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Dave, would you consider sharing with us which machine you chose? There certainly are many to pick from.
I wouldn't recommend exactly what I have, but if I were to buy again I'd probably go with Londinium or a similar machine that uses the Bosco spring-lever group. Spring levers have a desirable declining pressure profile built-in and don't require backflushing, so less cleaning required. They also look cool.
Ok ... I am ready to start making a real cup of coffee!!!I am using a Keurig right now .
I only drink one cup a day.
I use 2% milk instead of half and half creamer which is fattening. But half and half is sooooo yummy!!! I also have been using Equal for sweetener. Should I move to sugar for more natural flavor?Any thoughts / adviice is welcome !!
The Londinium R sure is a good looking machine and I like the idea of a manual lever for at least part of the operation. Apparently the results are stellar. I think I may have to start saving up for one. Thanks for the tip!
Success!! Rich , robust , smooth , very smooth , lots of flavor !!! I did over sugar it a bit . The grinder was fast and easy . Did 23 grams of bean to 16 ounces of coffee.Yum!!!!
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