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  • New Product Spotlight: Baratza Sette 270Wi

    The Baratza Sette 270Wi offers a few great improvements of the 270W. The old model was the first grinder to feature Acaia technology in the grinder itself. If you've never heard of Acaia, they make excellent scales specifically for weighing coffee. This means that you can save tablespace by combining grinder and scale, a great option for those working with smaller kitchens. Because the grinder is adjustable you can also grind into a plastic container (included in the box) instead of a portafilter. This flexibility makes the Wi a solid choice for grinding for pourover as well. The Wi operates on the high quality conical steel burrs you'd expect from a high end grinder.

    Intelligent Technology

    The original 270W featured two circuit boards, one that measured weight and one that controlled grinding. This led to a slight delay in start and stop time for grinding. The 270Wi combines these two processes in one circuit board, resulting in much more accurate grinds to the weigh you set.

    The Wi also learns as you grind. If you set grind weight at 22 grams and the grinder under grinds to 21.4 grams, it'll compensate on the next grind. If it then over grinds it'll compensate back. While this process can take a few grinds to dial in, eventually it'll nail your target weight every time.

    Improved Usability

    The other addition to the Wi is the pulse feature. This allows you to pulse a little extra coffee into your container or portafilter. You could also, in theory, pulse an entire grind if you want to circumvent the automatic grinding.

    Additionally, you can stop and restart automatic grinding without fear of the grinder restarting the grind process and over grinding.

    Finally, slight modifications to grind speed has resulted in a minor noise reduction over the W as well.

    Our early tests with the 270Wi have been quite promising. You can check out what our resident expert Gail has to say about the Wi in our crew review below, and order one for yourself here!

     

  • Crew Comparison: Baratza Sette 270W vs Eureka Atom

    What a year for grinders! Out of all the grinders released in 2016, none have excited us as much as the Baratza Sette 270W and the Eureka Atom. Of course, you know about the Baratza Sette 270W and its entry-level brother, the 270. Baratza kicked off SCAA 2016 by announcing the Sette and it quickly built hype amongst home brewers. The Eureka Atom? It flew under the radar. But we want to change that! Both these grinders deserve a place in a home barista’s kitchen for very different reasons. But which one’s right for you?
  • Crew Comparison: Baratza Sette 270 and Sette 270W

    The anticipated Baratza Sette 270 and 270W have finally been released for home barista’s kitchens. Have you gotten your hands on one of the Settes? If you haven’t, you’re not alone! Both grinders are in high-demand and it’s no surprise why. Baratza built both the Sette 270 and 270W with the hardware to grind efficiently and quickly—3.5 to 5.5 grams per second!
  • Crew Comparison: Eureka Atom vs Baratza Forté AP

    Owning a commercial grinder for your home can step up your espresso game. We know it might sound crazy, but trust us! Many professional baristas have come to us praising the benefits of a using a commercial grinder with their home espresso machine. These grinders are built with hardware that can hold up to repeated use and the features to quickly get the job done! Whether it’s handling your espresso crave or entertaining your guests, the Baratza Forté AP Grinder and Eureka Atom Grinder are two commercial grinders you need to check out!
  • Crew Review: Baratza Sette 270W

    After months of weighty anticipation, Baratza released the Baratza Sette 270W and 270 in late October 2016. We know there’s a lot of you still waiting for their grinder, so while you wait, check out this updated review on the Baratza Sette 270W.
  • Crew Review: Baratza Encore Grinder

    How Does It Compare?

    Functionally adept yet simple, the Baratza Encore is an entry-level grinder that wows home brewers with ground coffee for multiple brew methods. People have been calling the Encore the go-to grinder for home brewing since it’s release. And that’s sometimes all you need: an entry-level grinder that can make coffee for your French press or your V60.

    Baratza’s reputation creates jitters—not caused by caffeine—amongst its loyal fans and newbie followers like the release of the Baratza Sette 270. Chances are you’ve heard of the Sette 270 (and if you haven’t that’ll change soon). These are two completely different machines, but the following on the Sette 270 alone should have you taking a second glance at its introductory sibling, the Encore. If you’re just starting to make coffee at home, the Encore is an excellent choice as your go-to grinder.

    The Baratza Encore is a sleek, tailored machine designed for home grinding. The Baratza Encore is a sleek, tailored machine designed for home grinding.

    Use-Friendly Grinding

    The Baratza Encore has adjustable grind settings, an on and off switch, and manual grinding button. That’s it. You’re unencumbered by extra settings and can get right down to business. And getting down to business—also known as dialing in your grinds—takes no effort. Twist the bean hopper to one of its 40 settings and take your coffee through a test brew. Sure, 40 seems like a low number, but it can grind from a range between 250 and 1200 microns for a variety of brew methods.

    The Encore features 40 grinder settings for more ways to dial in your grind. The Encore features 40 grinder settings for more ways to dial in your grind.

    French Press To Espresso

    We recommend the Baratza Encore for French press, drip, pour over and espresso—well, sort of. While we would recommend the Baratza Encore with a pressurized portafilter, we wouldn’t recommend it with non-pressurized portafilter espresso machines. If you’re new to brewing espresso, you might be wondering why that is. A pressurized portafilter will reach the correct pressure in the portafilter basket before the espresso is released, ensuring you a better tasting shot. Of course, you’ll still want to play with the grind setting if your espresso isn’t to taste. The Encore might be hard pressed to adjust in its finer settings

    Grind Size

    Built with 40mm conical steel burrs, the Baratza Encore can grind from French press to espresso (with a pressurized portafilter). On the coarsest setting, the Encore had a few fines with the coarser grounds. This is pretty typical of grinders: the coarser you go the more inconsistency you’ll see in a grinder. When we moved a couple settings inward from the coarsest, we saw an improvement in consistency.

    The more fine we went, the better the Encore’s consistency improved—decent enough for espresso! Try it out on the finest settings and run your fingers through the grounds. Feels like table salt, right? For espresso, the grind size you’d want would be finer than that; that said, this would work in a pressurized portafilter.

    Efficiency and Noise Level

    The sweet silent grinding of the Baratza Encore wins over our ears. In 2012, Baratza upgraded the Encore’s Gearbox (GB.2.0) for faster, sturdier and quieter performance. Coupled with a high torque motor, the burrs run at a steady 450 RPM (rotations per minute) to reduce noise and heat—you don’t want to roast your beans when you’re grinding. The GB 2.0 also has a thermal threshold to cut power to the gears, saving the Encore from overheating.

    Home Size

    The Baratza Encore’s compact size opens up much-needed counter space for your coffee maker. Its petite stature is 13 inches tall by 6 inches deep and 5 inches wide—a perfect fit for apartments or a small office break room. The Encore’s matte black casing and simple functionality have reduced the costs while still creating a grinder that’s easy on the eyes.

    The Encore comes with a grounds catcher that helps keep your counter cleaner. The Encore comes with a grounds catcher that helps keep your counter cleaner.

    Conclusion

    The Baratza Encore compact, efficient and quiet grinding has given it a fan following for entry-level grinders. If you’re just beginning your coffee setup, the Encore is an excellent choice for the price and capabilities you’ll see from this small home grinder.

  • Crew Comparison: Baratza Encore vs OXO Barista Brain Grinder

    How Does It Compare?

    You’ve probably heard the grind is the most important part. You’d be right! From pour over to French press, the Baratza Encore and OXO Barista Brain Conical Burr Grinder are two grinders that are up to the challenge! If you’ve been searching for beginner’s grinders, we bet the Encore has popped up a couple of times. It’s been around for years and with Baratza’s reputable name and quality build, it has been a consistent favorite amongst home brewers.

    The Barista Brain came to the market about a year ago and made its home with other entry-level grinders. With its user-friendly operation and extra features like a built-in scale, people just starting to build their coffee setup were drawn to the Barista Brain. If you’re in the market for an entry-level grinder, check out these two and see which one is right for you.

     

    The Baratza Encore is a sleek, tailored machine designed for home grinding. The Baratza Encore is a sleek, tailored machine designed for home grinding.
    OXOBaristaBrain_front Check out the OXO Barista Brain Conical Burr Grinder!

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    Smart Settings

    The Baratza Encore and OXO Barista Brain both come equipped with 40mm conical steel burrs. For entry-level grinders, that’s not half bad! What it comes down to is how they use what their manufacturers gave them. The Encore has 40 macro settings to dial in a variety of different coffees. The straightforward design complements beginner baristas by removing all the guesswork—you’ll always find your spot! And it’s all manually operated, so it's all stop and go as you please.

    The Encore's manual button. The Encore's manual button.

    The Barista Brain has some geeky qualities that add more guidance than the Encore. Turn this grinder on and the controls light up like a Christmas tree. And we bet you’ll think it’s Christmas with all the different brew methods this machine can do! You can select the portafilter, grams or cups to use with each brew. Plus, with 15 macro and an additional five settings near the chute, the Barista Brian dials in fast. That said, the Barista Brain’s 15+ settings don’t offer as much to work with compared to the Encore’s 40 adjustments.

    The Barista Brain features a portafilter, gram and cup setting for quick dosing. The Barista Brain features a portafilter, gram and cup setting for quick dosing.

    Built-in Scale

    The Barista Brain’s built-in scale gives it a leg up over the competition. Using the grams application, you can set the amount of coffee and it will grind until the correct weight is reached—that’s it! And as we know, for the best brew, weighing the grams is essential. The convenient scale makes it effortless for entry-level home brewers to learn brewing ratios.

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    Brew Method

    Both the Baratza Encore and OXO Barista Brain grind for French press, drip, pour over, Chemex or even a pressurized portafilter! But both are definitely not fine enough for non-pressurized portafilters. Even if you did use the finest setting, both grinders wouldn’t be able to offer enough adjustments to properly dial-in. Since both are entry-level grinders, it's no surprise that they don’t grind well for espresso.

    The Encore features 40 grinder settings for more ways to dial in your grind. The Encore features 40 grinder settings for more ways to dial in your grind.

    Grind Size

    In a comparison of the finest grind size, both the Barista Brain and the Encore were neck and neck with consistency. And as we've discussed, the finest settings was still too granular for espresso. That said, at the coarsest setting the Encore came out ahead with consistent grounds. The coarsest setting can be hard for a grinder! And for the Barista Brain, we ended up with a lot of fine grounds mixed in with our chunky coffee. While it is still fine for French press, it’ll probably leave more grit and silt in your cup like a typical French press.

    With 15 macro settings and an additional five micro, the Barista Brain is easy to dial in. With 15 macro settings and an additional five micro, the Barista Brain is easy to dial in.

    Glamour

    Small Footprint

    The Baratza Encore’s uniformed design looks sleek and stylish in barista’s homes. It definitely helps to have a small footprint—the Encore is 13 inches tall, six inches deep and a not-so-staggering five inches wide. Overall, the only thing that seems to stick out is the Encore’s 8-ounce bean hopper.

    The Encore comes with a grounds catcher that helps keep your counter cleaner. The Encore comes with a grounds catcher that helps keep your counter cleaner.

    The OXO Barista Brain Conical Burr Grinder isn’t too shabby in size either! The only difference is it’s a long machine at nine inches deep—that’s three extra inches on the Encore! In fact, the rest of it is just a tad bigger than the Encore, including the 16-ounce bean hopper. And is it ever really bad to have a bigger bean hopper? We don’t think so.

    Long and slim, the Barista Brain has an ergonomic design. Long and slim, the Barista Brain has an ergonomic design.

    Conclusion

    If you’re looking for the perfect beginner grinder, check out the Baratza Encore and OXO Barista Brain Grinder. Both are great grinders for French press, pour over, Chemex, drip brewing and even in a pressurized portafilter. Share what grinder you’d take home in the comments below.

  • Crew Comparison: Baratza Forte AP vs Rocket Espresso Fausto

    How Does It Compare?

    The grind is one of the most important steps to making coffee you love at home. This week, we compared two magnificent, high-end grinders: the Rocket Espresso Macinatore Fausto and Baratza Forté AP. Both machines fall into the same price range but are equipped with radically different features. The Fausto’s burly burrs and infinite stepless grinder adjustments dose consistent grounds perfect for espresso—but the Fausto’s really just for espresso. Once you’ve homed in your ideal setting, you’ll only tweak it slightly or you risk losing your place.

    Then we have Baratza’s only commercial-designed machine, the Forté AP. The Forté AP (All Purpose) fine-tuned and marked grinder settings make it effortless for baristas and home brewers alike to find their sweet spot. We should add that the Forté AP has a wicked quick motor that grinds beans in a matter of seconds! But don’t let stepped or stepless grinding dissuade you—we think both grinders would look good seated on your kitchen counter! Find out which grinder has the right features and style for you.

    The Baratza Forté AP features an intuitive digital display and 260 stepped grinder settings. The Baratza Forté AP features an intuitive digital display and 260 stepped grinder settings.
    The Rocket Espresso Fausto features stepless grinding to allow limitless adjustments. The Rocket Espresso Fausto features stepless grinding to allow limitless adjustments.

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    Sure, these high-end grinders are designed to be used in a commercial environment, but that doesn’t mean small offices or homes shouldn’t reap the benefits! The Rocket Espresso Fausto is a meaty machine topped with a 1.4-pound bean hopper to caffeinate a crowd. All those beans are no match for the 65mm flat steel burrs and a beefy motor that runs 1650 RPMs (rotations per minute). All that’s left is dialing in the Fausto. Some fear stepless grinders because of the limitless adjustments. While the dial turns easily, you should be aware that each turn makes a huge difference in the grind—you can be nearly there and then way out of the ballpark instantly!  Although, once you find the right spot, you won’t be adjusting the Fausto much.

    The Fausto features two programmable time-based doses and a small digital display. The Fausto features two programmable time-based doses and a small digital display.

    In comparison, the Baratza Forté AP adjust quickly and effortlessly thanks to 10 macro and 26 micro stepped settings—that’s 260 options! In a few clicks, it can grind from espresso to French press! With that in mind, the stepped adjustments are well-suited for the Forté AP—an abbreviation of all purpose. And it really is all-purpose! Even at the coarsest setting, the 54mm ceramic flat burrs efficiently grind consistent grounds. While it’s burrs are a bit smaller than the Fausto’s, the motor runs at steady 1950 RPMs—or an average of 3.5 to 3.7 grams per second for French press.

    The Forté AP features time, weight and manual grinding controlled by the digital display. The Forté AP features time, weight and manual grinding controlled by the digital display.

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    The Rocket Espresso Fausto’s doserless chute and stainless steel portafilter holder are designed for espresso. The Fausto’s consistently fine grounds works with non-pressurized portafilters on a semi-automatic espresso machine. With limitless adjustments, we’d recommend pairing the Fausto with the Rocket Espresso R60V, which features pressure profiling. Together, these machines offer coffee connoisseurs countless opportunities to tweak their espresso. And with two programmable time-based buttons, you can save your ideal dosage for a single or double shot.

    The Fausto is designed for espresso featuring a doserless chute and portafilter holder. The Fausto is designed for espresso featuring a doserless chute and portafilter holder.

    The Baratza Forté AP’s has a trick up its sleeve. When you’re in a hurry, use one of your three programmable profiles and dose your grind with the touch of a button—oh yeah, did we mention it has a touchscreen display? The Forté AP doses grinds by weight, time or manually (perfect for topping off). Bonus: You can use the profiles to save both weight and time doses! However, weight-based dosage only works with the grounds bin—a great companion for a drip brewer. The Forté AP also comes with a portafilter holder, so you can grind directly for espresso!

    The Forté AP comes with a removable portafilter holder and a grounds container. The Forté AP comes with a removable portafilter holder and a grounds container.

    Glamour

    The Baratza Forté AP’s modern style and user-friendly interface make it one of our favorite high-end grinders. The combination of the touchscreen and tactile grinder settings allow us to make quick adjustments that satisfy home brewers and baristas need. Baristas working the peak morning shift will rejoice with the programmable doses—and their customers will appreciate a quick cup! Coffee lovers who enjoy French press and espresso will find it a snap to brew both.

    With a one-pound bean hopper on top, the Fausto has a large footprint. With a one-pound bean hopper on top, the Fausto has a large footprint.

    While the Forté AP is built for commercial settings, it’s actually closer to the size of home machines. Now can you see this high-end grinder in your home? We can! On the other hand, the Rocket Espresso Fausto is considerably bigger—nearly three inches taller. It might not sound like much, but the Fausto is nearly 18 inches tall and 11 inches deep. However, most of the Fausto’s height is from the one-pound bean hopper. In comparison, the Forté AP has 10-ounces hopper, so you’ll have to decide what features is important for you. The Forté AP’s small footprint would fit perfectly in a coffee cart or studio office while the Fausto would support a local café.

    Conclusion

    While both grinders fall in the same price point and are marked for commercial use, the Rocket Espresso Fausto and Baratza Forté AP are completely different machines. The Forté AP features an intuitive touchscreen that saves your three favorite settings—perfect for cafés or home brewers—and 260 grinder adjustments. The Rocket Espresso Fausto is designed for espresso and showcases its capable 65mm burrs with its stepless adjustments.

    Thanks for checking out this week’s Crew Comparison. If you’re looking for a high-end grinder, naturally you’ll want a high-end espresso machine to complement it! Check out Gear Guide: Top Three High-End Espresso Machines.

  • Top Three Coffee Grinders Under $200

    The Round Up

    Shopping for a coffee grinder on a budget? We’ve got you covered! We picked out our top three budget grinders under $200; the Breville Dose Control Pro, Baratza Encore and Hario Skerton Coffee Mill. First on our list is the Breville Dose Control Pro as our favorite entry-level espresso grinder. It’s one of the cheapest grinders we have that’ll grind fine enough for a non-pressurized portafilter. For every day grinding from French press to drip, the Baratza Encore impresses baristas with its intuitive controls and consistent grind at a great price point. Lastly, the Hario Skerton Coffee Mill is a hand grinder that offers the best value on a budget. Lets check out the features and functionalities of these budget grinders.

    Espresso Grinder: Breville Dose Control Pro

    For under $200, the Breville Dose Control Pro blows us away with its grinding capabilities. It grinds consistently and fine enough to work for non-pressurized portafilters. Even at coarse settings, the Dose Control is consistent! This is hands-down our SCG Pick for a budget espresso grinder. With only 60 grind settings, we were excited over how easy it was to dial in on a Rocket Premium Plus (not to mention the delicious shots)! For even more control over your grind, Breville included additional adjustment settings beneath the hopper.

    Another feature we love on the Dose Control is the adjustable timer that grinds for up to 50 seconds. With the start/cancel button, you can also pause or manually grind when you need to. Breville continues their focus on crafting a great user experience and included two portafilter holders in 54mm and 58mm sizes. They’ve even included an adjustable dosing tool that levels off loose grounds in your portafilter for an even tamp—now that’s great service!

    Everyday Grinder: Baratza Encore

    For general use grinding, we turn to the Baratza Encore. Built with 40mm conical steel burrs and a steady 450 RPM motor, the Encore turns out consistent grinds without excess heat—an excellent feature with steel burrs! This stepped grinder features 40 settings consistent even at French press settings. This grinder can also work for an espresso machine with a pressurized portafilter—sorry coffee friends, it’s just not fine enough for non-pressurized. That said, the Encore would be the perfect entry-level grinder for beginners or casual coffee drinkers.

    One of our favorite design elements on the Encore is the bidirectional power switch. No matter which way you turn the switch, it’s either on or off. The overall style of the Encore is complementary to its entry-level price-point. It’s all plastic, which creates some unwelcome coffee static. However, its compact design makes it an easy fit in any home barista’s kitchen. If you’re on a budget, the Encore’s affordability and features make it a strong choice.

    Budget Friendly: Hario Skerton Coffee Mill

    The Hario Skerton Coffee Mill is the perfect companion for in the kitchen or on the road! It’s compact, reliable and user-friendly design makes it our go-to budget grinder. The Skerton features conical ceramic burrs ideal for pour over or drip brewing. However, we did notice that the coarser we went, the less consistent the grind got (French press fanatics beware). And while the Skerton is able to go fine enough for espresso, its burr locking mechanism makes it difficult to set at a just-right grind. And, in our opinion, it takes more time and effort to grind for a shot than we’re willing to spend.

    Still, the Skerton’s lighter weight and ergonomic shape make it a comfortable fit in your hands. The Skerton also has a glass container that helps reduce coffee static and limits the mess—a blessing if you know what we mean! Pro tip: if you’re an Aeropress brewer, you’ll find that the upper portion of the grinder fits almost perfectly over the Aeropress’ brew chamber! Speaking of, the upper portion is built with plastic, but we see that as a positive feature since it reduces the overall weight and makes it less likely to break. The hopper holds up to 80 grams of coffee (or four Aeropresses worth) to get the day started with a couple of fresh cups of coffee.

    Conclusion

    That’s it for our top three budget grinders! Each grinder has affordable features and functionalities that offer home baristas much-needed options. If you’re looking for an espresso grinder, then the Breville Dose Control Pro is our recommended pick for you to take home. For everything else from French press to pour over, the Baratza Encore and Hario Skerton Coffee Mill are both great options.

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  • Crew Review: Baratza Forté AP Grinder

     

    How Does It Compare?

    Whether you’re in the mood for French press or espresso, there’s one's grinder that can handle it all: the Baratza Forté AP. With time, weight and manual grinding accessible on the touch-activated digital display, the Forté AP (All Purpose) is the perfect companion for small cafés, offices or even coffee aficionados! Even though it’s in Baratza’s commercial lineup, it has none of the bulk at just over 14-inches tall—almost the same height as the Baratza Vario-W! Baratza designed the Vario-W for the home brewer with 230 grinder adjustments and weight-based grinding—which you shouldn’t dismiss at all! However, the Forté AP has feature and functionality upgrades that support the high demand in a commercial setting. If you plan on using your grinder continuously throughout the day, we’d recommend checking out the Forté AP.

    The Baratza Forté AP features an intuitive digital display and 260 stepped grinder settings.

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    The Baratza Forté AP is equipped with all the right features and equipment to support a bustling café. The programmable and user-friendly digital display makes sure baristas can quickly grind the right dosage and spend less time dialing in the beans—that’s essential when you’re in a rush! Save up to three favorite settings under both time and weight-based grinding for anything from espresso to French press. To grind using the weight button, use the grounds container to balance on the scale located at the bottom. We recommend using the weight-based setting for pour over or drip brewing. Then use the portafilter holder and time-based grinding for espresso.

    The Forté AP features time, weight and manual grinding controlled by the digital display. The Forté AP features time, weight and manual grinding controlled by the digital display.

    While we’re praising the Forté AP as Baratza’s commercial grinder, it's packed with features we think home baristas would love! With 10 macro and 26 micro stepped adjustments (all marked for your convenience), home baristas will have no problem finding the sweet spot for new brews! And the Forté AP quickly grinds through beans thanks to the 54mm ceramic flat burrs—we know, those are some big burrs. That said, those larger burrs produce an average of 2-grams per second for espresso—a feature home and café baristas will love!

    Grade

    Thanks to the 260 grinder settings, the Baratza Forté AP can easily grind from French press to espresso. In addition, it a removable portafilter holder and grounds bin, which we love to see on a grinder at this caliber! It’s one feat for a grinder to be able to grind for espresso and French press and even better to provide the accessories to make it effortless. The portafilter holder snaps into the front of the grinder, but unfortunately, doesn’t interact with the scale, so we can’t use weight-based grinding with espresso. That said, it’s easily overlooked since the Forté AP also has time-based or manual grinding as options for different brew methods.

    The Forté AP features large 54mm ceramic flat burrs that easily grind through beans.

    Glamour

    The Baratza Forté AP’s intuitive display makes grinding smooth sailing from the moment you take it out of the box. The touchscreen actives at the touch of a finger with all the functionalities out in the open—nothing hidden here! And it’s easy to save your favorite settings; simply select the method, number and make the adjustments, then press and hold to save—just know it won’t save the macro or micro adjustments. Luckily, Baratza has each stepped marked from one to 10 and A to Z to make finding your grind setting a breeze each time!

    The Forté AP comes with a removable portafilter holder and a grounds container. The Forté AP comes with a removable portafilter holder and a grounds container.

    All these bells and whistles of the Forté AP are packed away into an attractive, sleek stainless steel case—even the portafilter holder is thick and sturdy metal! The metal casing also serves reduces noise, which is a welcomed feature since the motor has 70% more power than the Vario-W. We also mentioned earlier that even though the Forté AP is a commercial grinder, it’s only 14.2-inches tall! We expect it will clear kitchen cabinets and with its slim profile, it will slip onto the smallest café or home counter.

    Conclusion

    Whether you’re a small café, office or home barista, the Baratza Forté AP has something for everyone! Featuring 260 stepped settings and an intuitive display, it’s easy to dial in this grinder to make a cup of coffee you love. Tell us what you think of the Baratza Forté AP in the comments below.

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