[Homeroast] Nice little new grinder
Steven Van Dyke
coffee at svandyke.com
Sat Dec 27 05:41:02 CST 2014
My Zass Turkish lives in my 'coffee world' suitcase. It's a smallish
rolling suitcase I built dividers into to carry all my coffee making
stuff - Zass, AeroPress, hot water pot, cups, fresh roasted coffee, etc..
At 07:22 PM 12/26/2014, you wrote:
>Hi Steven --
>Thanks for the suggestion. When we traveled to Australia earlier this
>year, we took an AeroPress and a Porlex grinder (similar to the GSI). Both
>worked out well:
>We rented an apartment for our two week stay, and shopped for freshly
>roasted beans in the many high quality coffee shops in Melbourne, as well
>as the Queen Victoria Market. Everything worked out very well.
>Knowing we would be without a scale, we calibrated a dry measure scoop to
>the amount of beans needed for an AeroPress cup before we left home.
>It turned out that the apartment we rented had a press pot as a kitchen
>appliance. We stayed in "About Melbourne Apartments", and recommend them,
>but there are many alternatives:
>On Fri, Dec 26, 2014 at 4:59 PM, Steven Van Dyke <coffee at svandyke.com>
> > Actually I don't know how new it is, but I just got one for Christmas from
> > the ever-indulgent wife so it's new to me.
> > It's the GSI Outdoors Java Mill. Sweet Marias doesn't carry it at this
> > time but I think it would be a worthy addition.
> > It's similar in size to the Zass Turkish, ceramic burrs, and cheap enough
> > to leave at work without worrying.
> > Thought I'd toss it out there as a suggestion.
> > Enjoy!
> > KCSteve :->
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