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Old 04-25-2012, 09:48 PM   #15
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Old 04-26-2012, 12:12 AM   #16
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Being from Seattle we know our coffee. (If nothing else). When we camp we just usually just take a press and bring some Pike Place or Blond roast beans. Sometimes I even perolate in the old stove top pot I got at the Goodwill. Not bad. Cutters Point makes a nice blend as well, can't remember the name tho.
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My thanks to all. As the machine is an extra one I will take it on our next trip and see how it works.

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I searched around on here for coffee, coffee makers, etc. as I am now looking for an expresso machine for my 25'. I have a large machine in the house and there is no way it would go in an Airstream unless it was a cafe! Has anyone considered the Gaggia classic? What about pod coffee makers? Do they do a good job where a frother machine like an aerochino could suffice? I will look at the nespressos.
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I searched around on here for coffee, coffee makers, etc. as I am now looking for an expresso machine for my 25'. I have a large machine in the house and there is no way it would go in an Airstream unless it was a cafe! Has anyone considered the Gaggia classic? What about pod coffee makers? Do they do a good job where a frother machine like an aerochino could suffice? I will look at the nespressos.
We have used the nespresso machine with both the aero chino and Capresso frothers. Both frothers are excellent. The nespresso is narrow, doesn't take up too much space, and the coffee can be mailed to you in two days! We have used it in our 25 ft. International for several years. Makes excellent espresso!
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Thanks, Phmhhoward. I got the Nespresso aero chino and went with a Saeco Via Venezia espresso machine. That way I can froth easily while using the smaller espresso machine to make coffee. Kind of hypocritical considering space but I am used to larger super-automatic machines. The smaller semi-automatic takes up less space, allows me to use regular coffee beans but also requires me to have a grinder. The frother then takes up even more space but saves time in the process of coffee making AND I can use it at the house too.
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Thanks, Phmhhoward. I got the Nespresso aero chino and went with a Saeco Via Venezia espresso machine. That way I can froth easily while using the smaller espresso machine to make coffee. Kind of hypocritical considering space but I am used to larger super-automatic machines. The smaller semi-automatic takes up less space, allows me to use regular coffee beans but also requires me to have a grinder. The frother then takes up even more space but saves time in the process of coffee making AND I can use it at the house too.
The Saeco is a pump-driven machine and you can't steam milk at the same time that it's making coffee? I feel better about my old steam-pressure-only Krups!
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