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Way OT: Expresso/coffee makers

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  • Way OT: Expresso/coffee makers

    I'm thirst for coffee - strong coffee, grows by the day. I've been thinking of getting an expresso maker for my place so I can enjoy home made drinks whenever I please.

    Anyone have one? I'm not looking for TGP elite type of machine, maybe something $150ish  - I've seen some used on craigslist for $100, but I don't know whats good. Any suggestions?

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  • #2

    mukka pot, moka pot, google them.

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    • T ned
      T ned commented
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      yes to the above. Stovetop espresso machines rule, and you can spend the money you save on more coffee (that you grind at home).

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    Those are pretty spendy, get ready for a hell of a ride

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    • cryptosonic
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      I've really been enjoying the aeropress my buddy got me for xmas.


  • #4

    Get a French press for like 25 bucks and be a man...make it as stout as you like.  So simple, so good.

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    • Faldoe
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      I have a french press already.

  • #5
    Say no to Keurig! Moka pot ftw.
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    • TomVanDeven
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      reverberlayed wrote:
      Say no to Keurig! Moka pot ftw.

      :manlol:


  • #6
    ^^ Lack of mobile editing so I'll leave another post. Metal French press and Moka pot is all you need.
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    • #7
      **************** I hate this.

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      • #8
        Hand Grinder, Moka Pot, Milk Frothing Pitcher

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        • #9
          guitardustin wrote:
          I have a french press, moka pot, and tea pot. If you can't make a delicious caffeinated beverage with those options, you are not allowed in my kitchen.
          Tron Murphy wrote:

          Get a French press for like 25 bucks and be a man...make it as stout as you like.  So simple, so good.

          Yep. One major advantage to the classic and simple design of the Cafetiere?

          Mostly glass and stainless steal touching the coffee, very little to no plastic. And easy to keep all surfaces clean where the water and coffee makes contact. Too many plastic surfaces in machines. Me no likey.

           

           

           

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          • #10
            There's also no "A" in steel.
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          • #11
            Kudos for an appropriate retort lol
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