Pithy advice from your fellow baristas - Page 2

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HB
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#11: Post by HB »

malachi wrote:Pay attention.
NB: An unabridged version of Chris' advice is also available.
Dan Kehn

papalatte

#12: Post by papalatte »

Coffee preparation is ART......OBSERVE, FEEL, TASTE, ENJOY...................

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JonR10

#13: Post by JonR10 »

Syrupy-thick-sweet or fluffy-coffee-chiffon
(Variety is the spice of life)

Nick

#14: Post by Nick »

Your shots aren't as good as you think.

cappadoc

#15: Post by cappadoc »

Beans, Operator, Grinder, Machine. IN THAT ORDER.



Jeff

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hbuchtel

#16: Post by hbuchtel »

Enjoy yourself!

(what I need to remember!)

Henry

King Seven

#17: Post by King Seven »

The process of learning should be almost as enjoyable as the coffee you produce, and there should be an end to neither.

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danno

#18: Post by danno »

It gets hot. Be careful.
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AndyS

#19: Post by AndyS »

Wake up and smell the coffee
-AndyS
VST refractometer/filter basket beta tester, no financial interest in the company

MikeR

#20: Post by MikeR »

Life is intense, drink espresso