Baratza Virtuoso Review

Baratza Virtuoso
Overall Rating
91
Grind Quality (40%)
91
Design & Features (20%)
92
Durability (20%)
91
Ease of Use (10%)
92
Brand Reputation (10%)
92
The Bottom Line
An upgraded version of the Baratza Encore, the Virtuoso features the improved M2 burr and higher RPM for a more uniform grind with fewer fines. The improvements are subtle, but they make a difference.
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Key Features of the Baratza Virtuoso

Key Features of Baratza Virtuoso

  • Burr: 40 mm stainless steel M2 burr
  • Grind Sizes: 40 settings from 200-1200 microns
  • Grind Speed: 1.5-2.2 g/sec
  • Burr RPM: 500
  • Bean Hopper: 8 oz made from UV-resistant plastic
  • Exterior Case: Plastic with brushed stainless steel front plate
  • Weight: 8 lbs

Baratza Virtuoso Overview

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Baratza Virtuoso Review: An In-Depth Look

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Baratza Virtuoso
An upgraded version of the Baratza Encore, the Virtuoso features the improved M2 burr and higher RPM for a more uniform grind with fewer fines. The improvements are subtle, but they make a difference.

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Baratza Encore
Overall Rating: 90
One of the most-recommended entry-level grinders, the Baratza Encore is an easy way to perk up your morning cup and features 40 different grind sizes from 200-1200 microns and an 8 oz UV-resistant bean hopper.
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