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Hi everyone, Since this thread... "Decaf Coffee Suggestions" ...has been closed I thought I would revive it with a new one. I recently had the chance to enjoy a bag of Presidio Decaf Espresso from Dune in Santa Barbara and it was remarkable. I used it for filter coffee and it's excellent. High level of sweetness, and notes that are relatively present and distinct for a Decaf. Plus no &qu...
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Your parts list is correct and would fit your machine, but I would recommend either spending your money on 58mm SSP burrs instead or just getting a different grinder... the mini manual grinders often suffer from stalling under load when trying to turn aggressive 64mm burrs. I got my used SJ for cheaper than the cost of the burr carriers you listed, and with the momentum I'm seeing in high quality ...
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Not sure if it will help, but my recipe was 19g (after sifting) with the Forte BG and 300mL water on a Stag X using a Kalita 185 filter. I don't remember what my drawdown was, but I believe it was more than 2:40. Temp on my kettle was 96C
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If they get the alignment right and it's compatible with SSP burrs, this could be a great grinder fir not a lot of money. I like the design too, and it appears to be quite small.
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Clumps is not the reason for WDT in this case, but rather to mix the grounds since the first beans not subject to popcorning will grind differently to the last beans left in the hopper. Could be something more in play because even handgrinders seem to benefit from WDT. Getting back to the original question.. I think a difference in pour characteristics was mentioned already in the Titan Grinder Pr...