i found a barely used breville smart grinder in great condition at my local thrift shop and said what the hey, its not the pro, what grind setting
i just had a major fail! 18g of super crema in grind setting 11. the breville dual boiler has a pre-infusion of 7 sec. so shot clock starts with preinfusion. first drip
i don't come anywhere close to the finest grind setting and i have beautiful shots of espresso. i adjust the grinder by one level of fineness or
the breville smart grinder pro has 60 grind settings, electronic dosing, if you're brewing for espresso, the grinder comes with a 50-54mm and a 58mm
the breville smart grinder pro bcg820 has a medium setting that's rated fine grounds (usually the lower settings) are best for espresso.
breville recommends safety first 60 custom grind settings from espresso a feature of your smart grinder pro is the ability to extend this range with
so my current espresso set up is a breville smart grinder (the upgraded original, not the pro) paired with a via venezia. in an attempt to move up a little in the
having a hard time getting it dialed in for auto drip, i rarely make espresso (yes i know this grinder is used for espresso most often) and have had
features and functionality grind settings galore! adjustable top burr - by twisting off the top burr to manually adjust the grinders' default settings, you'll find you
grind settings allows you to go from the finest espresso to the coarsest french press. further extend the grinding range by tuning the adjustable upper burr to
grinds catcher catch grind overspill for easy clean up. removable for easy cleaning. k. cord wrap. l. grind size dial 25 grind settings from the finest espresso
i've been using my sgp with my moccamaster cup one for a few months and find it works well if you set the upper burr to the coarsest setting and about 50-52 on
etc. but, to your original question: i use size setting 5 on my bsg pro for a 20g dose in my bdb for a pull that includes 20-30 seconds of pre
hi everyone, i wonder if you guys have the breville smart grinder pro. does it grind fine enough for espresso, like the baratza sette? enough or be easily updated witha shim kit and the newer model has a built in adjustment to facilitate this.
noob w/ breville smart grinder pro and bambino plus -- settings. close. 2 start with some fresh roasted of your favorite espresso beans. get 2 lbs. two weeks
pros: the smart grinder pro's grind consistency is best among the four 60 grind adjustments (many of which are fine enough for espresso brewing). with the breville's generous hopper full and a medium grind setting, our
this is my first espresso machine, and just i'm learning to pull shots correctly. i can't go finer than a 17 on the smart grinder pro, or else the pressure gauge my same setup and they're grinding down to a 1 or 2 and pulling perfect shots.
for instance, at each coarseness setting, the grinder asks you to choose how much coffee you plan to make (listed in number of cups or espresso
i have the same setup, just with the non-pro flair. the breville does a fine job at making pretty good espresso with the flair. if you have it in your
at the start of last month, i wanted to get more out of my espresso machine. i was using my barista encore on the 0 setting, but was not getting it