The key to making good coffee is to make the coarseness of the ground beans uniform. If the roughness is different, the ingredients of the extracted coffee will also be different, causing a miscellaneous taste. However, when grinding using an electric mill, the grain roughness tends to be different. I can't make good coffee.
"Rafino" is a tool that evens out the roughness of ground coffee beans. It provides the most accurate and uniform size of powder than any grinder on the market today.
The secret of "Rafino" is two "sieves" with different coarseness. If you add ground coffee beans powder, the astringent skin and coarse powder are separated by a coarse sieve, and the fine powder is separated by a fine sieve, and only the powder of uniform size remains in the container. If you make coffee using the powder selected in this way, you should be able to make delicious coffee that maximizes the deliciousness of beans.
The developer, RAFINO Sytem (Toronto, Canada), is currently conducting a campaign to recruit investors on the crowdfunding site kickstarter for the commercialization of "Rafino". We have already succeeded in raising funds that exceed the target amount and have decided to commercialize it.
CAD 50 is required to obtain "Rafino" by investing in kickstarter. After the campaign ends, the retail price will be $ 65, so you'll save $ 15. A separate shipping fee to Japan is required. Shipment is scheduled for July 2016.
Coffee mills can be ground fairly evenly if they are priced above a certain level. But they cost more than 20,000 yen. Maybe you can combine your own mill with "Rafino" to get the same taste as a mill of 20,000 yen or more? If you think about it, the purchase of "Rafino" may be a good deal.