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    An ice-cold can of San Pellegrino orange

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    One of your 'five-a-day'?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    One of your 'five-a-day'?

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    Yes. I may need to restock soon!
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    A nuclear explosion today

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    Looks great!

    Love a nice creamy froth on coffee, especially an espresso. It's not a true espresso without a proper thick 'crema' on top

    Some of the thin, black watery things you see sometimes being passed off as 'espressos' are a joke!

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    It isn't an espresso. It has milk in it.
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    well the crema is part of the espresso...double espresso let to rum out actually; the microfoam milk makes it a latte. the vanilla makes it a vanilla latte
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    Quote Originally Posted by User211 View Post
    It isn't an espresso. It has milk in it.
    I know, daftee. I was just making a general comment

    Can't stand it when you're given an espresso, and there's no crema. For me, the thicker and more 'caramel-like' the crema looks , the better the espresso.

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    My experience is the better the coffee, coffee machine and grinder, the better the crema.

    Getting decent frothy milk is another matter.

    Anyway, I figured you probably did. Now I know for sure
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