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Four Barrel Coffee: Easy Way to Set the Grind on a Hario Skerton

The Hario Skerton mill is quickly becoming a favorite of coffee professionals. It’s imported from Japan, and consequently, there are no instructions in English. The included literature informs the user that the ceramic burrs are washable, and also gives grind adjustment instructions.

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Reblogging an old entry for near future reference.  Gonna pick up one this week.

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      I bought one of these grinders today & googled over to this page to calibrate it. Worked like a CHARM.
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      Some of us have been having problem calibrating our hand grinders. The Hario Skerton doesn’t give a ‘clicking’ sound...
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      Still fiddling with my gear and experimenting with temperature/grind. Annoyingly enough I got a great cup from my first...
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      An easy adjustment method for Skerton users. Until I found this I would sit with the grinder and a ruler and just monkey...