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  1. Sold
    Pretty much as the title says. Excellent condition, hardback edition. £15 + £2.90 P&P
  2. Sold
    Hard back copy in very good condition. £15 inc. p&p (Royal Mail signed service).
  3. Barista Skills for the home enthusiast
    Scott Rao explains why refractometers are helpful. Thanks to @the_partisan for drawing attention to part of this video in the Aeorpress thread. [video=youtube;tiqjf8-yuR4]
  4. Home Roasters
    New book from Mr Rao , first on roasting I believe . Might be of interest to some of you http://www.scottrao.com/Coffee-Roasters-Companion.pdf http://www.scottrao.com
  5. New Members Section
    Does anyone have any books they can recommend for a newbie into the world of coffee? Looking on Amazon, most that give a general overview from bean to cup have few or no reviews - though a few do look promising.
  6. Coffee Lounge
    Has anyone read the new Scott Rao Espresso Extraction: Measurement and Mastery eBook yet? It is available for download from Amazon
  7. Misc
    Just had to write a little note to the forum to praise the excellent customer service at Has Bean and in particular Chris who has been brilliant in sorting my issue. Essentially my IMM La Toma never turned up, which it seems was a Royal Fail issue and has been lost/stolen along the way. I...
  8. Coffee Lounge
    What are some good books covering all aspects of coffee making especially espresso..
  9. Barista Skills for the home enthusiast
    I'm still getting used to my Gaggia Classic, but I wanted to hear some people's thoughts on dosing and distributing. The barista technique books I have read have advocated overdosing the basket, then using either a finger-sweep (NSEW) to distribute and remove excess or stockfleth move (using a...
  10. Barista Skills for the home enthusiast
    Most new baristas and home enthusiasts want to pour a rosetta as quickly as possible. Please note: This does not improve the quality of the drink There is a fantatsic video by Scott Rao, author of the Professional Barista's Handbook, with a great tip - to use soapy water instead of milk when...
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