Baratza Virtuoso Coffee Grinder (2323)

Baratza Virtuoso Coffee Grinder (2323)


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With 40 grind settings and a handy timer switch, the Virtuoso™ is the ideal companion for a wide range of coffee makers, from French press to espresso. Its 40mm conical burrs, driven by a high torque 480-watt DC motor, deliver a consistent particle size uniformity at both the coarse and fine ends of the scale. Grind directly into the sturdy grounds bin, or hold the front-mounted pulse button and grind directly into a portafilter.







Manufacturer: Baratza
Manufactured in: Taiwan
Colour: Brushed Stainless
Body Material: Stainless Steel and Plastic
Dimensions (H x W x D): 13.8" x 4.7" x 6.30"
Weight: 3.6kg
Amperage (Circuit): 15A
Voltage: 110V
Motor Wattage: 180W
Motor Speed: 550 RPM
Burr Type: Conical
Burr Diameter: 40mm
Burr Material: Stainless Steel
Grinder Adjustment: Stepped
Operation: Momentary and Timer
Switch Position: Front and Right Side
Doser Type: N/A
Dose Amount: N/A
Bean Hopper Capacity: 230g
Doser Bin Capacity: N/A
Grounds Container Capacity: 142g
Shipping restriction: This product can only be delivered within Canada


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  • 4
    I am the third person in my family to purchase this model

    Posted by Mike on 2016 Feb 16th

    I've only had this grinder for a week and love it. Very consistent and not as noisy as other grinders. Impressed with the packaging.

  • 5
    Highly recommended

    Posted by Voytek on 2015 Dec 30th

    Great coffee grinder and I would recommend that grinder, works great no issues at all. Yes, it is more expensive than other coffee grinders, but you get what you pay for. So far the best one we have owned. The grind is excellent, and can be adjusted for personal use. Good buy.

  • 5
    Never clogs like other grinders

    Posted by Lee on 2015 Nov 1st

    I have had other grinders and the Baratza is by far the best. I never clogs and is very user friendly. The grind is perfect and can be adjusted for personal use. Highly recommended.

  • 5
    Great machine

    Posted by Sandra on 2015 Oct 31st

    I previously had the Maestro Plus for years. The Virtuoso grinds better and quieter. The container for the ground coffee has much less static and is easier to clean out. The grinder is very solid, well made, and easy to use. Daily, I do an espresso grind for the Aroma Saeco and drip grind for a drip pot. Service from Espressotec was quick and flawless.

  • 5
    Great Grinder

    Posted by Jaana on 2014 Nov 23rd

    I bought this grinder almost a year ago and have been using it regularly and am very happy with it. The set up was easy, the instructions are very clear and it is very simple to switch between different grinding sizes. The timer on the side is also very handy for grinding larger amounts. This is my first high quality grinder, so I can't compare it to anything else, but so far, it has met all of my needs and proven to be a valuable addition to my espresso routine.

  • 5
    Great grinder

    Posted by Josef on 2014 Nov 8th

    I have been using the baratza grinder daily for just over a month, and so far it has been perfect. At about a 9 setting, it powders the beans to a fine sand, just right for my espresso maker. I hope that the Virtuoso continues its fine chores without a hitch for a number of years - despite some reviews to the contrary...Anyway, wonderful grinder at a reasonable price and great service from this dealer.

  • 4
    Great so far

    Posted by Marcus on 2014 Nov 2nd

    Quite soft, excellent even grinding. Nice sized hopper. No complaints, arrived in great condition with excellent packaging

  • 5
    Good grinder, just not for me

    Posted by Ignacio on 2014 Sep 12th

    This grinder works very well and is solid and well built. I would happily buy it again if I was making drip coffee or using an automated espresso machine. However, for my Europiccola, it doesn't grind fine enough to produce consistent espresso without needing to control the tamping pressure super precisely.
    I first had to re-calibrate it because it wouldn't grind fine enough (weird that it ships set to coarsest calibration setting). Then, after re-calibrating, it would grind down as fine as it could and when I dialled further, nothing came out. So I appeared to hit some lower limit. I discussed with Don at Espressotec and he suggested I try a flat burr grinder. I'll update this review once that arrives. Once again, great support from Espressotec.

  • 4
    Great value!

    Posted by Katiellen on 2014 Apr 29th

    After a ton of research both online and through using some friends' grinders we chose the Virtuoso based on its performance in its price range. So far it's been great!

    Espressotec was quick and provided fantastic customer service. They sent me an incorrect accessory and upon calling them they told me keep the incorrect product and said they would ship the correct item the next day! No hassle! I'll be purchasing through Espressotec again.