[Homeroast] Grinder Recommendation
john at chocolatealchemy.com
Thu Aug 4 19:15:38 CDT 2016
Noted you said you can't speak for espresso, so I will.
Mr. coffee and espresso? For all that is holy, NO! A $30 grinder for
I'd personally going for the $75 new burrs. As you say, it's been a
workhorse. Go with the faithful devil you know.
On 8/4/2016 4:57 PM, Howard B wrote:
> Greetings --
> We grind home roasted beans for pour-over and press pot coffee. We have no
> experience making espresso, so cannot comment on the quality and uniformity
> of very fine grinds and suitability for espresso. But the Mr. Coffee has
> worked well for us for many years. Available at Amazon for about $30.
> Mr. Coffee BVMC-BMH23 Automatic Burr Mill Grinder
> On Thu, Aug 4, 2016 at 1:46 PM, Larry Dorman <ldorman at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I can't answer your question specifically, but it seems like grinder prices
>> have been increasing generically.
>> One thought is that if you buy the refurb and it craps out then you could
>> at least move the burrs to your old grinder. Likewise, your old grinder
>> can be spare parts unless the model has changed over time.
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