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larsegar
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Posted Wed Apr 3, 2013, 2:05am
Subject: Grinder for Turkish Coffee
 

Is there a non-manual grinder that can grind fine enough for turkish coffee (about 100 microns I think), for less than $500?

Can a grinder like the Baratza Vario do this?
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Posted Wed Apr 3, 2013, 3:02pm
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Lars, I have a Sozen "plump" manual, and it does a fine job.
I'm going to guess that if you have the nerve, the Vaio might be able to oblige.

However, the sozen allows me to add fresh cardamom seed, something I wouldn't want to do in a Vario.

 
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Posted Sun Apr 21, 2013, 3:58am
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Stuck to using Turkish mill 'coz I haven't found a non-manual grinder that can finely grind for the coffee.
Do tell us the results of grinding using Vario.

 
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