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1 year 10 months ago #14953 by Troels Bjerre
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Hi,

I have been looking for the 24 mm IMS filter equivalent to the 26 mm one carried by Londinium, as I use medium dark roasts and usually dose around 16-17 grams.
As far as I can tell it's this one:
www.imsfiltri.com/filtri/b70-2tf-h24-e/?lang=en

As it's basically impossible to source from anywhere I was wondering if Londinium would consider selling these alongside maybe the 22 mm version and a suitable IMS The Single?

Cheers

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1 year 9 months ago #14984 by Ziv Sadeh
Replied by Ziv Sadeh on topic IMS Baskets

Troels Bjerre wrote: Hi,

I have been looking for the 24 mm IMS filter equivalent to the 26 mm one carried by Londinium, as I use medium dark roasts and usually dose around 16-17 grams.
As far as I can tell it's this one:
www.imsfiltri.com/filtri/b70-2tf-h24-e/?lang=en

As it's basically impossible to source from anywhere I was wondering if Londinium would consider selling these alongside maybe the 22 mm version and a suitable IMS The Single?

Cheers


So I wonder why you need to use lower dose when using a medium dark roast?

I use also medium dark roast and use the IMS 26.5 basket with 18.5g and get decent results

Londinium I, Compak K10 Fresh, Huky 500

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1 year 9 months ago - 1 year 9 months ago #14986 by Frans Goddijn
Replied by Frans Goddijn on topic IMS Baskets
"medium dark roast" is not a very exact description, so the differences between two packs of beans each named "medium dark roast" by the roasters can be great.

One hue of brown can be considered 'light' by one and 'medium dark' by another. And the exact same color can be had with beans roasted fast, or hot and slow, and not so intensely, with very different results, one bean fully developed and the other tasting much lighter.

L1-P, L-R, Compak R120 & E8, Pavonis, Rocket, Mazzer, Fracino Roastilino & PXG4, Coffee-Tech FZ-94, Tonino, VSTlab IV, Acaia scales, Pencil tampers
Last edit: 1 year 9 months ago by Frans Goddijn.

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1 year 9 months ago #15013 by Troels Bjerre
Replied by Troels Bjerre on topic IMS Baskets
The issue arises when milk based drinks come into the picture. As we have a number of cups in specific sizes, it's nice to be able to change dose and yield for a specific bean/roast.

For what it's worth I ended up buying VST filters in 15, 18, 20 g sizes to have some flexibility.

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1 year 9 months ago #15017 by Reiss Gunson
Replied by Reiss Gunson on topic IMS Baskets
Hi Troels

i think you did the right thing

we're not trying to be a one stop shop for everything espresso

for example, baskets i would purchase at least 500 units at a time in order to be able to offer them to you are a competitive price so we keep our offering fairly simple

kind regards

reiss.

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