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    Re: Drip filter or stove top moka pot

    Gene Cafe Coffee Roaster $850 - Free Beans Free Freight
    coming in to mothers day there are some absolute bargain grinders out their atm. Granted, theyre not the best but will certainly do the job. I saw a breville (burr grinder) for $60, tag onto that a ceramic filter and some papers and you should be close to that $100 mark.

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    Re: Drip filter or stove top moka pot

    Hi guys. I ended up getting a sunbeam drip filter machine today at retravision. I had a cup before and it tasted yum :) I think I will look into manual grinders. I cant find that ferralbay place online?

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    Re: Drip filter or stove top moka pot

    ferralbay = evilbay = eBay the place that can not be named ;) Should be a good step forward from instant for you with the drip :)

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    Hey guys Im at that place online looking for manual grinders. Can anyone point me in the right direction? PM me please. I dont want to go for a bad quality one! Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Drip filter or stove top moka pot

    Generally look at the European Grinders avoid anything that is "vintage", "retro" or "antique" and looks to shiny modern and Chinese ;) . Couple of good brands are Zassenhaus (you will pay more for them), BG, Peugeot generally anything Italian, German, French and in some cases dutch.

    Even within these you will get a good one or a bad one once in a while but far more consistant than the modern replica Asian stuff.

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    Re: manual grinders

    You need one of these Kyocera ceramic hand grinders wont hurt to check them out
    Discussion post in the grinders section

    http://coffeesnobs.com.au/YaBB.pl?num=1240128496/50

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    Re: manual grinders

    Hi KK

    Whilst the grinder you mentioned looks awesome, money is tight for me so I cant afford to spend $120. I was thinking under $50 if I can pull it off. Thanks so much for the suggestion though.

    DS



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