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    What Kind of Coffee Grinders Do you Use?

    Just a shoutout to all you coffee enthusiasts out there. What kind of coffee grinders to you use, and why? Any difference in consistency between a manual or electric grinder?
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    Burr design and stability are what ultimately what makes or breaks a grinder in terms of grind quality and consistency.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shadow745 View Post
    Burr design and stability are what ultimately what makes or breaks a grinder in terms of grind quality and consistency.
    Well yes, burr designs are always the way to go.
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    Sounds like a SPAM reply to me!

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    I use a Peugeot grinder from 1910's
    I'm off. enjoy your coffees.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mzungu View Post
    I use a Peugeot grinder from 1910's
    Very nice!

    I use a MAHLKOENIG Guatemala Lb grinder (cuppings), 2 x Mazzer Rober E grinder (espresso) and a Chicago Manufacturing (800 pound per hour bulk grinder)
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    Pharos Hand Grinder is suppose to be great for espresso. I use Mahlkonig Lab grinder for samples and single coffees, VST for retail K30 Twin for espresso And two Compak grinders, Both for flavored coffees. EK43 is on my list
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    I prefer to use a 24 oz framing hammer and smash until the desired fineness is achieved. Who needs a stinking grinder, lmao?!?

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    Mortar and pestle and a lot of patience.
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    I like how the OP registered, posted a bunch of useless posts to get his post count up and put his website URL in his sig line, had it edited by Rose with an explanation from her, and now has this, "Advertising URL in Signature Removed by Moderator."


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