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Baratza Virtuoso+

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Do you know that Baratza Virtuoso grinder that you’ve loved for years and years? Well, Baratza just made it even better. The Virtuoso+, an improvement, and replacement for the current Virtuoso, is now available in Canada for the first time. In response to customer requests, Baratza replaced the timer switch with a digital display while keeping all of the other reliable components. You can easily set a repeating dose with the 40-second digital timer. The daily grind has just gotten better, thanks to intuitive modifications down to the tenth of a second. For the more experienced coffee drinker, this multi-purpose grinder is the next level up. The high-performance burr set eliminates fines in all grind levels, resulting in a clean (café-quality) cup, while the digital interface allows for simple, time-based dosing. With an elegant and attractive metal casing to accentuate your coffee corner, this is a brewing tool that will fast forward your coffee journey with consistency and reliability.


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