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    some translations

    hej !
    I´m going right now through my start up budget for my coffeebar....
    Unfortunately is my english not so good as i thought and now i´m sitting with the english instructionbook and don´t know what some things really are...
    Can someone help me and write a short description about what this thing do or another word for some equipment stuff...
    okay here comes the list...

    what the h....is a

    cap machine +2 grinders (i´ve already a batch and 2 bag grinders) ?

    1 and 2 door cooler ( i´ve got a barfridge and a big one for the veggies)

    wicker baskets ????

    napkin..

    yea i know it sounds stupid but i´m german and we never was good in english

    Thanks for helping

    manele
    There was a little one-eyed gunner who killed all the beans that died last summer.....

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    Re: some translations

    Quote Originally Posted by manele
    hej !
    what the h....is a
    I'll try....

    cap machine +2 grinders (i´ve already a batch and 2 bag grinders) ?
    Most likely means a commercial espresso machine (e.g. La Marzocco, Faema, La Cimbali etc.) and two espresso grinders - one to be used for decafe espresso blend and one for regular beans.

    1 and 2 door cooler ( i´ve got a barfridge and a big one for the veggies)
    A coolor is a refirgerator - no difference.

    [quotewicker baskets ????[/quote]
    Typically a small to medium sized basket woven of reeds or similar material. It would a decorative way of presenting the coffee condiments to the customer (e.g. sugar packets etc.). We use small decorative metal tubs instead.

    napkin..
    Simple. Small paper napkins used to help hold a hot coffee cup, wipe up small spills on the dge of a cup etc. We use the small square shaped paper napkins that are used in bars to serve underneath the cocktail glass. Here in the US that style is called a "bevnap" (for beverage bapkin).
    Owen O'Neill
    Syracuse NY

 

 

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