Lagom P64 – The Last Grinder I’ll Ever Buy (Hopefully)

If you're an eagle-eyed viewer...

you've maybe noticed a new addition on my bar in some of my recent videos, and that is the Option-O Lagom P64. From a distance it looks like a microscope, but similarly it is intended to magnify the flavors of your coffee...see what I did there?  If you aren't familiar its a 64mm flat burr, single dosing, all-round coffee grinder. Which if I'm honest, pretty much describes nearly every grinder that's hit the home market in the last few years.

Unlike most grinders on the market the Lagom P64 has multiple burr options, so essentially this review will be broken down into two major sections. One covering the body, chassis, and motor by Option-O, as well as another section on my burr choice; the SSP Multi-Purpose.  I'll also go into all the usual suspects in grinder reviews like workflow, features, and of course it wouldn't be a proper Sprometheus video without some tests around extraction and burr seasoning.

So without any further fanfare hit play on the video above and let's dive directly into the Option-O Lagom P64.

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  1. […] on top of the new espresso machine I'll get into my primary grinder, the Option-O Lagom P64, and of course all the accessories that help me keep my brewing consistent and delicious. From puck […]

  2. […] aims at bringing the premium feel and brewing experience of its bigger burred family members, the P64 and P100, to those not looking to drop a lot of money on a coffee grinder. But they still want […]

  3. […] handleless pitcher. I also highlight some of the unique features of my equipment, like the Option-O Lagom P64 and it's variable burr RPM, and the La Marzocco GS MP's (Manual Paddle) ability to manipulate […]


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