Private Server for Clash of Clan

Have you ever played an adventurous game? Well, we are mixed bags of everything, be it anything doesn’t matter, game is to be played. But, we have seen people go mad and crazy about games, that they do whatever it takes it reach the goal, and nothing can stop them, the real madness. Crazy for one particular type of game, crazy over collecting the points or whatever and win!

Are you one among them? Then we are pretty sure that Clash of Clans would be surely recorded in your diary. So, how’s the game going? Stuck in collecting gold and elixir, which is really not happening the way you wanted? Okay, we know why and the solution too.  If you want to know, read further.

A brief to the game

Clash of Clans is an adventurous game developed and released by Super cell.  This game was for released for iOS platform in 2012 and then the Android version came into existence from 2013. Since its birth, this game has made huge fans all across the globe. And the reason is this game is all about fighting and winning gold and elixir to create towns and build structures. The resources of this game are gold and elixir and dark elixir. So the more you collect them, the faster you climb up the ladder.

What are these private servers in Clash of Clan?

Coc Private server are servers just like any other. Being virtual in many cases, they are re-implementation of the game that already exists. You have a higher access to the resources of the game and you have full freedom to do and play as per your wish. Nobody would control you, not the systems too, unlike the regular servers which are overlooked by the super cell. Because of these reasons we find way too many private servers for this game, and now it’s heard that even the private servers are getting exhausted. If you want to grab the opportunity, do quickly and ensure your chance. They let you to collect more of gold and elixir to keep the game moving and pretty quick and soon you can build your town.

Espresso Machines – Guide to Buying & Brewing

Espresso Machine is that one device in the wish list of all coffee devotees.  It is one favorite companion of anyone who loves to have a sip of fresh ground hot coffee anytime. Before you actually go for a purchase, you have to consider a few espresso machine reviews from various sources, to get an idea about what needs to be done

  1. Budget – Espresso machines are available in the market from a marginally low amount up to some really huge prices. Basically the level of automation and built in features decides the price of the espresso machine.5
  2. Pump Driven or Steam Driven – This is actually a slightly complex feature that requires technical understanding of the buildup of the machine. Steam Driven brews the ground coffee with just steam whereas the pump driven machine brews the ground coffee with water and pressure. Pump Driven machines suits those who love just the perfect real espressos, while Steam Driven machines are optimum for those who have an eye on budget.
  3. Single or Double Boilers – A single boiler will take time to give your cup of coffee, whereas a double boiler boils both your espresso and milk simultaneously and hence your wait for a cup of refreshingly fresh espresso is short-lived. Again the cost factor matters.
  4. With Frother or Without Frother – This is a decision that is left up to you. You might get an espresso machine with a perfect frother or in some the frother is not available. In such cases, you can also go in for separate milk frother that suits your desire.
  5. With grinder or without grinder – There are espresso machines that do come without a grinder, but there is all means that you can get a separate grinder altogether with the burr or blade option that suits your need.

Now as we have seen the features of the espresso, now let’s get to the brewing part of it.

Espresso Type

Ingredient Ratio


1/3 espresso

1/3 steamed milk

1/3 foamed milk


1/6 espresso

4/6 steamed milk

1/6 foamed milk


2/5 espresso

2/5 chocolate

1/5 steamed milk

Flat White 

1/3 espresso

2/3 frothed milk

Mocha latte 

1/8 espresso

5/8 steamed milk

1/8 foamed milk

1/8 hot chocolate


1/3 espresso

1/3 steamed milk

1/3 frothed milk

1 tablespoon of chocolate syrup



“Happy Coffee-ing”