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Olympia Cremina Part 2: Pulling a Shot

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Uploaded on Jul 22, 2007

Mark goes through the ritual that is hand crafted, direct lever pulled espresso shots. In this video, you'll see a machine just heated up, false pressure bled off, and flushed before pulling the shot.

Ideally, from grind to locked into the machine should be 45 seconds or so, to preserve Co2. So don't talk while doing this part. ;)

Grinder: Anfim "Best" Home grinder, about $375.

Tamper: CoffeeLabs 49mm brushed aluminum and steel model.

Filter Basket: Elektra 49mm "a leva" basket.

Tamping Stand: Bumper Tamper Stand, $40.

No emails please lol!

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