Grump Coffee 54mm Dosing Cup for Breville Barista Portafilters – Grind Trigger – Brushed Silver Finish

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Grump Coffee 54mm Dosing Cup for Breville Barista Portafilters – Grind Trigger – Brushed Silver Finish
Grump Coffee 54mm Dosing Cup for Breville Barista Portafilters – Grind Trigger – Brushed Silver Finish

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Current Price $34.99 December 12, 2023
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Specification: Grump Coffee 54mm Dosing Cup for Breville Barista Portafilters – Grind Trigger – Brushed Silver Finish

Package Dimensions

3.39 x 3.03 x 2.99 inches

Item Weight

5.6 ounces

Date First Available

May 19, 2023

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6 reviews for Grump Coffee 54mm Dosing Cup for Breville Barista Portafilters – Grind Trigger – Brushed Silver Finish

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  1. MJR

    Cry once for good quality and never regret it. This is the type of quality you’ll get from the Grump Coffee dosing cup. Fits the Breville dispenser like a glove 🙂

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  2. Maestroso

    What I like about this Grump Dosing Cup is how beautifully it matches the stainless steel of the Breville Smart Grinder Pro. It looks like they were made for each other and it’s a good place to store this dosing cup. It’s very easy to place whole coffee beams using a spoon inside the dosing cup that is sitting on your weighing scale. Eye the proper height of desired coffee beans (I like using 18 grams of beans) then every time afterwards just add the proper height of beans inside the dosing cup without having to use a weighing scale. Simply pour the beans into the top hopper of the grinder, then place the stainless steel dosing cup between the portafilter supports.of the grinder. To my surprise this Grump Coffee Dosing Cup did not automatically turn on the grinder when the back metal piece is pushed onto the grinder mounted magnetic “on” button. I even got some spilled espresso grinds on this back flat metal piece of the dosing cup. Once you have the proper amount of grinds inside your dosing cup, lift it from the grinder, then shake the cup back and forth. Bring your portafilter over the top of the dosing cup that you are holding with the other hand. The fit is perfect for you to flip it over so the dosing cup is now on top. I put the portafilter on the table and remove the dosing cup. At this stage of brewing process, you can use a “Wdt” tool or a Coffee Distributor tamper or a Hand temper. In any case you are now done using the Grump Dosing Cup. This metal cup does not make for a better brewed espresso but it does add fun steps in the process.

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  3. Nick Huwe

    I got this for my Breville Smart Grinder Pro hoping to take the place of the plastic container because the plastic bin has issues with static electricity. Its nice and heavy for it’s size and feels well built. It looks a little bigger in the listing than it actually is, but I think it’ll work fine. I wish they made a 58mm version of this.

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  4. jacktar

    I have the Breville Barista Express, and while the attached grinder is nice, it only grinds by volume, and only into the portafilter which is too small to accomodate an appropriate untamped dose. To solve the volume issue, you can weigh your beans beforehand and grind one serving at a time. To solve the overfilling problem, you need something like this dosing cup. This cup is shaped to hang from the grinder basket the same way the portafilter is, so you can grind into the cup instead, settle the grounds, cover with the portafilter, and then invert to dump the grounds from the cup into the portafilter without a big pile that spills out and makes a mess.

    It’s a pretty simple product that does what it needs to quite well. It fits in the grinder basket perfectly, and sits flush with the portafilter so transfering grounds is hassle-free. The one problem I have is that it’s opaque, so when you transfer the grounds, you can’t tell if you’ve settled the grounds evenly into the portafilter or if some have piled up on the side, until you lift the cup off and some grounds spill out anyway. The brushed steel is handsome, sure, but something like glass or acrylic might have been a better material for this reason. This cup is still preferable to the native Breville process, but Grump Coffee also makes a locking dosing funnel for Breville portafilters which I like even more since you can see that the grounds have settled appropriately before taking it off. Probably down to personal preference, really. Both are good solutions.

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  5. Maestroso

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     I purchased this dosing cup after my dosing funnel would not mount on my portafilter after I installed a new basket in it. Without a dosing funnel or a dosing cup, my Breville espresso machine would spit grounds everywhere. This is where a funnel or a cup does its job perfectly minimizing/eliminating wastage and a mess – **almost all the time (see below).

    After years of using a dosing funnel that would clip on to the portafilter during the grinding phase, I changed my workflow and adapted to using this dosing cup – and I have to admit, I prefer this (**after making some adjustments – see below). Mainly because it serves the dedicated function of collecting the coffee grounds and transferring to the portafilter, and when not performing that function it returns to its location of under the grinder. It saves the step of twisting a funnel on and off the portafilter. It has sped up my workflow marginally.

    **The main (and perhaps only) issue with dosing cups such as these: when you flip its contents onto your portafilter, you cannot tell whether it has leveled out correctly in your portafilter (despite banging it a few times), and most of the time lifting the inverted dosing cup off of the portafilter will cause some spillage. This is frustrating when you have perfectly measured out your dose – you cannot afford any waste. This problem is very easily remedied with the addition of (yet another) accessory: a magnetic dosing funnel (different from the twist-lock kind), I have the normcore magnetic funnel v2.

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  6. jacktar

    I really wanted to like this dosing cup, but it makes my prep much more messy. In its favor, it fits on my Barista Express well and accepts the grounds for a double without one speck lost. After trying to settle the grounds and transfer them to the standard double portafilter, however, I find that there is a lopsided mountain of grounds awaiting the tamper – and much of it ends up on the counter. I will stick to using my dosing funnel, which contains all the grounds and allows me to stir with my distribution tool and do a soft preliminary tamp before removing the funnel for a final calibrated tamp – and all without any spillage. If I consider the significant mess that arises from using this dosing cup, I have to say that it is a non-essential, albeit fairly expensive, tool that looks much better than it performs.

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