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I generally find I can get about 38 - 40 grams into the tall. How many cups will depend on your brewing method. I can do two decent sized mugs with my v60 with 28 grams of coffee. No experience with the mini but I'd be interested in the answer.
By CHRIS A on 27 April 2014
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I use this to make espresso which is pretty fine. The grinder can go even finer, so i suspect that it would be fine for turkish. Its a quality grinder ...
By Neil Young on 24 May 2014
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The handle only stays on the grinder while in use. It lifts off for storage.
By TechiePhil on 02 October 2015
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No difference. It's the same.
By Panagiotis on 01 July 2016
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I don't know for sure but I have used it for wheat, millet, kasha and other grains. It couldn't do barley very well though, as it's probably too soft.
By Mr. Simon A. Hailes on 25 November 2014
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By Andrew H. on 06 January 2014
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Yes, it can do 35+. But bear in mind that you have to manually grind. It will take longer and if the beans are hard it takes ages too. Also if you over fill you may not get an even grind.
By KayS on 10 May 2016
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No, never tried spices. Wonder if the coffe would taste of it though. Sure it could do it as the mechanism is pretty good.
By Bob S. on 30 April 2014
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