Pardon my Dummheit = could be 'rong again, but the *$ burr grinders looke=
quite the same as the Bodum Antigua grinders. I remember some other grinder
with the same burrs
The burrs are all interchangeable with Solis Maestro, Maestro Plus from my
experience. The Solis Maestros have an added groove and split ring in the
lower OD of the upper burr. It may or may not do anything on Solis. Bodums
don't have it at all. I disremember the *$ thingies.
The burrs couldn't fit anything but a Solis or rebadged derivative matchine=
They're unlikely to build a whole different gearmotor to drive the same
burrs in a grinder they build for somebody else. Wouldn't be prudent.
Ford built the same basic engine in 332, 352, 361, 390, 406, 427 and 428
cubic inch displacements. Many were produced in several versions, from truc=
duty to Daytona- only racing trim. (My 406 was a Daytona homologation that
saw 12 hrs in a Chris- Craft speed boat before Mum got a thrill on grocery
trips in the family sedan!)
And I thought $0.43/gal for 115/145 avgas at the FBO was expensive!
"Yes, this thing flies- look at the engine. OK, OK- I'll pay the tax."
By the whey- Discarding the weed whacker coffee mills means you have no use
for a spice grinder or cracking black pepper that you will use directly-
fabulous! or keep a little in a baby food jar.
Add some incredible texture to bread loaves by substituting a couple of oz.
of cracked hard red winter wheat in your bread recipes. Play with the
recipes- don't pitch those spice grinders.
Cheers -RayO, aka Opa!
*Disclaimer:* Statements contained herein have not been evaluated by the
SCAA. This free advice is worth every penny and is not intended to diagnose=
treat, cure or ameliorate any roasting SNAFU. Always consult your
professional cupper to see if it's right for you… Discontinue use and tel=
your cupper if the cup develops off-flavors.