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- Burrs upgraded
- Extremely versatile with 40 grind settings
- Excellent brew grinder used by baristas everywhere
- Very good espresso grinder
- Compact foot print, low height makes it ideal for kitchen use.
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|Item Dimensions||15 x 6.5 x 13.5 cm||—||15.98 x 11.99 x 34.98 cm||16 x 13 x 26 cm||21 x 17 x 30 cm||—|
|Item Weight||3.25 kg||—||3.1 kg||1.5 kg||1.95 kg||—|
|Material||—||Stainless Steel||—||Plastic||—||Stainless Steel|
|Wattage||110 watts||165 watts||110 watts||110 watts||—||165 watts|
The Virtuoso lives up to its name by providing technical skill, classic style and a consistent, quality grind. Grinding for espresso? Let the Virtuoso's professional-grade 40mm conical burrs perform their magic for a consistent, fine grind. How about a French Press? The Virtuoso can handle that too, with a particle size uniformity that gives you consistency from cup to cup. In fact, the Virtuoso is so consistent at both the coarse and fine ends of the grind range that we consider it to be in a class all by itself - and so do many of the micro- and specialty-roasters who swear by it. The secret to the Virtuoso's consistent, smooth grind is two-fold: an efficient DC motor keeps your beans cool, even during extended grind times, while a combination of electric and gear speed reducers slow the burr to 450 RPM, ensuring a smooth bean feed and reducing noise, heat and static buildup. The Virtuoso's exterior is just as finely tuned as its interior - a convenient front-mounted pulse button allows for grinding directly into an espresso filter basket, while a 60-second timer means that it's easy to replicate the ideal grind time. With the Virtuoso, the look goes beyond merely functional. A sculptured metal top and base give this grinder an expensive, elegant image that adds a sense of class and quality to kitchen counters and coffee shop workspaces alike. When you want it all, the Virtuoso is the grinder that will get you there with function, elegance, and style.
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|Baratza Encore Conical Burr Grinder||Baratza Virtuoso Conical Burr Grinder||Baratza Preciso Conical Burr Grinder|
|Application||All Purpose||All Purpose||All Purpose|
|Burr (M2 burrs produce a grind with less fines)||40 mm Burr Steel (M1)||40 mm Burr Steel (M1)||40 mm Burr Steel (M2)|
|Grind Range (Microns)||250 to 1200||200 to 1400||200 to 1400|
|Steps of Adjustment||40||40||40 macro x 11 micro = 440|
|Speed of Grind||0.8 to 1.1 g/sec||1.5 to 2.4 g/sec||1.5 to 2.4 g/sec|
|Standard Bean Hopper Capacity||8 oz (227 g)||8 oz (227 g)||8 oz (227 g)|
|Grounds Bin Capacity||5 oz (142 g)||5 oz (142 g)||5 oz (142 g)|
|Weight||7 lbs (3.1 kg)||8 lbs (3.6 kg)||8 lbs (3.6 kg)|
|Dimensions WxHxD||12 x 35 x 16 cm||12 x 35 x 16 cm||12 x 35 x 16 cm|
|Manual Brewing (Chemex, V60, Aeropress) / Espresso||Good / Good||Very Good / Very Good||Very Good / Very Good with Dial In|
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The only thing I don't like about it is the timer dial for the grind, it's not precise at all- you have to get the knack for it after some experimenting.
We purchased the Virtuoso (after much deliberation) as opposed to a stepless grinder as we tend to brew a few different coffee types (espresso, pour-over, & immersion stuff like AeroPress). Having used it a lot over the initial time we've had the machine, so far we're delighted. On initial use we ground a freshly roasted (within a couple of days) espresso blend of beans at the low end of the suggested setting for espresso (a 2), only to find the coffee coming out more like Turkish. This is a good thing, as it put any worries we'd had about espresso performance to bed. Having dialled it in as well as you can on a stepless grinder (including finding it choked the machine on slightly higher settings), we've been pulling great non-bitter 25ish second double shots in unpressurised baskets on around a 6. We've also had a very consistent grind for pour-over at a higher setting, albeit with a few fines and the odd bit of chaff (you could blame the roaster on the latter), and managed to return to our espresso setting with no woe. As a side, it's a great looking device that pairs nicely with our Gaggia Classic, and is much quieter than expected too.
If you're going to regularly change grind settings, and at the espresso end of the scale don't mind not having maximum control over dialling in the settings, for the price I couldn't recommend this more.
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