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sceadugenga    1,839

We're blessed.

I dropped my coffee jug from the perc yesterday, it went off like a bomb and took the ladies half the day to clean up all the bits

No coffee loss, I was washing it. thumbsup.gif

It was ready for replacement anyway so I'm really looking forward to the search for a new machine!!!

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villagefarang    11,832

We're blessed.

I dropped my coffee jug from the perc yesterday, it went off like a bomb and took the ladies half the day to clean up all the bits

No coffee loss, I was washing it. thumbsup.gif

It was ready for replacement anyway so I'm really looking forward to the search for a new machine!!!

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That's the spirit, find the silver lining and enjoy the new machine.clap2.gif

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Randell    83

Looking forward to your report on the new machine. And I total agree with VF that's the way to look at it. Half full

Life is to short for anything less.

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sceadugenga    1,839

I bought a DeLonghi dripper in Robinsons, nothing special, I like my coffee black so I didn't need anything with additional bells and whistles.

My companion admired some marvelous looking contraptions at 75,000B a piece but they would be wasted on me.

With a full social calendar for the next couple of days, all involving coffee, I probably wont get to try it until mid-week... any more than two cups involves sleepless nights.

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villagefarang    11,832

I bought a DeLonghi dripper in Robinsons, nothing special, I like my coffee black so I didn't need anything with additional bells and whistles.

My companion admired some marvelous looking contraptions at 75,000B a piece but they would be wasted on me.

With a full social calendar for the next couple of days, all involving coffee, I probably wont get to try it until mid-week... any more than two cups involves sleepless nights.

Good choice and best wishes for many sleepless nights to come.biggrin.png

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augustwest    325

Love my coffee I'll look into a few here. Cafe Tierra is what I've been using, but only at Makro on 108

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sceadugenga    1,839

I quite like the beans in the Royal Project store in Central, very reasonably priced as well.

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sceadugenga    1,839

Came across a new place this weekend just before Mai Suai on 118, large sign up saying King Coffee or something like that.

Coffee was first rate, it's also a processor for Doiluang beans.

I bought a bag and opened them this morning and was not disappointed.

 

 

 

 

 

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toybits    1,901

Cafe Alberto across from Sperm Pub has Excelsa/Liberica Coffee.

 

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I buy my coffee beans freshly toasted from Redcliff coffee plantation in Chiang Mai. Delivered by EMS two or 3 days after toasting. Their arabica beans are 500 baht per kg and are of superb quality. I buy from them for more than a year now and am very happy with it.

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