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    Grinder for the Beginner

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    Hi there, I'm a bit of a newbie and am looking for some advice on what grinder I should buy. I have just bought a secondhand a Bezzera Galatea & need to buy a grinder.

    Use is limited to making lattes/caps at home for my partner & I. A maximum of 2 cups a day, most days. I would like something simple to use & adjust & something that is value for money.

    I appreciate all your feedback & look forward to hearing your advice.

    Cheers

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    Hi Scud84, just like coffee machine, grinder is a personal choice subject to styling preferences and budget. If you stick to reputable brand such as (but not limited) to mazzer, macap it will be easier to sell when you decide to upgrade. good luck

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    Hi scud,

    Buying guide- coffee grinders | Talk Coffee may assist...

    Cheers

    Chris

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    Thanks very much bazooka are there any particular models that are more basic for someone like me?

    Thanks talk_coffee & dimal I'll read up on it. I know it's been asked before & didn't mean to reinvent the wheel so thanks.
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    Hard to beat value of macap M2M or if you can stretch your budget M4, Chris from Talk_coffee has those two on specials good luck please let is know how you go with your new coffee gears

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    Have had a solis maestro which was great, and a rocky dosed which is also good... But get a doserless

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    Yes i think a Rocky deserves is a good solid grinder that works for a beginner and lasts for ever too. the price may seem steep at first but it will last and give excellent results. the doserless model is much bette in my view.



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