Can someone give me some good ideas on some home coffee grinders. I'm looking for a dependable grinder with adjustable settings. Brand isn't an issue.

Greets
Djaya

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Brady said:
For anything but espresso I like the KitchenAid Pro burr grinder. I hear that it can be tweaked for espresso use, but have a hard time buying that it has small enough adjustment increments to be great.
That KitchenAid Proline series is pretty sweet grinder.
I've heard rumors of titanium burr sets becoming available, but have yet to see them.
This grinder totally slipped my mind, thanks Brady.
Nick
Brady said:
Benjamin H Wilkinson said:
Coffee Geek's Guide to Buying a home Espresso Machine makes a simple rule:

Spend as much on your (home) grinder as you spend on your (home)espresso machine. In other words, divide your budget in half.

Thanks for posting that, it was a good piece. I was, however, left wondering which $250 home espresso machine he would recommend :)

Ahhh... ever get the impression that some of us commercial folk are a bit spoiled?

Gaggia Espresso. ~$200.
Jason Haeger said:
Brady said:
Benjamin H Wilkinson said:
Coffee Geek's Guide to Buying a home Espresso Machine makes a simple rule:

Spend as much on your (home) grinder as you spend on your (home)espresso machine. In other words, divide your budget in half.

Thanks for posting that, it was a good piece. I was, however, left wondering which $250 home espresso machine he would recommend :)

Ahhh... ever get the impression that some of us commercial folk are a bit spoiled?

Gaggia Espresso. ~$200.

SWEET. Just in time for Christmas!
Brady said:
Jason Haeger said:
Brady said:
Benjamin H Wilkinson said:
Coffee Geek's Guide to Buying a home Espresso Machine makes a simple rule:

Spend as much on your (home) grinder as you spend on your (home)espresso machine. In other words, divide your budget in half.

Thanks for posting that, it was a good piece. I was, however, left wondering which $250 home espresso machine he would recommend :)

Ahhh... ever get the impression that some of us commercial folk are a bit spoiled?

Gaggia Espresso. ~$200.

SWEET. Just in time for Christmas!
Again, don't forget the grinder!
For great coffee -- provided you aren't brewing a full pot all the time -- you can't go wrong with a Zassenhaus.
Jason Haeger said:
Brady said:
Jason Haeger said:
Brady said:
Benjamin H Wilkinson said:
Coffee Geek's Guide to Buying a home Espresso Machine makes a simple rule:

Spend as much on your (home) grinder as you spend on your (home)espresso machine. In other words, divide your budget in half.

Thanks for posting that, it was a good piece. I was, however, left wondering which $250 home espresso machine he would recommend :)

Ahhh... ever get the impression that some of us commercial folk are a bit spoiled?

Gaggia Espresso. ~$200.

SWEET. Just in time for Christmas!
Again, don't forget the grinder!

Why? Can't the shop on the corner just grind the pound for me when I buy it? (where is the "evil grin" emoticon when I need it?)

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