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  1. As recommended by [Adam Buckeridge](/User:Validis "wikilink") on
  2. redbrick.shopping, Aug 2005. [Category:Food &
  3. Drink](/Category:Food_&_Drink "wikilink")
  4. ## Shops
  5. [Image:Toomuchcoffeeman.jpg](/Image:Toomuchcoffeeman.jpg "wikilink")
  6. * Arnotts (good selection, few prices on items, hard to get someone to
  7. help)
  8. * Brown Thomas (lady to give advice with the basics covered)
  9. * Roches Stores (+ 50 euro on to everything)
  10. * Argos
  11. * Debenhams (+ 50 euro on to everything)
  12. * Clerys (mostly Kenwood machines)
  13. ## Machines
  14. * Gaggia Cubika - Better coffee with all variables correct.\
  15. <http://www.azone.ch/images/cubika.jpg>
  16. * Kenwood cafe retro - 199 euro, Brown Thomas. More forgiving machine.
  17. Milk frother does a great job, but you have to let it re-heat for
  18. about 20 seconds half way through.\
  19. <http://www.electra-craft.com/images/cafe-retro-red.jpg>
  20. ## Grinders
  21. * Krups GVX 1 Burr Grinde. 75 euro, Brown Thomas. Grinding at the
  22. finest grind size leaves the coffee slightly bitter, so increase the
  23. grind size.\
  24. <http://images.amazon.com/images/P/B0001I9R8W.01.LZZZZZZZ.jpg>