Guatemala 2.0: Redesigned Classic for Precision Grinding
Mahlkönig has long been recognized for its commitment to quality and innovation in coffee grinding. Building upon the success of the classic Guatemala filter grinder, the brand introduces the new and enhanced Guatemala 2.0.
Staying true to its roots, this model retains the proven technical specifications of its predecessor, while showcasing a sleek full-aluminum body, ensuring longevity and durability. With a larger hopper capacity, this grinder is engineered for maximum efficiency and consistent performance.
Features: Optimized for Professional Use
Mahlkönig's Guatemala 2.0 is designed with the needs of cafes, roasteries, and laboratories in mind. Its vertical burrs ensure almost residue-free grinding, providing a fresh and untainted coffee experience for every cup.
The redesigned model offers practical solutions like a metal spout with a bag clamp for efficient coffee bag holding and an adjustable, removable table to cater to different container or bag sizes. Moreover, for professionals keen on fine-tuning their grind, the on/off switch and grind size guide are now conveniently located on the machine's front.
Technical Overview: Refined Mechanics for Exceptional Grinding
The Guatemala 2.0 is more than just a redesigned aesthetic; it's a reimagined tool for modern coffee professionals. Boasting 71mm flat grinding burrs, it efficiently grinds between 2.4 to 2.7 lbs per minute. With a 1.1 lbs bean hopper capacity, it's optimized for high-volume operations.
Additionally, the grinder comes with safety features like a hopper magnet and overload protection. With updated burr geometry, grind retention is minimized, ensuring the purity of each grind.
Changes in design, such as the conveniently located on/off switch and grind size recommendation, only enhance its usability, making the Guatemala 2.0 a reliable partner in delivering exceptional coffee.
Grind Versatility and Configuration Options
The Mahlkönig Guatemala 2.0 is versatile, catering to a wide range of grind preferences from fine espresso to coarse French Press grinds. Recognized for its uniform grind, it's been a favorite choice for prestigious brewing competitions.