- Aug 11, 2020
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- The People's Republic of Sandbach
The Robot is a beautiful pice of kit, how does it compare to the Gaggia?Haven’t noticed this thread before, I’ve had a gaggia classic and various different grinders for years, but rarely drink milky coffees and I’m the only coffee drinker in the house so recently upgraded to a cafelat robot and 1zpresso jxpro
Would this work for a Moka pot DaveThis thread has gone a little quiet over the last few months. Over the last few months I have been subscribing to a fortnight coffee bean subscription through Hasbean and have been very happy with it.
In the past I have always just thought I needed a darker roast coffee as my preference was for strong black coffee with my aeropress. I always preferred Nero over Starbucks or Costa
This subscription has been an eye opener for me with the flavour differences from different regions/countries and how the brewing of the coffee can have a big difference of the flavours..I have noticed that I do prefer the coffees from the Americas rather than Africa but I have enjoyed them all. The fortnightly works out fine for me as usually have a coffee a dayView attachment 50677View attachment 50678View attachment 50679View attachment 50680View attachment 50681View attachment 50682
I don't see why not. If you have a grinder just brew how you do if not I think you can specify different ground levels depending on your brewer.Would this work for a Moka pot Dave
i haven't seen that Rave brand over this side of the pond.Wife and myself we both like milky coffee like cappuccino or flat white. We have bough before xmas Sage Bambino Plus - before we had a delonghi espresso machine - Sage so much better and steamed milk great as well. Got burr grinder before and that as well improved taste.
We mainly get our coffee from Has Bean, but recently we tried Rave. Both good, I think Rave roast their coffee bit darker. Both get beans from small plantations - it supports small local communities - not huge corporations.
How's that hand grinder working out?Just been reading through this thread with a lot of interest as I recently bought myself an Aeropress which I really like. I've now bought myself a cheapo hand grinder to experiment with different coffee beans and different grind settings; the results so far have been okay but then again I used a cheap bag of beans to try out the grinder. I'll keep coming back to this thread as I'm developing a real interest in coffee.
Photo attached of my Aeropress and grinder.
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How's that hand grinder working out?
Any tips for how to use it to get the best flavour out of the beans?