31 May '12, 6am

@denisb longshot, men forsøker: har disse, svært lite brukt: interessert?

Grinding coffee for non-espresso brewing at home is a pain in the tits. Short of finding space and the budget for a shop grinder your choices are limited and there a lots of concessions. When the Mahlkonig Vario arrived it was lauded as a grinder which could deliver a quality filter grind, and an espresso grind and sing and dance and do everything in between. Its performance grinding for brewed coffee left an awful lot to be desired. For the past few months, however, on a daily basis I have been brewing filter coffee with a Mahlkonig Vario. The results have been excellent. The difference, notably is that the stock ceramic burrs have been replaced by a set of steel burrs designed specifically to produce a coarse grind. What are the effects of swapping these burrs: The grinder is rendered useless for espresso (one step from touching will produce a gusher). The grind rate is ...

Full article: http://theotherblackstuff.ie/machines/burrs-again/