Re: Throw away the espresso "rules"...
- From: Danny <danny@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 16 Apr 2007 10:10:56 +0100
D. Ross wrote:
They can still taste it, even if they don't like it. You yourself have
pointed out that with bad technique you can pull bad shots that still look
good...that's the point of your original post, no? - so if your training
techniques are purely visual then you are stuck.
You are right, and I've acknowledged in the past that even if one doesn't like something one can still taste good and bad. But that's for further down the line - at present she still has to learn the mechanics...
| I happen to know my equipment, and that if the variables are right and | the puck is good when ejected then the chances are that the shot will | be fine. Watching the pour and examining the used puck are, to me, | good indicators, when one can't taste the shot.
Except when they are not!
- David R.
Less information than you ever thought possible:
http://www.gaggia-espresso.com (a purely hobby site)
(apparently bad grammar but I like it that way...)
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