The WDT Tool
Meet The Groundskeeper
WDT, or Weiss Distribution Technique, is a method of puck preparation that aims to evenly distribute coffee grounds in your portafilter, providing a more uniform and TASTY extraction.
The thin wires of the tool are used to rake the grounds before tamping, which breaks up clumps that can be left behind from your grinder. Left untouched, these clumps can cause uneven pockets or gaps in the tamped coffee bed, which typically leads to channeling and spurting during extraction. Not only does channeling and spurting cause a huge mess, but even worse, these are indications that your coffee is being extracted unevenly, leaving you with undesirable flavors in your cup.
When used correctly, a WDT tool can help ensure that your grounds are consistent, clump free, and are extracting all of the lovely flavors your coffee has to offer.
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Crema Coffee Products is happy to accept returns and exchanges within 45 days of your original purchase. Returns and exchanges must be returned in the same condition as they were received, without physical signs of wear or use, and should be returned in the original packaging.
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Had no idea of what I was missing until I experienced the powers of this tool! It’s simply amazing!!
WDT Tool as advertised
This WDT tool is a must if you want to address channeling in your espresso and add consistency to the extraction.
It just works
It just works. Maybe a tad overpriced but it looks nice.
Easy to assemble but I hope it comes with a stand
Nice distributor but I hope Crema also has a stand or some other sort of storage for it. I’m worried I would drop it on the floor and bend the needles, or stab myself with it.
Love Every Shot.
To us, coffee is a ritual. And we want you to love every moment of it. To take joy in the process of measuring and grinding. To experience confidence while distributing and tamping. To rejoice in the sight of the perfect extraction. And of course, to love every drink you make, every time you make it.