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Evening All,

 

Slightly random post - I wanted to pick the collective brain of the forum and hopefully find out a little more about my grinder.

 

I picked this up a couple of years ago and haven't been able to find out what model it is and if it's actually any good. Thoughts and feedback much appreciated.

 

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Thank you,

 

John

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You could do worse! Just not a lot


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You could do worse! Just not a lot

 

Ker-chick..... BOOOM!!!


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coffeechap.....I like your style sir.

 

Appologies for my unique explanation of the grinders qualities


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coffeechap.....I like your style sir.

 

Welcome to the forum tomatoe, there's been far worse grinders suggested for use on this forum. :)

 

http://coffeeforums.co.uk/showthread.php?t=8789


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Think I got off let off lightly then!

 

Question - Am I better off using a Porlex than the Cunill for an aeropress grind?

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Appologies for my unique explanation of the grinders qualities

 

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This possibly is one of them? ;)


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Evening All,

 

Slightly random post - I wanted to pick the collective brain of the forum and hopefully find out a little more about my grinder.

 

I picked this up a couple of years ago and haven't been able to find out what model it is and if it's actually any good. Thoughts and feedback much appreciated.

 

IMG_20150621_114932582_HDR

IMG_20150621_114845185_HDR

 

Thank you,

 

John

 

Serious answer time. :D

 

Looks like the previous generation of the Cunill Tauro.

 

As a grinder, it's ok. The doser is utter parp though.


If I stop drinking the coffee, I stop doing the standing and the walking and the words-into-sentences putting.

 

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I was warned off one of these. I believe CamV6 has personal experience, why not contact him and get his feedback.


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gawd, thats one ugly grinder.....

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