Coffee Beans

Caffe Latte

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try these links to best answer your question

http://www.coffeeforums.com/viewtopic.p ... 8affc89d48

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Alun_evans
Posted: Mon Jun 28, 2004 8:16 am

Indeed you are right Ben. Basically any whole bean can be ground accordingly to be used in anything from a plunger/french press to a home or commercial espresso machine. The grind is all important...pretty tough to use preground espresso machines in the old plunger....it will end up damaging the plunger screen/mesh.

hope that helps!

best explanation I can think of :)
 

kaldisbest

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Jul 28, 2004
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Madison, Wisconsin
Espresso Recommendation

Hi Ben,

We have an excellent espresso blend - Fellowship of the Bean - you can order in 1lb. sizes (whole bean or ground) from our website, and we'll ship directly to your doorstep! It recently won a score of 91 points from www.coffeereview.com

Here's our web url: www.kaldisbest.com

Feel free to contact me with any questions - Cheers!
 
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