Question about WMF Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines
When I try to make a cafe latte the machine ads to much milk, It start by adding milk then it adds milk again and then it adds the coffe.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: i just got a eam
There is a blockage in the steam/ hot water circuit. By trying repeatedly to use these functions the steam boiler has now overheated and blown a thermal fuse ( thats why the alarm is displayed and now the infuser is in the wrong position for removal). If this machine is under warranty you should return it as soon as possible. If no warranty and you are a handy person (genuinely) then post again and i can help you fix it. No Good luck Rick.
Posted on Dec 12, 2010
You have to have a lap top and software to repair! The only way to turn off the boot manager is to use the software that you can get from WMF! Try giving them a call if you don't have a tech in the area. 954-583-2269, good luck
Posted on Feb 28, 2011
A latte can be made to suit your own taste, but as a starting point I would suggest:
Steam your milk first to 140 f, let it rest for at least 30 seconds( the temp will continue to rise up to around 160-180 f
while the milk is resting make your espresso shots; I like quite a strong coffee so I would make 2 shots using the double measure (once the coffee starts flowing this should take 15 seconds)
pour your shot(s) into a cup/mug first then top up to about 5mm from the rim of the cup with milk, holding the froth back with a spoon.
finally knock out any bubbles by banging the milk jug on the worktop ( this can be messy until you get good at it). using a spoon/ swirling the jug mix the foam and remaining milk until combined then top up your cup. this gives the smooth foam on the top of the latte.
Hope this helps,
Posted on Nov 08, 2011
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The classic form of espresso is a small shot (2-3oz) of
pressure brewed coffee made using about 1tblspn of finely ground coffee. There are several ways in which this original
format has been altered to come up with various types of espresso coffee
drinks. Here is a short list of some of
the more popular varieties:
Americano - espresso with hot water added to
dilute the strength
Macchiato - espresso shot with a small amount of
frothed milk on top
Corretto - espresso mixed with a bit of alcohol
Cappuccino - a shot of espresso topped with 1/3
steamed milk and 1/3 frothed milk
Mocha - a latte with chocolate powder/chocolate
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