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Rok espresso maker. Patrick hunt.


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The ROK Espresso Maker is the antithesis of pressing a button on an electric machine.

Fresh – the quicker you can go from bean to cup the better the crema and the better the taste. If you use pre-ground coffee make sure it is fresh and supplied in an air-tight bag as coffee degrades once the beans are ground – it can lose up to 80% of its aroma in 20 minutes of exposure to the air.
Temperature – Pre-warm the portafilter, cup and water chamber with the excess water from your kettle to get the hottest shot.
Brew – After lifting the arms, pause for a few seconds to let the water infuse into the grind before squeezing out your espresso.
Crema – See Fresh above.
Cleaning – To clean, simply remove the portafilter by turning to the right. Knock out the coffee ‘cake’ into a bin and rinse off any remaining coffee ground. Occasionally wash with soapy water but don’t put through a dishwasher. The salts will destroy the high-quality finish.
Filling the portafilter – Build the coffee up one small layer at a time and tamp down each layer as you go.

Included with each ROK Espresso Maker: ROK Espresso Maker, Portafilter, Stainless Steel Milk Frother, single espresso Splitter, Tamp/ Spoon, Storage Tin, Instruction Booklet and 10-Year Warranty Certificate.

designer: patrick hunt
producer: rok
material: engine-grade metal
dimensions: 12.2 x 8 x 10.5 inches

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Category/function: accessories · accessory · gift idea · kitchen · Producer L > Z

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