Posted Sun Jul 30, 2006, 2:18am Subject: Re: How do you pronounce Gaggia and DeLonghi?
Hmm, I am not sure either, but you could pay a visit to the Instructional Videos on Whole Latte Love - click here. If you play one of the videos the speaker will pronounce the name of the machine chosen. I don’t know if there is a guarantee for the accuracy of the speaker’s pronunciation, but anyway…
blackberrybunny Senior Member Joined: 29 Jul 2006 Posts: 22 Location: Lake City Expertise: I love coffee
Posted Sun Jul 30, 2006, 6:19am Subject: Re: How do you pronounce Gaggia and DeLonghi?
Wow, thanks for the great replies!
*I wanted to go to a store and ask, but I live in a rural area, and I am legally blind, and cannot drive, and besides, where I live, there are no stores to shop at that carry espresso machines. My driver would have to drive me to the next biggest town, 45 minutes away, and that's just not an option right now.
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