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1) From: Clifton Burkett
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I usually just pull in my Illy cup as it is big enough to catch both  
spouts or my bottomless portafilters, but when I want to measure or  
watch clear glass is neat.
Clif - SomeWhere in Florida
On: February 11, 2007 2:12:33 PM, Sandra Andina wrote:
Seems to me a preheated tulip-shaped espresso cup holds crema longer  
than a Bodum Pavina (which, however, is so cool to watch as the shot  
is pulled).
On Feb 11, 2007, at 12:21 PM, Clifton Burkett wrote:
Does a cold glass make crema fall apart faster? Seems that if I use a  
heavy shot glass to time my shots the crema lasts longer. If I use a  
small drinking glass to wide enough to catch it out of both spouts at  
once the multiple layers go away quicker. Does the temp of a regular  
have an effect of is it the wider surface area allow off gassing  
quicker? or a little column A and a little column B. I just ordered a  
double walled glass cup that can preheat and hold heat better to see  
if its the temp. Then I can pull the same amount in shot glasses and  
one larger glass to see if the surface area also comes into play.  
Pour the shot glasses into the larger glass and make a level mark  
with something...
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I usually = just pull in my Illy cup as it is big enough to catch both spouts or my = bottomless portafilters, but when I want to measure or watch clear glass = is neat.
Clif - SomeWhere in = Florida

On: = February 11, 2007 2:12:33 PM, Sandra Andina wrote:Seems to me a preheated tulip-shaped espresso cup = holds crema longer than a Bodum Pavina (which, however, is so cool to = watch as the shot is pulled).
On Feb 11, = 2007, at 12:21 PM, Clifton Burkett wrote: Does a cold glass make crema fall apart faster? Seems = that if I use a heavy shot glass to time my shots the crema lasts = longer. If I use a small drinking glass to wide enough to catch it out = of both spouts at once the multiple layers go away quicker. Does the = temp of a regular have an effect of is it the wider surface area allow = off gassing quicker? or a little column A and a little column B. I = just ordered a double walled glass cup that can preheat and hold heat = better to see if its the temp. Then I can pull the same amount in shot = glasses and one larger glass to see if the surface area also comes into = play. Pour the shot glasses into the larger glass and make a level mark = with something...


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