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I'm a newbie in the coffee world but have been using a french press for a few years. I'm looking to buy a good grinder and have limited my choices to: Soulis 177 Mulino conical burr ($125), Capresso 551 ($49), Saeco MC2002 flat burr ($99), La Pavoni PA Burr ($59). I'm leaning towards the Soulis. Any thoughts. I'm normally not an impuslive type, but after reading this site I might investigate getting an esspresso machine in the future. I do love to eat and drink well. Thanks TN St. Louis
-- Tom Nieder (email@example.com), August 16, 2001
Dear Sir, I am introducing myself, my name is Ramesh and I am having coffee powder shop in India. Presently I am selling 10kgs to 15kgs/ day. At present I am roasting the coffee beans in locally(local method) and grinding the same by grinding stone. I want to improve the performance and quality of my product, so I have desired to go for import machines of the above quantity. so can you help me!!!!! Regards, Ramesh Babu.
-- rameshbabu (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 18, 2001.
mazzer. there is no other
-- roger baker (email@example.com), April 22, 2002.
Solis is the Best, I'm using this from last year in my lab, Grind Sizes are uniform. Its a low capacity grinder. Technology is just like roller Grinders. Thatz the best. Go ahead
-- deepak (firstname.lastname@example.org), August 12, 2003.