Apollo coffee grinders coming soon

With its success, the Apollo coffee grinder (which I recently compared to the Kinu M47) was out of stock. On Instagram, I saw that BPlus will in the coming days release a new batch of Apollo mills. From the photos, it seems that the builder has chosen not to modify the Apollo coffee grinder. Indeed,…

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Review of Nespresso Reusable Pods

Before buying me a real espresso machine, I had a Nespresso machine. And quickly I became aware of the ecological problem of the pods, but also of their significant costs. I ended up interested in rechargeable pods for these two reasons: no longer use aluminum/plastic unnecessarily and reduce my coffee budget. Today I have the necessary…

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My morning ritual

I had fun trying to create a little clip to show my little morning ritual of when I make coffee. The video is amateur but I try to show the course of things. Do not hesitate to tell me what you think.   By the way, make this video made me want to try to…

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History: the spread of coffee in the world

Towards the end of the XVIe century, stories (more and more frequent) of travelers and botanists on this new plant reach Europe from the Middle East. European merchants are starting to take an interest in this commodity. Already trading with the Middle East, the Venetians succeed in the early 1600s to bring the first bags…

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Measure and understand the pressure on a Pavoni

Controlling and understanding the water pressure in your coffee machine is important in order to successfully extract it. This parameter is completely controlled on automatic machines while it is less on a manual machine such as the Pavoni. Some knowledge can help to better understand and better control the water pressure when using the Pavoni…

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The ecological aberration of capsules (pods) machines

Even before they were marketed, the coffee pods system was already an aberration. Capsules make coffee less good than Italian espresso machines, make coffee more expensive, give less freedom in the choice of coffee and above all, this process is far from ecological. I propose today to look at what their impacts are, the promises of…

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