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Espresso shot glass

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Espresso shot glass
From €2.65 Helps calibrates your Grind
(3)
€4.50
€5.00
Espresso shot glass Joe Frex
From €2.90
(1)
€3.75
Ascaso measuring shot glass
For calibrating your Grind
(1)
€3.99
Espresso  2oz  shot glass
Heavyweight commercial shot glass
€2.99
Coffee grounds digital scales
Tool for setting the grind
€17.99
Coffee grounds digital scales 600g
Tool for setting the grind
€12.99
€17.99
Coffee spoon measuring scales
Tool for setting the grind
€13.99
Espresso Coffee digital scales
Tool for setting the grind
€10.99
Double shot Pot
200ml/ 6oz Shot Jug
€8.00
Shot Pot
60ml Shot Jug
€5.95
Concept art Espresso Timer
Timer for shots 18-23 sec
€5.99
Caravaggio Espresso spoons x2
Won't break the cream when you stir
€3.99
To get great espresso coffee cream you need the correct tools.
You wont get an amazing 'God shot' with out having the correct grind, correct amount of coffee and how long to is takes to pour. Get these right and you are well on your way to coffee greatness.
Calibrated espresso shot glasses have 2 main functions, to measure the quantity of liquid extracted and to see the coffee cream.The more coffee cream extracted ,the better the coffee .

You will need an espresso shot glass to measure the quantity of the coffee shot , digital coffee weighting scales to measure the weight of the ground coffee and a timer to check the time it takes to extract the coffee.
It should take 7 grams of espresso coffee to to pour 30cl of espresso and the pour should take between 18 and 23 seconds.For pure arabica blends the pour is as much as 28 seconds but that depends on the coffee. If using 14 grams to get a great cream from a single shot it should still take 18-23 seconds to pour the 30cl amount.30cl  or 1 oz is the standard size for a single espresso and can be seen in a calibrated espresso shot glass.


A calibrated espresso heavyweight shot glass will retain the heat, is hard to break and  is ideal for busy cafe or great value shot glass for the home. One should always wet the glass first with boiling water to ensure that the espresso does not stick to the glass or cool down.
A stainless steel espresso shot pot is ideal for pouring single or double espressos for larger cup sizes. Drop a double shot into the pot and pour into latte glass.Remember to wet the espresso shot pot first so coffee cream is preserved.