A Manual Burr Coffee Grinder is the ideal way to achieve a uniform grind and get the best flavor possible.The manual grinding process also causes less heat and friction, which minimizes the loss of oils through evaporation. All adding to your coffee's flavor! Manual Coffee Grinders are also quieter and easier to clean. This Manual Grinder is easily adjustable to give you the desired grind size for your method of brewing from fine espresso to coarse french press.
This Manual Coffee Grinder was designed with a Ceramic Burr because relative to steel it will last longer, absorb less heat, won't rust, and make less noise. Also, ceramic material does not alter flavor in any way, which ensures a fresh taste. This makes it a perfect option for a Home Grinder. The bottom portion of this coffee grinder doubles as a storage container for your leftover grind, and has a non-slip base that will stay steady during the grinding process. Thanks to customer feedback, this grinder now comes with a lid for the bean hopper to keep beans from jumping out or spilling while grinding. If you love coffee and want to take your home brewing to the next level, add this Manual Burr Coffee Grinder to your arsenal today!
- Coffee Grinder takes your brew to the next level!
- Uniform Grind Size for Best Taste Possible
- Easily Adjustable Grind Sizes
- Comes with Glass Storage Container and Non-Slip Base
- New hopper lid to keep beans from jumping out while grinding.
- Quiet and Easy to Clean
Frequently Asked Questions
Where can i get extra jars so i can keep different grinds at the same time?
The grinder fits any regular mouth mason jar. I think the size is the common 60mm.
How long does it take to grind coffee for 2 small cups? Is it possible to adjust the grind level?
The basic formula for french press coffee is 2 tablespoons of coarse grounds per 6 oz of water (6oz would be a small cup in my opinion). To grind 4 tablespoons it takes about 1 minute or so. For finer grounds such as espresso, it will take longer. If by "grind level" you mean the size of the grind then yes, it is easily adjustable from very coarse to very fine.
Does this grinder grind course enough for French press ?
It does but the grinds become very inconsistent past a medium grind. There is just too much free movement in the grinding mechanism past medium. Anything smaller is fantastic, use it for my espresso daily.
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