great stuff! With your permission, I'd like to recommend you upgrade your grinder to get the benefit of using one of the best home espresso machines ever. You will notice a huge difference in consistency of great shots, and there will be nuances of flavor. Your grinder does a fine job with drip, press, etc, but wasn't really meant to be a full on espresso grinder. That said, enjoy your espresso, but please consider my suggestion. There are lots of proper espresso grinders ranging from manual ($50-80) and electric, starting around $199.
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