Coffee Grinders

Coffee Grinders

Electric Coffee Grinder

Electric coffee grinders can be sorted into 2 main types: blade and burr grinders. Choosing the right coffee grinder is the key to getting most out of your espresso coffee machine or brew kit. Both professional and amateur coffee aficionados concur: the best cup of coffee starts with the freshest coffee grind. If you're serious about your coffee for the most flavourful brews, you need a good Coffee Grinder.  

A coffee grinder breaks up coffee beans into uniformly-sized, coffee grounds for optimal extraction and is the most important part of equipment for making high-quality coffee. Even the finest quality coffee beans put through the top brewing process will taste overly bitter with uneven grounds. Like tea, this extracted the coffee content that gives you its ultimate flavour for the water to taste like the coffee we know and love.  Featuring Brands, Dualit, Krups.

Coffee Grind

The way you grind your coffee has a huge effect on the way it tastes that it must be ground precise to your favoured brewing method. Coarse, medium and fine "grinds" are used for a range of brewing methods to get the best flavour possible.

A Coarse Grind is generally used for the following: French Press (press or plunger pot) and coffee Percolator

A Medium Grind: Filter or Auto drip coffee makers

A Medium/Fine Grind: Drip Makers (with cone shaped filters)

A Fine Grind: Stove Top Espresso Pots. Some Drip Makers (with cone shaped filters)

A Super Fine Grind: Espresso Machines


 
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