06 Apr '18, 9pm

An important step to good espresso. How often do you change your grinder burrs? Learn How

The easy answer is to change your burrs using the grinder burr manufacturer's recommendations. However, for the coffee professional, the manufacturer's recommended replacement standards may take the burrs far past personal threshold of quality. The extreme perspective might call for one to change their burrs at the half-life. So your 880 lbs becomes 440 lbs and so on. We suggest to our customers that you be aware of the condition of your burrs. If you are quality oriented and find yourself particularly sensitive to the negative effects dull burrs can have on espresso flavor or consistency, Espresso Parts recommends to start looking for signs of wear beginning from 50%-75% of the recommended burr life. It's a fine line. As long as things are looking and tasting great, you are probably good to go.

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