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    I think this is a which came first the chicken or the egg, but if I had to choose it would be the grinder because I can always use bottled water!

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    The water is the key. Even a simple carbon water filter improves a better coffee. Brita, Claris... there are a lot of cheap and good filtrers. Eldub's solution is also a good idea. 1 bottle serves a lot of espressos.


    Salu2.
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    use bottle water to be on the safe side if you have rusty pipes

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    What's better? Old, dead threads, or new threads?

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    A grinder is considered more important. I use distilled water and dope it with a little spring water for taste and my auto fill sensor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peterjschmidt View Post
    What's better? Old, dead threads, or new threads?
    my vote would be for old, dead threads


    also, good quality water is the answer to the topic... That would be if I had to choose one over the other...fortunately I don't.

    LGD

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    Aquasana makes a good filter that is inexpensive cause it's always have a best result with a best price i also using this.


 

 
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