Who got a Barazta Virtuoso?  That’s right. Me. Finally a grinder that doesn’t burn off a ton of calories early in the morning. This is exciting. More on the grinder later. I expect to have a whole review up soon. 


7 Responses to “Grinder’d”

  1. 1 Brendon Parsons August 19, 2007 at 6:03 pm

    Congrats on the grinder. By tomorrow afternoon, my Virtuoso will have traveled from Florida, to Washington, Vancouver, Anacortes, Seattle, and back to Florida. Never let me, or my French press, down. Looks good too.

    Let me know how you like yours.

  2. 2 joe agueci August 22, 2007 at 1:03 pm

    hey there. i’ve been working shifts at the wicked cafe with brad and arthur over the last while. i’ll be opening a coffee bar in eastern canada in the fall if everything goes well.

    i’m in cowtown today the 22nd and if there’s any chance you read this and can call or hook up please do. i’m here on other business but i’d love to chat and get your perspective on what makes a good cafe….and buy you a coffee!

    cheers…joe 604-290-7494

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