Re: Doserless Super Jolly
- From: Marshall <mrfuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 02 May 2007 03:39:25 GMT
On Tue, 01 May 2007 21:55:04 GMT, ross@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (D.
Doserless espresso grinders have been around forever (Bersten's book has a
photo of a nice commercial doserless from 1928), and even in the home
setting you could always take the grounds box off the Pavoni PGC and use it
as a doserless. The Rancilio Jacky was a doserless grinder as well. I have
a theory as to why they became so popular on the coffee groups, but it will
trigger an argument that I'm not really in the mood for.
- David R.
We just wound down a debate on this on Home-barista.com. I took the
anti-doserless (pro-doser?) position, citing the need for
anti-clumping, redistribution rituals that it creates.
The modern reason for doserless? That's easy. People obsessing about a
gram of the morning's leftover espresso polluting the afternoon's