21 Replies to “La Marzocco Linea Mini & La Marzocco GS3 MP”

  1. Alexander W

    Hi Dritan, I can’t find the correct answer, but i get the impression it’s not written in stone and can be different per country:
    When i search for “Flat White” receipts, i get: 2x espresso, 1x milk or 2x ristretto, 1x milk or 1x espresso and 2x milk. It seems there is not one standard or i read a lot of info that is false.
    Can you clarify?

  2. Eugene Ginzburg

    Can you list what you worked with in the episode notes? Was your kitchen designed with coffee-making in mind? What coffee are you using?

  3. JorgeParagliding

    Thanks for this comparison! I am lucky to have a Línea Mini and every now and then have looked at the GS3. I guess I just don’t see an advantage to upgrading to a GS3 from a Línea Mini other than looks (which are subjective). However, I can’t wait for you to get your hands on a new La Marzocco Leva One Group home edition. That’s a machine I may want to give up my Línea Mini for 😃

  4. Casey Zaft

    I will say when you manipulate brew pressure and stray from 9 bars, that’s not true espresso. Nothing wrong with that, but by definition you need to pull shots at 9 bars for it to be called espresso extraction. Facts and no cap

  5. Mike S

    The maestro at work with his symphony of precision instruments. The videographer capturing and narrating the entire process with beautiful results. Thanks for sharing your kitchen with us. ☕️☕️☕️☕️☕️☕️👍👍👍👍👍

  6. David Williams

    Wow Beautiful Machines. Was it just me or did it seem Dritan was no so interested in making this video?
    Would have been nice to have him sharing his experience and any taste differences between the two.


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