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  • #46
    That's impressive Drewster. Better than my attempts at producing latte art, admittedly.

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    • #47
      Originally posted by Thebigsmoke View Post
      That's impressive Drewster. Better than my attempts at producing latte art, admittedly.
      thank you was trained a few years ago now but they arrent great just okay

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      • #48
        One for you coffee guys

        A fellow botl got a coffee business going on saw this today.

        https://www.facebook.com/17272440140...4983922234077/




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        • #49
          Thanks for sharing SHAMZ84. Will check them out

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          • #50
            A slightly better attempt at pouring a rosetta. Delicious creamy and chocolaty coffee. A cigar would've gone down a treat with it....

            Screenshot_20220118_150948.jpg

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            • #51
              Ordered a couple of single origins as I haven't for a couple of years. Willing to give them another go since I use the V60.

              Tried the Guatemalan coffee after lunch, it was very smooth but still lacks that strength I like. I have a feeling I won't be happy till I get the espresso machine

              Also, if any of you are interested in Rave Coffee here's a link that gives us £5 off our orders - Click Here

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              • #52
                In terms of strength, what sort of coffee to water ratio were you using for that brew? Typically a ratio of 1g of coffee to 16g of water is recommended as a starting point for filter coffee and then adjust to taste. Perhaps try 1:15 or less?

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                • #53
                  Originally posted by Thebigsmoke View Post
                  In terms of strength, what sort of coffee to water ratio were you using for that brew? Typically a ratio of 1g of coffee to 16g of water is recommended as a starting point for filter coffee and then adjust to taste. Perhaps try 1:15 or less?

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                  Honestly I've never measured. I did use a smaller mug before, which may be where I lost some strength.

                  I'll measure the ratio tomorrow, should be interesting to see what it is. Thanks for the advice 👍🏻

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                  • #54
                    No worries. Happy to try and help if I can. Weighing the coffee and water poured in will help to achieve greater consistency and identify what changes can be made to adjust the flavours you're getting in the cup.

                    ​​​​​​One of my go to brew recipes, if it's of any use, for both sweetness and complexity in the cup has recently been a 13g coffee:200g water brew with the v60.

                    Once set up I pour an initial 50g of water for the bloom and then pour the rest of the brew water in a slow steady stream right down the middle of the v60 from 45 sec to 1.30 with the brew finishing around 2-2.15. Requires quite a finer grind then what you'd normally use for a v60 brew.

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                    • #55
                      Originally posted by Thebigsmoke View Post
                      No worries. Happy to try and help if I can. Weighing the coffee and water poured in will help to achieve greater consistency and identify what changes can be made to adjust the flavours you're getting in the cup.

                      ​​​​​​One of my go to brew recipes, if it's of any use, for both sweetness and complexity in the cup has recently been a 13g coffee:200g water brew with the v60.

                      Once set up I pour an initial 50g of water for the bloom and then pour the rest of the brew water in a slow steady stream right down the middle of the v60 from 45 sec to 1.30 with the brew finishing around 2-2.15. Requires quite a finer grind then what you'd normally use for a v60 brew.
                      Thanks! I'll give it a shot 👍🏻

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                      • #56
                        Originally posted by Max A View Post

                        Thanks! I'll give it a shot 👍🏻
                        coffee. shot. geddit? very good.
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                        I think I may finally have this CAD under control...

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                        • #57
                          Originally posted by ha_banos View Post

                          coffee. shot. geddit? very good.
                          You're just mocking me because I don't have an espresso machine.... Evil man

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                          • #58
                            Originally posted by Max A View Post

                            You're just mocking me because I don't have an espresso machine.... Evil man
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                            I think I may finally have this CAD under control...

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                            • #59
                              Originally posted by ha_banos View Post
                              🤣🤣🤣

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                              • #60
                                https://www.theespressoshop.co.uk/Mo...=UnitedKingdom

                                Ok who's got one of these!?


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                                I think I may finally have this CAD under control...

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