Zassenhaus Coffee Grinder – Santiago

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Grind like your ancestors with the Zassenhaus Coffee Grinder – Santiago. Though styled like the vintage grinders you’d find in antique shops, this model’s outfitted with modern grinding technology to make it suitable for all coffee brewing methods.

The German-made stainless steel burrs are positioned well and strong enough to grind coffee for all methods from french press to espresso. A stepless grind setting adjuster gives you full control over the grind size and doesn’t limit you to a few predefined settings.

This Santiago coffee grinder is designed in vintage fashion and is sure to draw you and your guests into its classic design. It’s a sight to behold no matter which wooden model you choose: Varnished Beech, Beech Dark Stained, and Mahogany Stained.

If classic coffee grinders are your thing, this one’s going to leave you satisfied by its performance and appearance.

Zassenhaus Coffee Grinder – Santiago Features

Full Range Grinding Grind coffee for any method you’d like, from french press to espresso.

Stainless Steel Burrs Designed in Germany to stay sharp for ages.

Stepless Grind Adjustments Select your grind size from an infinite number of settings, giving you full control over your coffee.

Vintage Design Appeals to anyone with a classic taste for well crafted tools.

3 Wood Options – Choose between Varnished Beech, Beech Dark Stained, and Mahogany Stained to match your kitchen and style.

This product includes:

  • 1 x Zassenhaus Coffee Grinder – Santiago

The Specifics

  • Materials: Wood, Stainless Steel
  • Dimensions: 20 x 9 x 14 cm
  • Capacity: 30g
  • Burrs: Conical Stainless Steel

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