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Zassenhaus Santiago Manual Coffee Mill - Mahogany Beech Wood

Zassenhaus Santiago Manual Coffee Mill - Mahogany Beech Wood

Item Code: M-114637
Sugg. Price: $169.95 $149.95

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The Zassenhaus Santiago Manual Coffee Mill has a modern curved shape and is made of Beech wood with a mahogany finish and gold accents. The Zassenhaus carbon steel grinding mechanism is made in Germany and allows adjustment for grinds from coarse to super fine. The Santiago style is known as a knee grinder. You sit with the grinder between your knees and turn the crank to make easy work of grinding the coffee. This beautiful coffee mill provides you with the perfect tool to grind prior to brewing, preserving the delicate aroma of the coffee bean. The Santiago Mill is made in Germany.

Zassenhaus manual coffee mills have features developed from 150 years of manufacturing.
  • Conical burr grinder mechanism made of high grade and hardened steel, made in Germany
  • The delicate aroma of every bean is preserved thanks to no heat build-up
  • Infinite adjustment guarantees a consistent and uniform grind from coarse to super fine
  • Adjust the grind by turning the knurled adjustment knob located below the crank
  • 25 year warranty on the grinding mechanism
  • The "Santiago" model is made of beech wood and features a mahogany stained finish with gold accents
  • Made in Germany

MFPN: ZA-M040111
Brand: Zassenhaus
  • Dimensions: 5.5 x 3.5 x 7.8 inches
  • Capacity: 1.1 ounces
  • Beech wood, mahogany stained finish, gold accents
  • Carbon steel grinding mechanism made in Germany
  • Knurled adjustment nut is located below the crank: turn clockwise for coarse grind, turn counter clockwise for finer grind
  • Complete mill made in Germany
  • 25 year warranty on grinding mechanism

  • Expect to produce several grind tests before finding your exact preference for your style of coffee (French press to drip to espresso)
  • Don't confuse the adjustment knob under the handle with the nut that holds the handle in place
  • Clean grinds from the unit with a soft brush
  • It is not advisable to take the unit apart
  • It takes approximately two minutes to mill the coffee required for one cup

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