In 1950's MAZZER LUIGI S.R.L. was established as a precision machine workshop and became the topmost manufacturer of commercial coffee grinders and grinder-dosers in few years. Today, Mazzer grinders and grinder-dosers are distributed in over 70 countries and have obtained the prestigious marks VDE (European market) and ETL (U.S. and Canadian market) significant for the safety of the grinders and for the alimentary compatibility of the materials.
The Mazzer Mini E Burr Grinder is the ideal choice for an espresso enthusiasts home, a busy cafe or a sophisticated office. The Mazzer Mini E is an electronic coffee grinder with automatic single and double dosage. It grinds on demand, so every dose of coffee is fresh. FEATURES:
Stepless Grind Settings
With its stepless micrometrical grinding adjustment, the Mazzer Mini E is capable of very fine adjustments to get your espresso grind just right. Fineness levels can be easily changed using the grind adjustment disc located below the hopper. Turn the grind adjustment disc clockwise to decrease fineness and counterclockwise to increase fineness.Heavy-duty Motor and Grinding Burrs
The unit is powered by a 250 watt motor, which spins the grinding burrs at 1600 RPM. The motor is shock-mounted, meaning there will be no vibration. It also has a thermal overload switch that will automatically shut down the motor if it begins to overheat. The Mazzer Mini E features 64mm commercial grade steel burrs to crush the large quantities of coffee quicker while imparting very little heat to the freshly ground coffee, thereby preserving its true flavor.Large Capacity Bean Hopper
It includes a large bean hopper made of clear plastic with a black plastic lid, so that your coffee beans stay fresh as they are protected from the ambient air. It can hold up to 1.3 lbs of beans and an integrated trap door allows for easy changing of beans without emptying.Accessories
The Mazzer Mini E comes with a detailed instruction manual and a stainless steel grounds tray.Please Note:
Most Mazzer grinders are tested before they leave the factory, so it’s normal to find coffee grounds in them.