yes, i want a variety of grinds. French press to espresso. can u recommend a cdn store with website that sells the baratza virtuoso. thanks for ur patience and help. in the mean time i will do a search.
Editor: Espressotec.com, Baratza, QCS, Greenbeanery.ca, etc
I've owned both grinders, and each one worked well (for me) for non-espresso brew. My two cents: if you intend to slide down the slippery slope of espresso, neither these grinders will suit you in the long run. Get one, enjoy it, but start saving your pennies for a grinder that's designed for espresso brewing.
he was comparing the pro line and virtuoso. however an other comment on the same thread to get the viruoso for espresso??
I cannot comment on anything that is pulled from another coffee website - these are Mark's opinions and valid from his perspective.
If you got to the Home-Barista website you will get an equally valid set of opinions.
You are here right now - and within this forum, the voices of the coffeecrew readers are equally valid.
But only you can decide what is right.
Yea, it is all confusing and there is a wealth of opinions and ideas on all these sites.
In the end, you are going to spend some money... and maybe have your heart broken along the way.
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