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Apr 09, 2015 00:20 |  #4456

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Woah , you are serious about your coffee ;-)a Someone gave me 2 kinds of Vietnamese coffee but I only used them for making ice cream :lol:




  
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Apr 09, 2015 00:24 as a reply to  @ anliz's post |  #4457

Hah. I love coffee and brewing. I want to eventually try out roasting my own.


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Apr 11, 2015 17:34 |  #4458

More details - breakdown of how this coffee tower works:

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Apr 11, 2015 17:44 |  #4459

I think I prefer just to press a button.... :)


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Apr 13, 2015 07:36 |  #4460

A couple of recent ones from my latest recipe on my foodie blog... Landscapes are much easier than this food nonsense ;)

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Apr 13, 2015 12:21 |  #4461

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I think I prefer just to press a button.... :)

What kind of drip machine is that?


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Apr 13, 2015 16:08 |  #4462

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What kind of drip machine is that?

It is a fully automated coffee maker. On top you put in beans and at the back is a water container. Once you press a button on top, an adjustable amount of beans get ground, and the boiling hot water is pressurised led through the grinds and comes out the front spout as coffee. Made in Switzerland by Jura but there are other manufacturers and models that basically do the same thing.


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Apr 13, 2015 17:00 |  #4463

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It is a fully automated coffee maker. On top you put in beans and at the back is a water container. Once you press a button on top, an adjustable amount of beans get ground, and the boiling hot water is pressurised led through the grinds and comes out the front spout as coffee. Made in Switzerland by Jura but there are other manufacturers and models that basically do the same thing.

Had to look it up. Looks like an awesome "all in one" type machine. If you can give more insight, how does it compare to a quality coffee shop?


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Apr 13, 2015 18:15 |  #4464

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Had to look it up. Looks like an awesome "all in one" type machine. If you can give more insight, how does it compare to a quality coffee shop?

As I can choose my own brand of coffee and control the strength I prefer my own over a good coffee shop. But in general it would be just as good as the process is more or less the same: hot water pressed through freshly ground coffee.


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Apr 13, 2015 18:50 |  #4465

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As I can choose my own brand of coffee and control the strength I prefer my own over a good coffee shop. But in general it would be just as good as the process is more or less the same: hot water pressed through freshly ground coffee.

True, what about the foam for the cappuccino? Genuinely curious. The website and specs make it seem like a top quality product for the price point.


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Apr 13, 2015 18:52 |  #4466

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True, what about the foam for the cappuccino?

On the photo you see the little spout on the right hand side (next to the central column where the coffee flows from). You can switch to "steam" and heat/froth milk from that spout for cappuccinos. The machine comes with a milk container and tube that can be attached to the small spout. We never use that - too much work and too much cleaning after...) but you can if you want to.


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Apr 17, 2015 22:19 |  #4467

CJCMarquez wrote in post #17513433 (external link)
More details - breakdown of how this coffee tower works:

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Cj , how long does it takes to have a cup of coffee using this beautiful but a bit fussy contraption ? :D

vk2gwk wrote in post #17513440 (external link)
I think I prefer just to press a button.... :)

vk , me , too , though I'm more of an instant coffee girl :P




  
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Apr 17, 2015 22:50 |  #4468

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A couple of recent ones from my latest recipe on my foodie blog... Landscapes are much easier than this food nonsense ;)

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At least you won't get hungry after shooting the food :-P Those photos certainly look tasty ! Where's the link to your food blog ?! ;-)a




  
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Apr 17, 2015 23:20 |  #4469

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At least you won't get hungry after shooting the food :-P Those photos certainly look tasty ! Where's the link to your food blog ?! ;-)a

I have a "Culinary" album on Flickr (external link) with photos of all the food I enjoyed (either at home or eating out).


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Apr 18, 2015 17:51 |  #4470

anliz wrote in post #17522003 (external link)
Cj , how long does it takes to have a cup of coffee using this beautiful but a bit fussy contraption ? :D

Really depends on some variables -- spans anywhere from 3-8 hours depending on the coarseness of the grind and the drop rate.


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