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  • Little Tea Pot

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    Many people used to have their own teapot collection back in the day and still continue to do it. Teapots have always known to be one amongst the most popular collections and one of the reasons is because there are different types and kinds of these. An individual considers every type...

  • Francis Coffee Machines

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    There are several coffee grinding machines in the world and Francis coffee machines are just but part of the grinding machines in the coffee sector. Francis coffee machines were first manufactured by Espresso back in 1994. The machine was mainly designed with the home users in mind. After the launch...

  • The Exploding Krups FND1 Espresso Maker

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    Q: About a year ago a friend (?) gave me a brand-new Krups espresso/cappuccino maker (Type FND1). One thing I noticed right away was that Krups had "integrated" the steam valve into the on/off switch, necessitating un-plugging the machine in order to release the pressure through the steam nozzle. (And yes, the instruction...

  • Miniature Tea Sets

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    Tea sets come in different designs and shapes. There is usually no limit to just how imaginative one can get with the designs. For regular use tea sets, the local store is a fine place to look. However, there are rarer tea sets which are often collected, and not so...

  • Posh Coffee Machines?

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    Q: Posh coffee machines? My boss is getting one of them huge coffee machines, like the ones at 'Starbucks'. Espressos, Americanos, Lattes, etc. How hard are they to use? I'm only used to a kettle and instant.A: They are easy enough to use, but a total pain to clean (and keep...

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