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Under 25 posts Topic: Cheapest grinder for espresso?     (Pages: 1, 2, 3)
Forum: Espresso Discussions: Grinders - Espresso   Subject: Re: Cheapest grinder for espresso?   Posted: Wed Apr 22, 2015, 12:35pm

Preview: My take and mostly a summary of what everyone already said but one or two points:  The Pharos is the best grinder for a distance in price. However, both grinding and in particular extraction of the beans...
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Under 25 posts Topic: Too much crema?     (Pages: 1, 2)
Forum: Espresso Discussions: Questions and Answers   Subject: Re: Too much crema?   Posted: Wed Apr 22, 2015, 12:34pm

Preview: Sounds like you need to grind finer, and if your still using beans that far out their already getting into stale territory for espresso so that'll cause more issues like faster flow etc. So you may want...
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24-49 posts Topic: Behmor - can someone please explain a few of the manual's instructions?     (Pages: 1, 2, 3, 4)
Forum: Coffee Discussions: Home Roasting Talk   Subject: Re: Behmor - can someone please explain a few of the manual's instructions?   Posted: Wed Apr 22, 2015, 12:26pm

Preview: It's this Behmor confusion that makes me wish I had gone with a simpler machine.  Just give me time and heat control like the Genie (which I almost bought).   You can over design something and screw up...
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Under 25 posts Topic: Too much crema?     (Pages: 1, 2)
Forum: Espresso Discussions: Questions and Answers   Subject: Re: Too much crema?   Posted: Wed Apr 22, 2015, 12:19pm

Preview: Sorry, forgot the grinder; Hario Skerton modified to be stepless.
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Under 25 posts Topic: Too much crema?     (Pages: 1, 2)
Forum: Espresso Discussions: Questions and Answers   Subject: Re: Too much crema?   Posted: Wed Apr 22, 2015, 12:17pm

Preview: Standard, non-pressurized basket, pressure adjusted to 10 bar static, about 25 seconds.
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