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    I saw this expresso machine in robinsons today at 3290 baht and nearly bought it as an impulse buy - looks just the right size for home

    has anyone got one or any opinions ? it is a thai manuf

    https://www.lazada.co.th/minimex-pic...position=prod1

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    Can't imagine the quality of parts will be much at that price.

    The first thing to split and break will probably be the nozzle for foaming the milk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    The first thing to split and break will probably be the nozzle for foaming the milk.
    not being gay , I have not the need to spermerise the milk

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    Heathen!!


    The second thing to break will probably be the buttons.

    Do you want to be able to turn it on?

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    Using a coffee maker is like Luigi-ing a beautiful woman

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    you want to turn it on
    Then you wanna stick in your capsule, give it a little slap, then froth all over it




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    A farang who lives near to me grows his own coffee and sees it through to drinking it.

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    ^^ Pops is looking well.

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    I can't recommend this enough. I stock up whenever I'm in Vietnam and (stupidly, perhaps) pay about $20 per 250g pack online when I'm not (ground or beans).

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    ^ that's not even real coffee, is it?

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    Some of the very best, Dil. Just ignore Napoleon.

    If you're ever in Vietnam pay the extra and go for this. I prefer it to the kopi luwak, which it's based on, but enzymes are used to treat the beans instead of the intestines of a small animal.

    http://www.amazon.com/Legendee-Sang-...ews/B00B2BIUGM

    I've never heard anyone say a bad word about it.

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    I see it gets some great reviews. I will look into that. cheers

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