[Homeroast] Gotta get me one of these
peatmonster at comcast.net
Tue Apr 26 09:40:53 CDT 2016
This may sound like heresy, but on those rare occasions when I succumb to a
can of Folgers. . . Yes, I get lazy once in a while. But the can of
Folgers resets my homeroast switch.
It seems commercial canned coffee is devoid of fines. How can this happen?
Do they filter out the fines and use the dust in other products? Or are
their grinders so high tech they avoid the cost of excess waste by producing
tightly controlled particles?
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Subject: Re: [Homeroast] Gotta get me one of these
I really want to like this product. And on the surface, I think I do.
I just don't see myself using it regardless of the improvement it makes.
The waste, even if it is defect waste from the grinder, just keeps me from
embracing it. That said, it seems a great, affordable, grinder analysis
tool. Affordable particle analysis basically.
On 4/25/2016 2:47 PM, Jeff Bensen wrote:
> I have a Rocky and I sift when grinding for either a French Press or
> Vac Pot. I only have one of those fine strainers from the housewares
> section, so not as precise as the Rafino. I find it makes a big
> difference in taste when doing a coarse grind for the press, and is
> essential for a successful draw-down in my glass rod Cory and Cona vac
> I looked at the Indegogo campaign and it appears interesting. I'd like
> to hear your experience with it once you get it.
> -- Jeff Bensen
>> At 09:41 AM 4/25/2016, Mike Koenig wrote:
>> There was a discussion on this list a good number of years ago about
>> doing exactly that. Someone put a fine sieve on top of a jar and
>> shook out the fines. Reported a better tasting cup. Not sure if the
>> archives still work to search for it. The Rocky is a solid espresso
>> grinder but it's known for producing a bit of fines when trying to
>> grind coarser. Sieving will probably be a lot cheaper than a new
>> --mike Sent from my iPhone
>>> On Apr 25, 2016, at 9:15 AM, Frank Parth wrote:
>>> Even though I use a Rocky to grind my morning coffee, I've always
>>> wondered if I could get more consistent size on the grind. I found
>>> and decided to order one. It filters the coffee grinds through
>>> sieves and is supposed to separate out a consistent size grind.
>>> Due in August. I'll let you know how well it works (or even if it
>>> works as advertised).
>>> Frank Parth
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