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singforsupper
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Espresso: Fiorenzato Bricoletta
Grinder: Mazzer Mini E
Vac Pot: -
Drip: French Press
Roaster: Caffe Fresco-Tony Sciandra...
Posted Mon Feb 28, 2005, 12:43pm
Subject: Briccoletta paired with Rocky or with Mazzer... which one?
 

Ok, I just won a Briccoletta on ebay.   I am psyched.   My question is what grinder should I pair it with?   It's a matter of cost and space.   I really can hardly afford a Mazzer with it but want greata espresso.  I am planning on getting a Rocky SS doser.   I have a good deal on one new at $280 free shipping from the same person who is selling me the Briccoletta.  Will that grinder be good enough to bring out the quality of the machine (one I rally learn what I'm doing of course)?  Should I bite the bullet and get the Mazzer?

 
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Posted Mon Feb 28, 2005, 12:46pm
Subject: Re: Briccoletta paired with Rocky or with Mazzer... which one?
 

Get the $120 Mazzer listed down the page "Super Jolly/Major Deals".
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Espresso: Fiorenzato Briccoletta,...
Grinder: Mazzer Mini, Solis 166
Vac Pot: none
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Posted Wed Mar 16, 2005, 6:40pm
Subject: Re: Briccoletta paired with Rocky or with Mazzer... which one?
 

Hi,
just wondering how you are doing with your Briccoletta.  I just bought one too.

 
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