This is the original portafilter and single basket that come with La Pavoni. This is the double basket. I bought this bottomless portafilter a long time ago. I’ve been using it just like this. This time, I bought 20g basket. and I was going to use it. But it didn’t fit to the bottomless portafilter I had. If I cut the edge off, it would fit. But I decided to use this exclusively for double basket. I bought another bottomless portafilter that could fit 20g basket. Finally I can make coffee with this extra large basket. The reason why I wanted this is that I wanted to make latte with lightly roasted coffee beans and not use less milk. In other words, I want to increase coffee beans when I make latte with lightly roasted coffee beans. and I needed a bigger capacity basket when a double basket wasn’t big enough. and I bought this. coffee beans for today are… I asked in the previous coffee video… Gayo Mountain In Indonesia. many told me that Gayo mountain is good.
so I bought it. This is from Honduras. I’ve never tried Honduras coffee, so why not? I tried this before and it was fantastic. Organic robusta from Vietnam. I’m going to roast 200g I can see many worm-eaten beans. it’s done. I picked out bad beans this much out of 200g coffee beans. Initially I thought I had to pick out a lot but it turned out not. Look at this. there’s a hole. I need to replace this part. I’m gonna set a timer for 10 minutes. I think it’s gonna take less than that. It looks pretty good. I know I just finished roasting. it’s too soon to brew but let’s give it a shot. 20g wow, really nice aroma. This is amazing. I’m gonna use oat milk today. How much? 240 ml I’ve been using only this almond milk from Tsukuba Nyugyo lately. I still think this is the best almond milk for coffee. I thought there might be another good alternative milk for coffee. I bought these 3 alternative milk. There are too many kinds of milk like, oat milk, almond milk, coconut milk, rice milk, hemp milk and etc… I’m thinking about buying all the alternative milk that may go well with coffee and try all of them. So, If you know any good alternative milk available in japan that goes well with coffee, let me know. I know some brands sell good alternative milk in Europe and North America, but I can’t buy them in Japan. Anyway, If you know any, let me know. too coarse…? I need to adjust the grinder settings. This oat milk is kinda watery. It doesn’t form enough. Form is disappearing rapidly. nah. It doesn’t go well. Oat milk is… This oat milk doesn’t go well with coffee. Maybe deep roasted coffee go well? I don’t know. This happens quite often. How well the milk forms, and how thick the milk is. This almond milk is really thick and great. Cheaper alternative milks are likely to be watery and thin. Almond milks are usually not thick from my experience. It’s hard to find good almond milk. This one is awesome. I hope I could find great alternative milk. I see. But the coffee tastes good.