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Jura Water Pump
Any luck yet.
Jura parts are hard to gain access to in the US. They'll offer to repair it all day long. But sell you parts.....not likely. There are some internet stores online in Europe that you may have to look at to get parts. Good luck and if you find a good store that will ship to the US, please let me know.
on Jul 08, 2009
Frothe the milk?
he trick to this is making sure you have steam comming out of the wand and not water. To do this, make sure you get the steam started before you begin. To get a light foam that will not deflate, hold the wand just under the surface of the milk. You should hear a steady, high pitched noise and you should not hear the splatter of bubbles popping on the surface. Popping noises mean that the wand is too high in the milk and your froth will not hold up. A low pitched noise from the cup means that the wand is too far down in the milk. This will heat your milk (for hot chocolate), but will not give you a good foam. Good luck!
on Jun 13, 2009
How do I make cappuchino cofee?
If you are looking for a manual, you can contact Jura Capresso directly. If you are just looking for directions for making a cappuccino in general:
Brew the espresso.
Use the steam wand/frothing element and a pre-chilled frothing pitcher (the pre-chilling is optional, but it is considered good form) to steam about 1/4 to 1/2 cup of milk.
A true cappuccino does not involve pouring all of the milk directly into the espresso - you would use a spoon to take about two spoonfuls of the top of the steamed milk and place it on top of the espresso.
You can sprinkle cinnamon, use a cinammon stirring stick, or pour cinnamon cappuccino flavoring on top of the cappuccino for good form (but this part is optional).
-Tha Mp3 Doctor
on Mar 23, 2009
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