Nothing much to say really, I just like these photos, and coffee makes me happy. Enjoy the virtual caffeine hit.
Thanks Matt – Virtual lattes are all I’m up for this week. Delicious.
Hey Grendel: Hope the recuperation is coming along ok, and that you’re not off the coffee for too long. Who knows what terrible things could happen to you with an extreme lack of caffeine running through your system.
Trevor: If only I got paid per word for all these photos :)
A picture is worth a thousand words, I’m just waiting for my machine to warm up!!
Hmm those photos are inspiring enough to get me to put my little stove top maker on. Delish.
Oh, baby!! That is a great looking latte. Your machine is far superior to mine. I wish I were waking up to that! Yum!!!
Those are some sexy photos, especially love the first one!
Cheers guys :) and thanks Ian for not dissing my latte art :)
Awesome. What machine do you have?
Hi Fox, I have an Isomac La Mondiale, and a Mazzer Mini grinder.
That first photo is fantastic. It’s incredibly evocative of all the sounds and smells that go along with that first cup of coffee….or the fifth. Who’s counting anyway?
Those pics make me want to reach through the screen and grab that coffee.
Have you taken any pics of thae Cona in action? Nice process to watch.
Hey Kam, No I haven’t taken any shots of the Cona in action yet. I’ve been using it a bit though. Tend to agree with you that it can get a bit hot, but I did some dodgy measuring the other day and it was brewing at around the low 90′s… so it should in theory be ok. Think some lighter roasted single origins are definitely needed to get the most out of it… But i’ll post some shots up soon.
Fabulous pic’s – love the swirly leaf, very swish :)
oooh yum. nice jobs with the foam art.
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