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Another vote for aeropress. Then we pack a trip's worth of our favourite Taylor's Hot Lava Java (strength 6, on a scale of 1-5) for our one cup of coffee per day.

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Philips Senseo for us, works on 6 amp hook up, pods are not cheap but there's a pod available from eBay etc that you can fill with any ground coffee.
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being a mean old git, we were given a Tassimo so we use that. we splash out on the pods, especially when there is a special offer.
if no electric then it is out with the cafetiere, at least one can choose with that as to blend and strength.

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Hi, not sure where this "milk" Ughh thing came from but "Pure Coffee Lovers" would never contaminate good Coffee with M***, I don't even like using the word

We have a Nespresso in the MH and "Love it Darling" instant,clean,superb coffee.

I do buy the pods that Costco sell which are extremely good and inexpensive but do try others that we find on our travels and have never had a bad one really as opposed to using Beans that can state say "Aribica" but are quite disgusting when in fact they should be all good.
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We have one with the milk frother attached and take it with all the time. We are usually on hook up but could not go without it. Love it.

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Hi there!

I saw a lot of good advice here. I would like to ask for your advice I want to buy a new espresso. I can't decide between Rancilio Silvia and Gaggia Classic. I read a comparison article which seems good, but I would also like to hear your opinion. Thank you
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Hi Able 2,

IMHO the Miele CM6350 is the one to beat.

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