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Sage Touch Barista coffee Machine £749 @ Jarrold
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Sage Touch Barista coffee Machine £749 @ Jarrold

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Posted 7th Nov

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Amazing bit of kit.
Waiting to get this for 650 range during Black Friday or hoping to(:I

Anyone have experience with one of these at home ?
Any tips & recommendations would be appreciated.

Nothing like proper coffee in the morning, a good addiction that has positive benefits on the mind & body
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might sound obvious but when setting it up make sure you have really fresh roasted bean other wise you could be chasing a setting that is fine.
Roger_W07/11/2019 13:56

might sound obvious but when setting it up make sure you have really fresh …might sound obvious but when setting it up make sure you have really fresh roasted bean other wise you could be chasing a setting that is fine.


No idea to get very fresh beans in london.
Would consider anything under two weeks from the roast fresh ?
Wouldn’t mind some green beans to just fry at home to have really fresh beans but again no idea where I can source green beans cheaply
2 percent off....wow.
So you post something at standard price to get opinions? You're not going to get the sorts of opinions you're looking for.
Edited by: "Pokey" 7th Nov
BigStart07/11/2019 13:58

No idea to get very fresh beans in london.Would consider anything under …No idea to get very fresh beans in london.Would consider anything under two weeks from the roast fresh ?Wouldn’t mind some green beans to just fry at home to have really fresh beans but again no idea where I can source green beans cheaply


In London i go for fresh roasted beans to whole foods high street Kensington go to the lower floor they have a roastery machine continuously roasting different types of beans from all over the world with the roasting dates on. if your lucky you can get a warm batch straight out of the roaster .they have a couple of professional grinders so you can grind there and then. best to take a airtight bag to keep the beans/grind fresh
"a good addiction that has positive benefits on the mind & body"

...but not on the wallet!!
Add_to_Basket07/11/2019 15:06

"a good addiction that has positive benefits on the mind & body"...but not …"a good addiction that has positive benefits on the mind & body"...but not on the wallet!!


Course it is works out way cheaper than buying a coffee every day at an average of 3£ in london, that’s just for one. Get your money back in a few months or faster if a few people using
Pokey07/11/2019 14:35

So you post something at standard price to get opinions? You're not going …So you post something at standard price to get opinions? You're not going to get the sorts of opinions you're looking for.


Making conversation with others about the espresso machine & clearly stated in description waiting for Black Friday to get a good deal.

You don’t like it go home.
ort1307/11/2019 14:43

In London i go for fresh roasted beans to whole foods high street …In London i go for fresh roasted beans to whole foods high street Kensington go to the lower floor they have a roastery machine continuously roasting different types of beans from all over the world with the roasting dates on. if your lucky you can get a warm batch straight out of the roaster .they have a couple of professional grinders so you can grind there and then. best to take a airtight bag to keep the beans/grind fresh


That’s amazing, can’t get more fresh than that!’
What kinda beans do they have ?! Can you mix your own beans for them to roast or select the percentages or is it off the shelf ?

I’m in Battersea, it’s about a 15 min drive for me will check it out this weekend & have coffee.

Thanks for the tip, amazing heads up
BigStart07/11/2019 15:25

Making conversation with others about the espresso machine & clearly …Making conversation with others about the espresso machine & clearly stated in description waiting for Black Friday to get a good deal.You don’t like it go home.


Already home... With my Barista Pro, thanks very much.

If it's a discussion you want this should be posted in a discussion group, not posted as a deal.
Pokey07/11/2019 15:29

Already home... With my Barista Pro, thanks very much. If it's a …Already home... With my Barista Pro, thanks very much. If it's a discussion you want this should be posted in a discussion group, not posted as a deal.


It’s still a deal.. click on the link you will see it’s over 200 £ off..

I’m not at home I’m in the office have a job.. never been a couch potato
ort1307/11/2019 14:43

In London i go for fresh roasted beans to whole foods high street …In London i go for fresh roasted beans to whole foods high street Kensington go to the lower floor they have a roastery machine continuously roasting different types of beans from all over the world with the roasting dates on. if your lucky you can get a warm batch straight out of the roaster .they have a couple of professional grinders so you can grind there and then. best to take a airtight bag to keep the beans/grind fresh


I will be there on Saturday afternoon


Got very lucky tonight

A sage touch for 315 pounds including delivery. In brand new condition with 30 days return if I’m not happy with it.
Over 500 off most retailers.. think I can sell it for 500 if I don’t like the semi automatic I usually work with fully Manual machines

Does anyone know if these machines count cycles they did ?! Will check when it gets here
BigStart07/11/2019 15:27

That’s amazing, can’t get more fresh than that!’ What kinda beans do they h …That’s amazing, can’t get more fresh than that!’ What kinda beans do they have ?! Can you mix your own beans for them to roast or select the percentages or is it off the shelf ?I’m in Battersea, it’s about a 15 min drive for me will check it out this weekend & have coffee. Thanks for the tip, amazing heads up


no you cant mix your own they are already roasted. beans are from various regions and different strengths from light roast to dark. i buy separate batches then make my own blend at home sometimes trial and error. also lots of freebies in store to try from artisan breads to chesses, wines etc sometimes if your lucky.
ps best to get the no 49 stops close to whole foods
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