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“THE ZM ENABLES THE BARISTA TO REACH REPEATABLE RESULTS THANKS TO ITS DIGITAL CONTROL SYSTEM, EASE OF USE, AND EXTREME ACCURACY.”

In 1958, Mazzer produced its first ZM machine in an old factory near Venice in Italy.

Back then, Mazzer’s Product Manager Silvia Marcato says the ZM was simply a grocery grinder, able to grind from espresso to moka and coarser.

Almost 60 years on, Mazzer has revisited its ZM model, and designed a new state-of-the-art coffee grinder specifically

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