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Which Mazzer grinder for home use?
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PeterWWbeagle
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Location: Denver
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Espresso: Quick Mill Anita,CMA...
Grinder: Super Jolly, Mini, Macap
Vac Pot: Aeropress
Posted Sun Sep 29, 2013, 9:44pm
Subject: Re: Which Mazzer grinder for home use?
 

Ian Said:

Just wondering how quickly?  I've had my Mini since June 2003 and I've been offered other grinders too. It's still in daily service.


Ian

Posted September 28, 2013 link

Ian,  I strongly agree with you.   I have both a SJ and a Mini.  The are bullet proof machines, do not break and are far more consistent year after year then the silver painted plastic grinders.  Upgradeitis only sometimes relates to real need.   Most often it is just the desire to have the latest and greatest.  it's about the coffee, not the equipment.  But that's my opinion, and I did not stand in line to buy a 5C.
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Espresso: QM Silvano, LP Stradivarius,...
Grinder: K30, Major, Preciso, Pharos,...
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Posted Mon Sep 30, 2013, 2:59am
Subject: Re: Which Mazzer grinder for home use?
 

The Major is nice too.

 
I chew coffee beans with my teeth while gargling with 195 F water to enjoy coffee. What is this "coffee brewing" device you speak of?
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