FOR SALE: La Marzocco Linea ee

Started by First Village Coffee in Classifieds on Thursday. 0 Replies

Just over 2 years old. Purchased through Irving Farm Coffee Roasters and routinely maintained by their tech team.Meticulously cleaned. We use a WaterX water filtration system and have our water quality checked every 3-4 months.We just happened to…Continue

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Favorite/most memorable coffees

Started by Jen Hurd in Coffee & Roasting. Last reply by Mike Clark Dec 4. 17 Replies

We've all had the moment when we taste a coffee and something just clicks.  It's the sip that takes coffee from just tasting like "coffee" to something more.  I distinctly remember when I had this experience: in the cupping room at the roasting…Continue

Tags: roasting, cupping, tasting, espresso, coffee

14 Gram Baskets: Fact or Fiction?

Started by Lita Lopez in Espresso. Last reply by Mike Clark Dec 4. 12 Replies

I am encountering some discrepancy between a "14 gram" basket and how much coffee will actually fit in one.  I'd love to hear from others. Regardless of what brand of machine or type of basket I might use, I generally aim to pack a shot so that…Continue

Home espresso machine - beginner

Started by Jeremy in Equipment & Tech. Last reply by Vicky Ahuja Dec 1. 8 Replies

Hello all!I am looking to purchase an espresso machine for my house. I've done some research and have a list narrowed down. I was curious what you all thought about purchasing used and if there were any places you may recommend I check.As always,…Continue

For sale: 1kg Mill City roaster *electric

Started by Cj in Classifieds. Last reply by Cj Dec 1. 7 Replies

Hey all! I hope this is ok to post here. Up for sale is my North 1kg Electric roaster from Mill City. In great shape, no scratches, dings or dents. Well maintained with >100 roasts through it, built in 2016 White with gold drum Comes ready to…Continue

Business Advertising!!!!

Started by Walter R. Webb in Retail Coffee Business Dec 1. 0 Replies

Hey,I'm going to start a new Cafe in Toronto. It's my fresh start and I do not have much idea about the business strategies.I'm a little bit confused. I 'm in need of a method to promote my cafe.I searched a lot and came to know about…Continue

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FOR SALE: La Marzocco Linea ee

Just over 2 years old. Purchased through Irving Farm Coffee Roasters and routinely maintained by their tech team.Meticulously cleaned. We use a WaterX water filtration system and have our water quality checked every 3-4 months.We just happened to have gotten a sweet deal on a bigger machine at auction.See More
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Mike Clark replied to Jen Hurd's discussion Favorite/most memorable coffees
"The brick of instant coffee heated up with knotted rope soaked in bore cleaner. After several weeks of eating C rations during Marine Corp artillery and combined arms exercises in Twenty Nine Palms California I decided to try the brick of vacuum…"
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Mike Clark replied to Lita Lopez's discussion 14 Gram Baskets: Fact or Fiction?
" Temperature and pressure through the group head are the only consistencies that can be monitored and kept in adjustment. The grind will need adjusting several times throughout any given day which throws all the dosing theories out the window…"
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Darrel Hannum left a comment for Cj
"I think I have it figured out how to get the roaster. I need to know if there are times you are or aren’t available to have it picked up. I have to fly my guy down there and the flights are limited out of Montana so I have to work out a…"
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Vicky Ahuja replied to Jeremy's discussion Home espresso machine - beginner
"I would suggest to spend on a grinder like Baratza Encore along with the Espresso machine Gaggia Classic. Use them for a year and then sell them to another newbie. You are just starting out so spending a fortune in something you don't know…"
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How to Make Your Kitchen Your Favorite Coffee Shop, Cafe, and Diner

Cafés and diners have an uncanny ability to make you want to sit down and stay a while. The smell of the coffee brewing and the delicious food served at these establishments definitely help to create a welcoming environment. If you want to capture that same feeling for your own kitchen, there are a few additions you can purchase for your kitchen to make it feel like your favorite diner or coffee…See More
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