[Homeroast] Espresso advice

Ray pilgrim5 at comcast.net
Fri Jan 8 12:11:50 CST 2010

I got into a  Macap4 it was a display model for hundreds less than it's
list price.  You have to call the different coffee supply venders and ask or
go to places like there Burgan's on there web sight.
Or if space is a problem like my choice was it fits under the cabinets.
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I'd definitely have to agree with Jim. Get the best grinder you can with the

$$ you have to spend. New Rockys are $359; for that much or less you can 
find a nice Super Jolly or Major on Ebay, Craig's List or CoffeeGeek. If 
these are too big for your counter space then scrap up $30 more & buy a new 
Baratza Vario.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Jim Gundlach" <pecanjim at bellsouth.net>
 I do not regret putting close to $1,500 into an espresso
> machine but I'd say that the quality espresso machine  improved the 
> quality of my drink only about half as much as getting and fixing the 
> Mazzer.

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