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Posted Thu Sep 20, 2012, 7:41pm
Subject: Re: Technically and Mechanically  - Conical vs Flat Burrs
 

Mikespresso Said:

I get the aspect about surface area, heating and alike.

But isn't that relevant only in a cafe where 100 or more shots have to be pulled each day. For a consumer at home consuming a double shot in the morning and in the evening if the grinder can produce a consistent grind with uniform sized particles that would do.

This machine is not being used to grind more than 50 grams at a time and many factors that would be very important for a Barista at a cafe do not matter here.

Posted September 17, 2012 link

There is a taste difference in the cup between flat and conical burrs and that is in a home environment.
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