Question about ViceVersa EM6060 Espresso Machine
Fill the reservoir overnight with a half-half mix of white vinegar and water, then run it for a few minutes until it boils, try and turn the knob for the frother. turn the machine off and let it cool enough to empty the vinegar solution out, rinse a few times including running to boiling, and hopefully the calcium buildup which is almost certainly causing your problem will be cleared. if not, try again with 100% white vinegar, and if you can figure out how to take the frother nozzle and/or arm off the machine then soak them too. Hopefully this will get you frothing again :)
Posted on Mar 19, 2007
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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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