Wednesday, October 22, 2008

We need more grinders...


Maybe it's a little overkill but we might as well use them in stead of just storing them away.
Single Origin Espressos/Americanos of Kariaini, Kenya AA Top, Daterra Sweet Collection, Brazil and Idido, Yirgacheffe, Ethiopia has been served today.

10 comments:

MoBak said...

If you are running out of space, you can always store one away on my kitchen desktop ;)

alexander said...

that's fantastic!
love the fact that you're giving people a chance to try different and compare coffees!!!!

alexander

Tim Varney said...

must be a pain in the bum to clean them every night, and i thought 2 was bad enough... phew!

Klaus Thomsen said...

Hi Tim. Yeah, cleaning will be a pain. We won't have all of these forever though. Three should be plenty!
With a vacuum cleaner close by it's not that bad though. And we use the grindz tablets, so that makes it even easier.
I forgot to write that of course our espresso blend is also in one of the grinders (furthest left).

EPO said...

what do you thing about the Anfim compare to the Compak??

Nick said...

That's not overkill, that's delicious.

How hard is it to learn Danish?

Ben Kaminsky said...

I mean, if you're really pressed for space, you should just sell one of those to me for cheaps. (wink emoticon) Trade a grinder for some vac pots?

Klaus Thomsen said...

We had in Tim Wendelboe's espresso some day ago, next to straight Idido (Aricha microlots)-test, straight Finca Vista Hermosa (espresso roast) and Kariaini, Kenya (light french press roast). Yummy!!!

Gary said...

You can never have too many grinders!!!lol

Anne said...

Hey,

Just wanted to write to say I'm a big fan of your blog and column in barista mag. Hopefully one day I'll even get to come visit. Anyway just wanted to let you know I am an avid follower of the Coffee Collective's Success!

All the best,

Anne

 
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