Thank you for going into such detail, very interesting and broadens my knowledge, will probably have to read it a few times to get it to sink in! ;)
Can I ask about the Chocovision X3210 and Delta machines. I asked Duffy…"
Thanks for your input!
I am also looking at a melter now, an 8kg Keychoc machine which I have seen used before. I was also looking at using the technique that Brad Churchill uses which does not require the need for seed:…"
I am looking at the chocovision machines you were looking at. I like you do not have any seed due to carrying out the whole bean to bar process. Did you come to any conclusions about which is the better machine at this level.
I would think that would work. It was a while ago that I got mine but there's nothing trick or complicated about them. Don't sue me if it blows up though! I used to work in France (which is 220v) and all UK appliances worked over…"
Hope your well!!
I received my grinder from Cocoatown today, exciting!! I just wanted to clarify the electricity/plug outlet. I opted for a 220 Volt Phase 1, do i just take off the US plug and put on a UK one?
P.S. I was visiting…"
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I am in the process of looking for the best small grinder and seem to have settled on the ECGC-12SL Deluxe Melanger from Cocoatown. It would be great to come and see your factory and get some inspiration, where exactly are…"
I would think that would work. It was a while ago that I got mine but there's nothing trick or complicated about them. Don't sue me if it blows up though! I used to work in France (which is 220v) and all UK appliances worked over there without any issues - except the TV is PAL not SECAN or some such nonsense.