Barista Basics: don’t tamp too hard! #barista #tamping #coffee #espresso #coffeetutorial #pushit

Barista Basics: don’t tamp too hard! #barista #tamping #coffee #espresso #coffeetutorial #pushit


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  1. @katrinao5943
    @katrinao5943 says:

    I worked as a barista for several years 20 years ago. Had terrible repetitive motion syndrome that resulted in an L&I case, reduced work hours, and a ton of physical therapy.

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  2. @Nachum_freedman
    @Nachum_freedman says:

    This is not true, you should focus on it being level obviously but one has nothing to do with the other, you really can't tell when it stops moving down.. you must push pretty hard until it does..

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  3. @saturn724
    @saturn724 says:

    I got problems in my index finger's joint from tamping hard with the distributor fan daily. It's healing now that I stopped the habit but yeah I won't be doing that again.

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  4. @StefanKamer
    @StefanKamer says:

    And as always, our understanding of coffee keeps evolving. According to some of th studies produced by Lance Hedrick and friends, this video is correct, however, tamping multiple times in a row can lead to longer shot times with similar shot extraction, enabling more opportunities for tweaking like grinding coarser

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  5. @samuraisharkie
    @samuraisharkie says:

    what is w the like. complaining negative nancies constantly in this guy’s comments. are you guys hate following or something?? you know you can just leave, you don’t have to antagonize other people 😂

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