Anybody wanting to check their grinder is dispensing the
correct amount of coffee would be interested in one of these clever little
gadgets. Until recently most baristas would rely on a flat bed set of battery
scales to weigh the coffee. This would typically involve taking a piece of
paper , weighing the paper then zeroing the scales before dispensing the coffee
onto the paper and returning the paper onto the scales for a measurement. This
was always a somewhat clumsy approach as coffee could be spilt, or the scales
could switch themselves off and the barista would have to start again.
Thankfully the new spoon scale removes the need for this
fiddly process. The spoon scale is pocket-sized and easy to use. Simply switch
the scale on and grind direct into the spoon receptor to gauge the coffee
weight. The spoon scale can weigh up to 30 grams and is accurate to 0.1g. These
are also inexpensive in comparison with the old style scales that could cost
anything up to £70 plus. Now every coffee geek can afford accurate scale and
make sure their grinder is in check.
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