26 Feb '16, 9pm

EspressoForge - Manual Espresso Press Project

yakster wrote: Shot look pretty good, good use of a tripod stand for this, I saw someone using one of these with a Mypressi Twist a while ago. I see a pretty good espresso machine in the background, this manual press looks like it might travel well. I think the tripod worked out pretty well...a sturdy mug works too, but I feel like the tripod is a bit safer. Maybe I'm wrong. Surprisingly, I found that while the press takes some manual effort, because it's direct, it seems a bit easier to get a good shot than my Strega at times, especially from my PeDe box hand-grinder. Mostly because you can adjust pre-infusion pressure and on the fly for a poor grind or distribution...might not get as high of a pressure shot, but it's usually still good. lbdina wrote: PVC pipe is a decent insulator, at least over the short term. I ran some hot water thru my faucet today until it came out ...

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