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dee_sa
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Posted Sat May 24, 2014, 6:48am
Subject: La Marzocco Vulcano vs Mazzer Super Jolly vs Casadio Enea
 

Hello to all

I am very new to this espresso journey and looking for a good grinder. Currently living in Saudi Arabia, i could get 3 of these grinder.

Just wondering which one is better among the 3 of them. Money wasn't an issue and it is just  for home use.

For a start, i jump into this journey by buying a Palson Sublime espresso maker without further research. I guess it is a good machine for a starter. Definitely a PPF coz some rubber with one hole attached together with the PF but removable. Then i stumble upon coffeegeek coz i wonder why i can't get a good crema with the storebought pre ground coffee. Well i knew the answer already from reading some of the post here..

So what do all of u coffeegeek think of this 3 grinder-?

Thank u in advance
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Posted Sat May 24, 2014, 8:07am
Subject: Re: La Marzocco Vulcano vs Mazzer Super Jolly vs Casadio Enea
 

First, welcome to the forum!

The Super Jolly is a known grinder here in the USA because so many used ones are purchased for home use by coffee geeks. The other two are not mentioned often - if at all - on these forums. The Vulcano site shows it uses Mazzer 63 mm conical burrs. This is the burr set used by the Mazzer Kony so information on that grinder might provide a clue for what to expect with regard to grind quality for the Volcano. The Enea has flat burrs the same size as the Super Jolley so grind quality should be similar. The Enea does have a more complex set of features though.

That's as much help as I can give you about these choices, but others here probably know more and should be along soon. Good luck!

 
I chew coffee beans with my teeth while gargling with 195 F water to enjoy coffee. What is this "coffee brewing" device you speak of?
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