[Homeroast] Grinder question
phil.palmintere at gmail.com
Thu Apr 30 12:54:26 CDT 2015
I'm willing to pay for a premium product - several hundred $$. (What is the
old saying about quality? If you want quality oats, you should expect to
pay a fair price; if, however, you're willing to accept oats that have
already passed through a horse...)
Currently, I weigh out about 2.5 grams of beans, dump them in the hopper of
a $30 cuisinart burr grinder, grind all of them, then dump the grounds into
the Clever Coffee Dripper, and add a touch over 12 fluid oz of hot water.
About 4 minutes later, I have a mug of coffee.
Then I repeat about a half hour later.
So -- I don't grind that much at a time. Every now and then (a few times
per year) I will make coffee for guests, and I'll pull out an automatic
coffee maker (which I plan to upgrade to, say, a Technivorum). Again, I
weigh out the beans based on how much coffee I plan to prepare, grind them
all, make coffee, and then I'm done.
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Subject: Re: [Homeroast] Grinder question
Thursday, April 30, 2015, 8:56 AM, you wrote:
> What 2 or 3 grinders should I consider? I weigh my beans before
> putting them into the hopper.
Not much information to go on. What is your price range, how much coffee do
you grind at a time? If you're willing to use a hand grinder, a Lido 3 is
about as good as grinders get.
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