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OCT-NOV 2018

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56 barista magazine S T U F F : P R O D U C T S THE SECRET WORKSHOP The buzz on the street is that Pablo Guerrero is growing Geisha coffee where no one thought coffee could grow. Turns out, the tropical climate and high elevation of his El Obraje farm in Nariño, Colombia, are the secrets to allowing the coffee cherries to develop slowly, creating a coffee that is wildly complex and bright. This coffee from Dillanos Coffee Roasters virtually sparkles on the palate with delicate floral aromas and tastes of pineapple and cherr y. With all this buzz and dazzle, the El Obraje experience is truly electric. MINI DELIVERS BIG BLING Bring the iconic Linea Classic home to help with your morning ritual with the Linea Mini. Handmade with the same components and by the same hands as La Marzocco's commercial machines, the Mini will be an astonishing addition to your kitchen countertop. Separate stainless-steel boilers optimize espresso brewing and steam production, while the integrated brew group achieves thermal stability while reducing its footprint. Personalize your Linea Mini with your favorite color, control the stepped temperature wheel for adjustments, and let the barista lights lend total focus on your extraction and final creation. THE SPRAYZ CRAZE Keep those bean hoppers (and more) clean with Café Sprayz from Urnex. This product is formulated from all-natural ingredients, making it ideal to use on any equipment or sur faces in a foodser vice environment.

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