Author Topic: coffee, french press and espresso  (Read 2086 times)

Svend

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Re: coffee, french press and espresso
« on: May 06, 2008, 04:54:48 pm »
Sorry Jim -- should have noted that it was Jim Picinich of 1st-Line, not you.

You should invite yourself over to Ron's place, and get him to make you a shot on his new baby.  Once you get a taste of how good espresso can be, you'll be completely obsessed.  >:D It's very addictive....you have been warned! A REALLY good shot can taste chocolaty, winey, or fruity, depending on the blend and the machine.  You will not need sugar, as it will be sweet on it's own - never bitter or sour.  And the aftertaste will linger for half an hour....seriously! Kind of like tasting your first $50 bottle of Bordeaux Grand Cru.  Liquid heaven!

Ron, what part of Jersey do you live in? I go down to Thorofare every few years to do some work for a client who has a plant there.  I usually stay in Philly, cause I like that town a lot.  Boy, have they ever cleaned up the downtown there.  Nice one!

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