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    Cappuccino

    Cappuccino, I've been making a clone of a McDonalds mocha (don't hate me.), but have been reading about, Cappuccino's as Italians make them. So now I'm doing that, a double shot (two tablespoons of grind), to 4 -5 ounce of milk, then steamed to filled up a 7 ounce cup. I like. Made my first flower using rings of chocolate syrup, cool.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mawil1013 View Post
    Cappuccino, I've been making a clone of a McDonalds mocha (don't hate me.), but have been reading about, Cappuccino's as Italians make them. So now I'm doing that, a double shot (two tablespoons of grind), to 4 -5 ounce of milk, then steamed to filled up a 7 ounce cup. I like. Made my first flower using rings of chocolate syrup, cool.
    No one is going to hate you because you like to make a clone of a McDonalds Mocha. As long as you enjoy your drinks and having fun making your own, that is an awesome thing.
    if you have your favorite recipes, please post them here with some photos.
    I would love to check it out and do it for myself.
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    I love cappuccino.

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    I'm loving cappuccino also especially the one from Starbucks Ready to Drink in cup. I've been trying to search for a good replacement coz having it daily is expensive! haha. Thanks for sharing this clone recipe.

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    I have spent a lot of time to learn how to make a really nice cappuccino.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alakey View Post
    I have spent a lot of time to learn how to make a really nice cappuccino.
    How much grind and how much espresso to how much milk?

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    First try - Cappuccino-11262812_1564648087134251_1705224750_n.jpg

    After a couple of days - Cappuccino-beznn_ndg_s.jpg

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    7.5g\30ml espresso and milk - haven`t measured, but about 100 ml

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    Awesome, is your grind baskets back pressured or controlled by grind size plus tamping? I've seen where some r meting water into basket, then pause to allow grind to swell, then continue? Have done any of these?

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    I'm sorry, I'm fluent in English (I had to learn when I worked as a bartender on cruise ships a couple of times), but I`m still Ukrainian and, frankly, did not quite understand what you are asking)

 

 
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