View Poll Results: How often do you have "one cup too much"?

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  • Never, I have beast-mode tolerance to caffeine

    6 22.22%
  • Very rarely, I control dosage well

    16 59.26%
  • Reguarly, but I love it

    3 11.11%
  • Reguarly, I dont know why I do it

    2 7.41%
  • Every single sip sends me into space

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    Re: That "one cup too many" feeling?

    Normal Saturday starts with about a pint of coffee through the filter, followed with a double espresso / flat white or two once my espresso machine is warmed up. If we are going in to Tonbridge (most Saturdays) I will have another flat white and possibly a filter of some description in my favourite coffee place https://www.facebook.com/65mmCoffee/

    Weekdays is probably 4 or five instant / filter coffees a day. Only decaf after 5.



    My limit is around 10 double expressos, can hit that sorting the grinder out with new beans.

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    Re: That "one cup too many" feeling?

    Crumbs that looks a lot like my coffee machine, right down to the modified steam wand.

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    Re: That "one cup too many" feeling?

    Quote Originally Posted by Flibb View Post
    Normal Saturday starts with about a pint of coffee through the filter, followed with a double espresso / flat white or two once my espresso machine is warmed up. If we are going in to Tonbridge (most Saturdays) I will have another flat white and possibly a filter of some description in my favourite coffee place https://www.facebook.com/65mmCoffee/

    Weekdays is probably 4 or five instant / filter coffees a day. Only decaf after 5.



    My limit is around 10 double expressos, can hit that sorting the grinder out with new beans.
    Jealous....
    When I move into my new place, my coffee machine is going in the attic and I have to use my aeropress only

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    Re: That "one cup too many" feeling?

    Quote Originally Posted by Biscuit View Post
    Jealous....
    When I move into my new place, my coffee machine is going in the attic and I have to use my aeropress only
    Might fit a PID temperature controller to the Gaggia Classic. I picked it up cheap, replaced the seals, descaled it and fitted a new solenoid valve. Did a few other mods to it as well, with a PID fitted is about as good as you can get for sensible money. The grinder with the plastic bottle attached to the front is a modified Rossi RR45 commercial grinder.

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    Re: That "one cup too many" feeling?

    Quote Originally Posted by Flibb View Post
    Might fit a PID temperature controller to the Gaggia Classic. I picked it up cheap, replaced the seals, descaled it and fitted a new solenoid valve. Did a few other mods to it as well, with a PID fitted is about as good as you can get for sensible money. The grinder with the plastic bottle attached to the front is a modified Rossi RR45 commercial grinder.
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