Making Espresso and Latte in our Van

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Making Espresso and Latte in our Van

We’re no coffee experts, but we’re serious about our coffee routine! Here is what works for us:

 

1) Good coffee is important, but fresh grounded coffee is importanter! A few minutes prior to the extraction, we grind the coffee beans with the Porlex JP-30 “Tall” Hand Grinder. Follow this link for the complete review and procedure:
Porlex-JP-30-Hnad-Coffee-Grinder-Review
Review and How-To

 

2) We then pull an Espresso Shot using the neat ROK Presso Manual Espresso Maker. Follow this link for the complete review and procedure:
ROK-Presso-Manual-Espresso-Maker-Review-(Heading)
Review and How-To

 

3) Frothing the milk is done with the Nespresso Aeroccino Milk Frother. Follow this link for the complete review and procedure:
Nespresso-Aeroccino-3-Black
Review and How-To

 

 

There are various ways to brew coffee; this is our take on it! How do YOU brew yours?

 

 

The products that we use:

 


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