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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by High Cotton, Jun 15, 2009.
Yeah, didn’t think of that. Sometimes up to 125g on a big batch of concentrate.
Yeah that’d be an issue would have to do like 5 batches
I’ve been out of the game for a while on the new equipment side but the Baratza Sette seems like a winner if you aren’t totally against conical.
Made an Espresso Parmesan martini last night that was pretty delicious. Next time I think I am going to add in a little honey to the espresso while it is hot to sweeten it up just a tad. Most recipes call for simple syrup but I subbed that with dry sherry because I can’t handle too much sweet.
Pinch if sea salt
.5oz coffee liqueur
.5oz dry sherry
Garnish with Parmesan
Thought maybe this thread might appreciate it.
i don't have one but i'm going to second the recommendation on the Niche. i've done a bunch of research on this recently + over the last ~18-24 months and the Niche is just an incredible value for what it does relative to other grinders. the next level up from there is significantly out of your budget (like a lagom p64 or p100, mahlkonig, eureka, weber, kafatek monolith) and i'm not even sure if they're improved from what people say the Niche does.
i just bought a kafatek monolith flat max (and a la marzocco linea mini) from a guy going through a divorce with all of this new-in-box stuff he's trying to get rid of. really excited to get everything set up later in April when I'm able to pick things up.
ok, a little jelly of that grinder
I ordered a Niche this morning, and got in on the timemore 64s kickstarter. Hopefully I’m not going down this guy’s path.
oh, i forgot the last line.
i just bought this incredible grinder (sort of top of the line, right next to the eg-1) and even i'm thinking of adding a Niche at some point just to have a conical burr and the quiet/convenience
love sette 270
You use it for pour over? Everything I’d read on the sette said not great for pour over and some shimming maybe required.
For his price range he could splurge on a forte but never seen anyone compare it to other comparable grinders
When Fellow drop text starts with most exclusive coffee ever I was holding breath to see price
$33 for 8.8oz
They start every text with that
I didn’t get the text this morning
It was hyperbole, it’s always an opening paragraph of superlatives. Pioneering, exclusive, etc
Well .. to be fair, Manhattan's Diego Bermudez offerings have been very good. Especially the thermal shock processed Letty Bermudez that I had from them last year.
Haven’t tried it yet but she’s beautiful
Oh my word. This thing just feels solid and well built right off the bat when you unbox it. Very quiet and smooth when grinding. This is going to be nice.
Smart Grinder Pro:
I think you need to grind a bit finer..