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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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    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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    I have this Simonelli at work - Cappuccino-nuova-simonelli-appia-2-group-lg.jpg
    But at home, I use ordinary espresso machine. They are much worse than Simonelli and the steam pressure is lower, but it possible to make latte or not-the-best cappuccino. Though espresso is brewing well.
    Last edited by Alakey; 11-06-2017 at 12:58 AM. Reason: Grammar

 

 
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