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by hank-scorpio, Yesterday, 10:43 pm in Grinders
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Fellow Ode V2.0 burrs almost here

Still experimenting with the new burrs but I used to grind at the finest setting, 1.1, on my V1 burr (calibrated to one click above chirp) for a 27.5g dose of a light roasted Ethiopian in my v60 for a 3:45 brew time. With the V2 (also calibrated to one click above chirp), even at 5.1, I am hitting
by Guyeinan, Yesterday, 10:42 pm in Grinders
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LAGOM MINI for espresso?

Hello I am espresso lover that uses la Pavo Professional with Maromas Orphea beans and until now used Eureka Notte grinder. I'm really attracted to the Lagom mini for my next grinder and wanted to know if I should take it with the Moonshine or obsidian burrs according to my preference on the machine and beans. As you
by Jeff, Yesterday, 10:38 pm in Buying Advice
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Levering up - machine suggestions

If you're in the land of 230 V, a Dualit steamer might open up other options like a used Streitman. I have not used the Dualit myself as I'm stuck with the feeble 120 V decision here
by espressomonkey, Yesterday, 10:33 pm in Repairs, Restorations & Mods
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Pasquini Livia 90 Low Flow from Grouphead

Think the opposite. I think there was low flow was entering the suppression valve caused by a partial clog. I'm still new to this so might be wrong, but the reason I think that is because water wasn't diverted out the drain hose and the flow of water out the group was low. Here's a picture
by mkane, Yesterday, 10:20 pm in Coffee Roasting
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Coffee roaster exhaust / vents

Just don't be stupid and burn the house down
by BaristaBoy E61, Yesterday, 10:15 pm in Repairs, Restorations & Mods
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ECM Rocket 2006 - Not heating

+1 This is very important advice for all
by mrgnomer, Yesterday, 10:14 pm in Buying Advice
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Levering up - machine suggestions

When my e61 HX was down a Europiccola and Cremina 67 was my go to. For just morning lattes I alternated the days between both. The Cremina pulled consistently better shots and was more forgiving on the steaming. The Europiccola lever was always travelled with less effort. For steam power it would lose some when the
by Thehomebrewcoffee, Yesterday, 10:00 pm in Coffees
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Canadian Roasters: Canucks...What are you drinking?

Come into stereo some time! I'm around Monday- Friday 9-3. Would love to have you taste some of our coffees and chat machines!
by nicholasnumbers, Yesterday, 9:43 pm in Grinders
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Fellow Ode V2.0 burrs almost here

An Ode V1 at Setting 1 is around an Ode Gen 2 Setting 3-4 depending on the coffee. In addition to that these burrs do extract quite a bit higher than the V1 and V1.1 set at the same target particle size, so I would not be afraid to experiment. Depending on the style of coffee you like to drink
by Eyal, Yesterday, 9:42 pm in Lever Espresso Machines
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La Pavoni Europiccola stainless piston sleeve.

A couple of weeks ago i bought the stainless steel sleeve from coffee sensor for my beloved post mill europiccola. Like posted above, this is one of the major upgrades one can make. The pull is as smooth as hell(or as heaven ) and i like that the grouphead heats up in a slower pace so i have