico, Today, 9:54 pm in Coffee Roasting
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Roasting dark: 'S' curve vs constant declining RoR?

The interesting thing about being a roaster/retailer is that I not only get to source, sample, profile and refine a wide variety of coffees, but I also get to brew the fruits of my labor and hand it directly to customers and experience their immediate feedback. My main coffee bar is also located in a touristy town where there is
by drgary, Today, 9:51 pm in Coffee Roasting
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Is it a roast issue or a green issue? (Prospective new roasters; you should read this too!)

Nope. Keep posting. You might give us something to think about!
by luca, Today, 9:28 pm in Grinders
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JT64/ LR Lufeibao 64mm Grinder

This is great; it's visually very similar to the Ultra, but, of course, no one is discussing that it's missing the single most important feature of the Ultra, namely the burr alignment shim posts