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    Beans w/ Low Oil Content

    I just bought the Saeco Italia and took the risk even though it has a bad reputation. I was told to use a bean with a low oil content to prolong the life of the machine. Can anyone suggest a good bean with low oil content?


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    Most Italian type of Espresso blends are not roasted too dark, and are thus less oily. Any coffee just roasted lighter would qualify.
    Enjoy Your Coffee!
    Pete

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    Pete - Thanks for the information!!! :P

 

 

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