New Mazzer grinder announcement - Mazzer Philos - Page 33

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Steveholt
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#321: Post by Steveholt »

Where is this available for pre order in Europe actually?

It definitely looks like a market competitor for the Zerno

morris_s
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#322: Post by morris_s »

Steveholt wrote:Where is this available for pre order in Europe actually?
One German shop at least, from the looks of it:

https://www.mobacoffee.de/Mazzer-Philos-Schwarz-I200D
Maurice

JeffNYC
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#323: Post by JeffNYC »

PPapa wrote:From the review posted above, I200D are high clarity burrs (more unimodal, would be good for filter, and anything up to medium) and I189D are traditional burrs for dark roasts.
How do these "map" to SSP burrs? The I200D looks like SSP Unimodal/MP and the I189D looks like SSP High Uniformity? I thought the latter would be more clear (less fines) with MP more varied and more body? But the descriptions to these burrs are consistent with with Lagom decision tree graphic, so I have it backwards?

I usually do medium and a bit darker and like the espresso I get now (good body, chocolate), but curious if I would like the other even more.

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#324: Post by malling replying to JeffNYC »

MP and UM are high clarity, the UM was the original version and MP is version 2 that allows better and more control in espresso but it did sacrifice a bit on the quality in the cup at brewed. Both are inspired by the Kenia burrs and those the same is mazzer version. The only review so far say it has less clarity than MP but gain some more sweetness, but it will still be more clarity focused than Lab Sweet and even more with traditional style espresso burrs.

The other is an improved Mazzer Mini burr, meaning it's very old school and traditional espresso burrs.

Steveholt
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#325: Post by Steveholt »

morris_s wrote:One German shop at least, from the looks of it:

https://www.mobacoffee.de/Mazzer-Philos-Schwarz-I200D
Thanks

1100e. Interesting

LewBK
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#326: Post by LewBK »

Extensive balanced review. Worth watching:

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#327: Post by Capuchin Monk »

LewBK wrote:Extensive balanced review. Worth watching:
"Words travel faster than feet", they say. Online words travel even faster, I would say. 8) New Mazzer grinder announcement - Mazzer Philos

LewBK
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#328: Post by LewBK »

Ah, didn't see that. Sorry about the repeat!

GymbroJones
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#329: Post by GymbroJones »

A few more early impressions based on the first iteration which seem positive:

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#330: Post by Capuchin Monk »

"auger is not a pre breaker, it is a pre demolisher". :lol: