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Baratza Virtuoso Coffee Grinder, 110 Watt by Baratza
|Nouveau Prix :||EUR 229,99 (EUR 1,80 / oz) LIVRAISON GRATUITE en France métropolitaine. Détails|
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Burrs upgraded;Extremely versatile with 40 grind settings;Excellent brew grinder used by baristas everywhere;Very good espresso grinder;Compact foot print, low height makes it ideal for kitchen use.
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Well, after countless hours, days, weeks, and yes, months of reading reviews and articles, I finally decided it was time to try a burr grinder, and the one I decided to try was the Baratza Virtuoso.
What swayed me was to this machine was the Baratza USA website. Of course we all want our grinders to give us a lifetime of no hassle grinding, but with a machine like this, after a while, things are bound to need attention. With many grinders you'd probably have no choice but to toss them out and get a new one, but If you go to the Baratza USA website, to the support section, you'll see they have an entire list of .pdf files and videos detailing every possible in-home adjustment and repair that can be done to this machine.
During the process of showing how to take the machine completely apart and repair everything from a knob coming off to replacing the motor, you begin to gain an appreciation for how thoughtfully this machine was designed.
Are you an espresso person and want a bit more control on the finer grinds? No problem, they show you how to go in and make a simple adjustment that will shift the grind range more toward the fine end.
Are you a French press person and want more control over your coarse grinds? They show you how to adjust it that direction too.
Do you like dark, oily beans....... then you will probably get better performance by slowing the rotation of the center burr a bit (from the factor set 550 rpm, down to 450 rpm), and they show you how to adjust a potentiometer inside the machine to do that.
And, if at some point you experience a problem, they show you how test it to find out what the problems is, then show you the part you need to order, and then show you how to install it yourself, saving you from having to ship your machine back to them.
Plus, all the parts are readily available at reasonable prices.
Of course that's all after the fact, I mean, what you're really interested in is how well it grinds. Well it grinds beautifully, with very even particle distribution, and after testing, I found that I typically only lose about one tenth of a gram during each grinding, not bad.
Plus, it's super easy to clean. Just pop off the bean hopper and the ring burr lifts right out, leaving plenty of room to get a brush down inside the grinding chamber. 5-10 minutes once every month or so and you've got a like-new clean machine.
But let's get serious. Bottom line. Can I taste a difference between this and my blade grinder? Absolutely! For one thing, while I occasionally got a good cup of coffee with my blade grinder, after dialing in this burr grinder to the right setting for my pour over method of brewing, I'm getting a consistently excellent cup of coffee. It's all about getting consistently good, repeatable results, and that what this grinder gives me.
Now, why the Virtuoso over the Encore. I think the Encore would probably suit many people, but the Virtuoso has a better set of burrs, giving a more even grind, especially towards the coarse end. It also has a 1.5 amp 180 watt motor rather than the Encore's 1 amp 120 watt motor. And it has more metal in the chassis than the Encore, giving a more solid feel. Is that enough to justify a $100 difference in price? That's something each person will have to decide. It was enough for me, and I've been more than happy with my choice.
After getting the Baratza, I ended adding a kitchen scale to precisely measure the amount of coffee and water I use, and now I'm finally getting that excellent cup of coffee every single time. Happy brewing!
UPDATE 1-5-15 Ok, I finally found a minor issue that needs addressing. On the bean hopper there is a small 1/2" vertical piece of plastic that is supposed to mark the number of the grind setting (between 1 and 40). The problem is that the piece of plastic is the same color as the rest of bean hopper, so for my aging eyes it's extremely difficult to see the grind setting.
SOLUTION: I remembered I had some leftover white adhesive backed address labels, so I took one and cut a small sliver off the end, and it's width was a PERFECT fit for the length of that little plastic marker piece on the bean hopper. Then I cut a small piece of clear tape and put it over the top to help keep it clean, and BINGO, I can now easily see where my grind setting is set. Yippeee.
The grinder itself continues to be a joy to use.
Now, I have to say, in addition to not being a coffee snob, I'm also not made of money, so when I saw the $200+ price of these grinders (granted, Baratza makes one for about half the price, but indulge me here), I balked. I mean, my measly little blade grinder lasted me probably five years, so why not just spring for another of the same model? Does anybody need a $200 coffee grinder?
Still I read the Amazon reviews on the Virtuoso carefully, and checked out their website, read the manual they provided, and became convinced that this was a TOOL, and I am always about choosing the right tool for the job and getting what you pay for. Needless to say, I plunked down the cash, and couldn't be more pleased.
Solid, well-built, and surprisingly quieter than my old blade grinder, the Virtuoso comes well-packaged and arrived in great condition. It was a snap to assemble, just a silicone gasket and the timer switch. Adjusting the grind is similarly easy, and we've figured out that a setting of 32 (out of 40) gives us exactly the right coarseness that both releases maximum flavor w minimal mug mud. The motor is powerful and seems like it will last a good long time. So yes, it was more than 4 times the cost of a replacement blade grinder, but our coffee is rich and flavorful and gunk-free, and we have an appliance that is well-built, seems reliable, and looks good on the counter. Yeah, I'm quite happy with this purchase. If you're considering one, I encourage you to go on the Baratza website and look at the manual (it isn't included in the box, only a quick-start card is).