Check out this great video from our friends at Langsom.
This is a great end-to-end video of the ROK espresso brewing process. The only things I would add are: 1. Run hot water through the ROK after you’ve finished to flush out any residual grounds and oils. 2. Remove the white filter screen and dry thoroughly before putting the ROK away.
Video credit: Максим Рязанов
Where to buy ROK espresso maker:
Photo credit: Project Latte
I saw this photo today and am pretty keen to try my hand at Matcha Tea Lattes with the Bellman Milk Steamer. I’m taking a week or two off coffee and this could be just the thing.
Here’s a video how-to with funky green latte art:
From time to time we get requests for various Presso and ROK odds and ends. So we’ve put together another parts kit which includes the most commonly requested parts that aren’t already in our refurbishment kits.
Here’s what’s in the kit:
2 x Gear Right (Part 9)
2 x Gear Left (Part 10)
1 x Upper pivot stud – front (Part 16)
1 x Upper pivot stud – back (Part 17)
4 x Custom shoulder bolt (Part 18)
2 x Base Screw (Part 19)
2 x Bayonet screw (Part 20)
2 x Roll coiled pin (Part 21)
4 x Body nylon brush (Part 22)
4 x Link arm nylon brush (Part 23)
New Zealand: https://presso.co.nz/rok-and-presso-nuts-and-bolts
USA / International: https://espressounplugged.com/rok-and-presso-nuts-and-bolts
This video was kindly shared with us by Kay and John Atkins. John walks us through his process of roasting coffee with the Handy Roaster, grinding it with the ROK grinder and finally making espresso with his Presso.
The Handy Roaster is available in:
New Zealand: https://www.presso.co.nz/handy-coffee-roaster