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kafegeek
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Espresso: delonghi
Posted Mon Sep 24, 2012, 11:14am
Subject: Re: Should I really get to know espresso better?
 

DarkMajestic Said:

Honestly .. I can't see how the idea that espresso must be consumed straight has become some kinda law or sign of an espresso guru.

Posted October 17, 2006 link

Well, I think you should visit Italy, to see why. They don't even sit with espresso (with some exceptions).
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Posted Mon Sep 24, 2012, 12:19pm
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kafegeek Said:

Well, I think you should visit Italy, to see why. They don't even sit with espresso (with some exceptions).

Posted September 24, 2012 link

Jirik,
Welcome to the board!
You made a good comment but as this thread was 6 years old before you made your comment, it is unlikely that the person who need the information will read your post.

It is easy to want to join in to a conversation when you find something that interests you but you also need to keep an eye on the dates of the posts you are replying to.  When using the search feature (thank you for using it!) you will often find long dead threads.

Again, Welcome!

 
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Wayne P.
Anything I post is personal opinion and is only worth as much as anyone else's personal opinion. YMMV!

Feed the newbs, starve the trolls and above all enjoy what you drink!
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