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Topic: Absolute best -- Thanks (3 msgs / 80 lines)
1) From: Howard Schwartz
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   Thanks to everyone for your thoughts on this. Not surprisingly, we found,
the idea that money was no object was a bit of an exaggeration.  Staying
within the bounds of the reasonable, my wife recommended a Technivorm and a
good grinder. We went with the Solis Maestro plus, which is what I've got
and which has served me well.
 
Howard

2) From: Sandy Andina
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That's the combo I use for drip--you won't be sorry!
On Jun 28, 2006, at 8:13 AM, Howard Schwartz wrote:
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Sandy
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That's the combo I use for =
drip--you won't be sorry!
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3) From: Don Cummings
I chose not to take part in the discussion since it seemed to stray
substantially from reasonable recommendations but I have to say that when I
read the OP this is the exact combo that sprung to mind for me.
A further recommendation I would make to your friends is to emphasize the
quality of the beans in the equation and point them towards quality roasted
beans from online vendors and steer them away from your standard store
bought beans.  (This is assuming, of course, that you do not plan to keep
them stocked with your own fresh roast.)
Don
On 6/28/06, Howard Schwartz  wrote:
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Don


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