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Zassenhaus Manual Mill - Guy Tedesco's Review
Posted: October 19, 2001, 9:58am
review rating: 7.0
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Arrow The Zassenhaus Manual Mill has 55 Reviews
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These are some of the best-written reviews for this product, as judged by our members.
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Dave Wire 10.00
Ryan Kavanagh 9.33
Michael Pruner 9.00
Tim Lake 9.00
M V 9.00

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Ratings and Stats Overall Rating: 8.4
Product Reviewed: zassenhaus mill
Manufacturer: Zassenhaus Quality: 10
Average Price: Varies Usability: 6
Price Paid: $48.00 Cost vs. Value 10
Where Bought: pacific rim trading co. Aesthetics 8
Owned for: 1 month Overall 8
Writer's Expertise: Aficionado Would Buy Again: Yes
Similar Items Owned: delonghi/HW grinder
Bottom Line: cheap solution to getting espresso cut grounds
Positive Product Points

it works to make espresso grounds

Negative Product Points

the adjustment collar moves the setting of the burrs

Detailed Commentary

price 48.00 at pacific rim trading company.
i bought a krups gusto and in line with a low cost set up for espresso was looking for the lowest cost grinder for espresso. the solis 166 was considered at 125.00 but then i saw the reviews on this site stating that the zassenhaus mills make espresso grind so i went with this purchase. when i got the grinder it took a few tries to get the proper setting (the burrs have to touch when you grind). also the adjustment collar moves the burr settings so i put a drop of red fingernail polish on the adjustment collar so i can see the position move and i just reset it as i am grinding. you can also put your finger  on the collar as you grind to hold it in place. i got the "knee" model and i suggest this as it is the most comfortable way to hold the grinder as you grind. it takes about 35 seconds to grind up for a double shot of espresso, not too bad. i would not reccommend the mill for say a pot of coffee of say 4 cups or more. it‘s just too much grinding but i suppose some people wouldn‘t mind. the mill is made very well and looks like it can last many years. the eveness of grind for espresso is very impressive. i get plenty of crema and the ideal 25 second espresso shots and i don‘t even have the mill set at the finest setting so i would say this mill will give espresso cut grounds for any espresso machine out there.

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Three Month Followup

still using grinder daily for my espresso drinks.very satisfied and feel i got alot for my money

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