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For a conical burr hand grinder, the best is said to be the Comandante, but I've not tried that myself. I've used the Kinu M47 with pourover burrs, and the OE Lido 2. The Kinu makes understated (some might say boring) coffee, but it's pretty inoffensive and blandly sweet. The Lido brings out the character more and has a bit more acid bite. I use an OE Apex these days, and that's the best I've tried so far: it's said to be on par with the Comandante, but is a ghost tooth flat burr grinder, so I expect its particle distribution to be pretty different than a conical burr grinder's.Anyone have recommendations for a good a hand grinder for v60?
Yup. I dig how sweet my cups are.Anybody brewing with the Hario Switch these days?
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These things finally came back in stock on the Hario website, managed to snag the larger 03 size. Gotta say that in only a few short days of use, the switch fully dethroned the Kalita Wave as my new pourover brewer of choice. That full immersion really adds a ton of character and body. Interested in trying a cloth or metal filter next