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Bookmarking My Favorite Espresso Shot Glass and Roaster

Preserving a link to my absolutely favorite espresso brewing shot glasses so I'd have it when I need it! Add my current roaster which also rocks!

Last Update: 2012-07-04 11:26:44

In the spirit of web logging things for future reference, here is the current version of the espresso brewing glasses I use. Abbsolutlely love them. You can see the brew stack up -- very helpful for understanding how a particular coffee - roast combination turned out and differentiating between roasts. (They are breakable so handle with a little bit of care. Our housekeeper broke one the other day, thus I'm preparing for the day I need to restock...)

Added my current roaster, my second one. It's great, the best features are the quiet operation -- you can hear the coffee cracking -- and the glass chamber -- you can watch the color and appearance of oil -- so you can get the roast just right. Be sure to factor a bit of coasting into your cut off decision. Remember earlier is better than later unless you like French roast.

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