A Review of the Marco Filter Coffee Grinder FCG6
Let’s not beat around the bush here, this Marco Filter Coffee Grinder FCG6 coffee looks like it’s wandered out of a 1970s sci-fi movie. Despite its retro looks, it’s actually incredibly capable of grinding beans very well.
Pre-ground coffee is really becoming unacceptable for the true discerning coffee drinker, and so it should; freshly ground beans are infinitely better and take coffee enjoyment to the next level. Investing in an excellent grinder is an obvious choice for people who enjoy the best things in life and investing in a grinder that’ll stick around for decades is even better.
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Marco Filter Coffee Grinder FCG6 – Capable and high-end
Above all else, the quality of bean and the quality of grinder is what’s going to transform your murky coffee to something that rivals even the most expert coffee houses on the street. Not all coffee grinders have the looks of the most expensive Gaggia, but when you taste the mind-blowing depth and texture of a coffee made from exceptionally ground beans, you can overlook the aesthetics.
Designed for French Press and filter coffee grounds, this is a seriously robust machine that isn’t the most moveable or lightweight of coffee grinders. If you’re looking for something in this price range that can do everything, the Gaggia MD64 coffee grinder is also one to look at and a grinder that’s worth the pay out every step of the way.
At 13kg this is a heavy grinder; most come in around 3 or 4kg. It has a brushed steel casing and looks like it means business for sure. With reasonable reviews and feedback, this Marco FCG6 Filter Coffee Grinder will certainly make excellent French Press grounds but if you’re looking for good looks and flexibility, I’m not convinced by this.
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Really aimed at those who want a superior French Press coffee (and plenty of people do) this machine will out grind anything cheaper except for the Baratza Forte. It looks utilitarian but that might well be what you’re looking for. It can be stored neatly without taking up the room that a Gaggia does and operates very, very quietly.
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This is an expensive coffee grinder, no doubt about it. This belongs in the hands of someone who will really appreciate what it can do for filter coffee. If you want the best, modern, straightforward filter coffee bean grinder then this would be a great machine for you.