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14 years 7 months ago #1189 by colin
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Will post this as a poll as well -

I wonder: How many of our readers actually have a "coffee" related book in their library?

It is a good question - I have about 10... but that shouldn't surprise anyone.
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14 years 7 months ago #1190 by Frederick
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I have four, yes four at last count, wonderful books about coffee machines. Plus one on SU carburettors.

As luck would have it, not one of them has a decent picture of the wonderful, amazing and unique ATOMIC designed AND built by Signor Giordanno Robbiati from Milan, Italy. He patented his design in 1947 and produced the lovely item until the late seventies.

Luck you say? Yes it is. Because I hear that sometime in the near futur a book featuring ONLY this unique, incomparable and certainly incredible invention is going to be made available for all to discover the uniqueness of this design. I can't wait....
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14 years 7 months ago #1191 by colin
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I hear (and have seen) that the ultimate coffee book is

Coffee Floats, Tea Sinks...

odd name but it is complete --
I think one can still order this book.
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14 years 7 months ago #1192 by java
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i have about 10-12 coffee related books, but I suppose I should. I even have two on order.Besides they look good on the shelfe behind the roaster!!:cheer:
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14 years 6 months ago #1194 by Frederick
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Yes you can order Coffee floats, Tea sinks, directly from the author Mr. Ian Bersten.

In fact I received a fax from the gentleman this morning. Due to our conflicting world travel schedules, I was not able to get my copy autographed! Ah well....just as a service for those who may be interested in acquiring this compendium, I have searched long to find these coordinates: Helian books. 105 Roseville Ave. Roseville, New South Wales 2069 Australia. e.mail: ianbersten at iinet dot net dot au
Phone is 9417 4469.
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14 years 6 months ago #1195 by Adam K
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Hello, New to the site...

Does anyone know if there is anywhere in Victoria where i can pick up a Reg Barber tamper and if not the closest place. Thx
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