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These coffee makers blend taste, efficiency

April 19, 2006

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Unless you're willing to part with big money for a high-powered machine and grinder, not to mention lots of time figuring out how to make all sorts of adjustments, espresso is a process best left to a barista. The Italians know this, which is why most of them at home use stovetop makers that produce moka-style coffee, something close to ... (Full article: 532 words)

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