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Crew Review: Saeco Intelia Focus

Featuring a small footprint, simple to use interface and a cool new approach to the finger guard that actually promotes — instead of hindering — coffee bean feeding, there’s a lot to love about Saeco’s new Intelia Focus superautomatic espresso…

Crew Review: Equator Coffee

We’ve been sampling and using Equator’s coffee in machine demos for awhile now, so we thought we should give Equator Coffee the ol’ side-by-side tasting! Watch as Gail brews up batches of their Equator Espresso and Drip blends, Tigerwalk Espresso…

Crew Review: Compak K3 Touch

With its stepless grind adjustments, automated dosage functionality and removable hopper, there’s a lot to dig about the Compak K3 Touch. We like that it incorporates commercial-grade elements while still being very easy on the pocketbook! Watch as Gail walks…

Crew Review: Cafelat Accessories

You know how deeply we love great design, so it’s no surprise that Cafelat’s series of accessories would woo us! In fact, while we’ve carried these for nearly two years now, they have been so popular it’s been almost impossible…

Crew Review: ADE Pocket Scale

Small things are wonderful. In fact, some of our favorite things in the world are tiny in scale and small in stature. Of course, we could be promoting this perspective because we’re goblin sized, but we also have another proof…

The Reluctant Barista: Crossland CC1

Have you ever heard the saying, ‘Fake it ‘til you make it?’ This is my mantra in a sea of professional coffee quaffers. The words crema, micro foam, portafilter and panarello were not previously in my vocabulary. I enjoy any…