Artem Sou
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How do I make an espresso shot in a moka pot?
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You can create more pressure if you will use finer grind (but be careful). I even tamp a bit (but be careful again). You can also buy Bialetti Brikka, which has a pressure valve - it helps to build ...

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What's the volume of Brikka 2 cup water chamber?
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MT San' answer is not correct. He gives a link for Moka Express measurement. Brikka is different. 2 cup version should be filled with 60-70 ml of water in the bottom chamber. Check the upper chamber, ...

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How can I improve this latte?
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"I still can't get a fine enough foam to produce latte art." If you are not satisfied with your milk foam because of the small bubbles on the surface, then try to "bump" the pitcher (knock the table ...

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Pannarello wand on Delonghi Dedica EC685 for latte art
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Sometimes this part (inner rubber wand, Delonghi uses it not only in the EC680, but in many other models as well) has too tiny hole (output). That's why it deattaches. TheThe possible solution is to ...

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Lower-end Manual Espresso
1 votes

If your budget is $500 and below then you can afford a real semi-professional espresso machine, including Gaggia or Lelit, for example.

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Is it possible to make a frothy coffee without an espresso machine?
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As Mayo mentioned above, it is not clear if you meant frothy espresso (with crema) or cappuccino/latte? In the first case. The chepeast and most effective way to make smth like espresso with rich ...

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Delonghi Dedica rubber wand is propelled into milk pitcher
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The same question with answers is here: Pannarello wand on Delonghi Dedica EC685 for latte art The possible solution is to enlarge a bit output hole on the rubber wand.

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Bean-to-cup coffee machines without milk steamer
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"There are hundreds of espresso machines that do not have a (milk) steaming wand" - that's not true at all. If we are talking about bean-to-cup espress machines there are really few. I remember only ...

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Espresso drips out slowly
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99% The problem is in the filter basket itself, not the pump or the inner tubes (however, making a descaling is always a good idea). For another 1% - check Nate M's answer to ensure that it's not ...

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