Coffee machines


#142

In fairness, I’ve always had a hell of a time keeping unkilled cows on the hotplate.


#143

The degree of difficulty almost turned me vegetarian!


#144

This coffee machine is meant to do a really good home espresso.

https://www.thelittleguy.info/


#145

as with almost anything to do with espresso, user skill > quality of the machine


#146

I ended up getting the delonghi as a starter, then see if we want to upgrade in a year or two.

So noone please kill my vibe.


#147

you’ll be delonghing for a better machine before long.


#148

■■■■■, don’t kill my vibe. I said.


#149

have you ever tried getting good?


#150

My Aldi espresso machine still going strong after 2 years. I’ve been using the Vittori Oro ground beans as I dont have a grinder.

The taste is strong which suits me as I hate the milky taste and no sugar required. Sugar in a coffee to me is like tomato sauce on flake. A no go.


#151

Never tried a French Press before, but saw a couple from Kitchen Warehouse at various sizes on sale, so I purchased.

Very, very nice coffee if you buy quality beans, and grind them properly.
Also now purchased a decent manual grinder to achieve the correct consistency.
I’m a convert.


#152

Just from personal experience I cannot stand any type of coffee where there is excessive time of the coffee being in the water. Just becomes dish water googed up on caffeine. Espresso bases are my one true love.


#153

Yep, Darli loves her french press, I won’t touch it.


#154

The correct term is ‘steeping’ …you uncultured swine !


#155

steeping to become ■■■■.

i’ve been so tired of late i don’t even know when footy is back.