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Which Coffee Grinder Do You Need?

A perfect cup of coffee all starts with the perfect bean. This is obviously all subjective to individual taste and what kind of coffee you will be making. We can’t help you pick the best coffee beans for your taste but we can help you choose the best coffee grinder for your needs!

Manual Burr Coffee Grinder

A manual Burr Coffee Grinder is a great option for a coffee connoisseur on a budget or perfect for an outdoorsy coffee lover to ensure you have the freshest brew around the campfire. A burr coffee grinder has two revolving abrasive surfaces which grind the beans between them, you can usually adjust the space between the two surfaces to change the size of grind.

Hario Burr Coffee Grinder

Hario Skerton Hand Coffee Grinder - £34.95

Burr Grinder Coffee Grinder

An electronic Burr Grinder is very similar to the manual coffee grinder, it just has a bit more horsepower behind it! A burr milling system crushes and mills your coffee beans so that every particle is the same size. This greatly reduces the amount of fine coffee sludge that you get in the bottom of your cup and makes the brewing processes more predictable.

Cuisinart Burr Coffee Grinder

Cuisinart Burr Grinder £59.95

Blade Coffee Grinder

A Blade Coffee Grinder is a relatively inexpensive coffee grinder, it works by simply spinning the blades at high speed which slices them to your preferred consistency. One problem is that if you grind the beans for too long you may scorch them which can inhibit the flavour. We recommend using your blade coffee grinder for a maximum of 20 seconds.

Krupps Coffee Grinder

Krups Twin Blade Coffee Mill £19.99

Posted: 09 Mar 2017

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