Got one, works about the same as my normal aeropress, neat little package but maybe a little less versatile due to the smaller volume. Will he use/like the reusable cup it comes in? If yes go for the go, if no I’d just stick with a normal aeropress.
Yeah true. Although not great environmentally, they’re so cheap you can buy enough that the gradual crispness doesn’t matter. Uniqlo are crap, lose structure very quickly - was not impressed.
I’m a fan of Gildan - cheap as chips, not cut like a sack and plenty of colours. I use them for smart-ish when they’re new then work/exercise as they get a bit of wear. Best I’ve found so far.
Also does anyone have any recommendations for upgraded (VST or the like) baskets to fit a 54mm sage barista PF?
Sounds very sensible and would happily pay that - in all fairness my pricing is probably 2-3 years out as I’ve just been making them at home since then
Out of the capital I pay about the same as a hot milk-based drink - 2.50-3 quid?
Apparently back wheel was borrowed
This - loving Liam Glen smashing it on a rigid steel SS closely followed by are @skinny
@StevePeel thank you so much for this, that’s incredibly kind. However as long as the occasional shot doesn’t kybosh my machine I’m very happy to stick with it - no need to waste the coffee I already have. For future reference is there a different grind / special instruction I should ask for when ordering in future? Cheers
@StevePeel and others - have YB espresso blend dialled in on my machine (sage with inbuilt grinder) but better half occasionally likes decaf so got some YB decaf ground for espresso. My issue is that the YB espresso grind is way finer than my machine currently grinds and even with a small dose the dial shows the pressure is way over where it should be and is over-extracting. She doesn’t mind that the coffee is over extracted but I just wanted to double check that this isn’t going to bugger my machine?
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