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Starbuckss
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Posted Sat Dec 1, 2012, 9:22am
Subject: Jura Ena 7
 

Hi Seniors, new to this web site (glad I found this) and like to seek feedback/advice on the Jura Ena 7 I just bought last week.
I only drink Espresso and Americano/Long Black (without sugar) daily for this Ena 7 purpose.
I got to know about this brand (Jura) from my company (which is current using but diiferent model).
The reasons why I have selected Ena 7 (with Grinder) is due to the sales guy feedback/recommendation.
I hope to get more professional feedback from professional people like you.

Main Objective for a Coffee Machine:
  1. Good, Excellent quality Espresso
  2. Good Excellent Grinder

Note:
I am from Singapore and I find it hard to find fresh roasted coffee beans (less than a week lead time).
Anyone here from Singapore to advice where to get fresh roasted quality coffee beans?
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Joined: 24 Nov 2012
Posts: 475
Location: Canada
Expertise: Professional

Espresso: Giga 5, ECM Giotto, Rocket...
Grinder: Anfim Milano-Best
Vac Pot: No  :(
Drip: Some $30 thing from Walmart
Roaster: I buy pre-roasted.
Posted Sun Dec 2, 2012, 7:52am
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Let us know what you think about it, as you use it.  It certainly seems to be a good choice for a guy that wants an automatic primarily for espressos and long blacks, as it seems to be the only machine in the Ena line that does have the selectable single or double pour dispensor but does not have the automatic frother or the one-step-cappuccino works.
I'm curious about how many espressos and longs you brew in a day and whether the reservoir and/or the beans hoppers seem large enough.  Do you have to fill the reservoir more than once a day when using it in your normal routine?

I think I want one of these installed in my car, right in the dashboard.  I can keep the green beans in the glove compartment, roast them in the heater-ducts over the footwell and brew them in this machine glued into the dash, it will fit if I take the airbags out, and with fresh espresso I won't need to be crashing the car.
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Posted Sun Dec 2, 2012, 9:42am
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I find the ena 7 simple and easy to use.
One issue I find is the crema for the espresso is diluted.
One issue may lies with the beans I used (boncafe) bought from supermarket.
Like to know if is really due to my beans or the machine?
As for the water container, I top up once a day. Normally will make 2-3 cups of coffee.
I am ok for that.
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