30 Mar '17, 11pm

Zassenhaus Quito Manual Grinder, Craig Jones

Well, perhaps more thoughts will come to me later but for now with my needs and way of looking at things,this is a very good wee device. It is very well made, I am highly impressed with the quality of the engineering put into it. To my tastes, it is a gorgeous looking device too (shallow perhaps but we're going to be seeing an awful lot of each other over the coming years, lol!) And the lifespan of the steel burrs (10 year warranty? Who offers that these days!!!?) It is a manual grinder yes, but I find much more efficient than the ceramic mills. Perhaps a bit bigger than the likes of a Porlex and the grinder won't fit insde an Aeropress but IMHO, it's in another league and well worth the extra space.

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