Manual Coffee Grinder is the way to go

by Sue
(WI)

Kyocera Cearmic Burr Coffee Mill.

Kyocera Cearmic Burr Coffee Mill.

I recently switched to a manual conical burr coffee grinder, the Kyocera CM-50 model. It uses ceramic conical burrs and delivers a very consistant grind for my Chemex brewer. I was shopping for a conical burr grinder to replace my blade grinder but there were so many electric models to choose from with a host of mixed reviews and, in many cases, hefty price tags. I am very happy with my choice of grinder. It is much quieter to use than the electric types and what a difference in the quality of the coffee! And you can't beat the aroma as well as the ability to feel the beans being ground. It is very easy to clean, too. I purchased mine from Amazon.com for about $45.00.


Editor's Note: Here is the link to the Kyocera Ceramic Coffee Grinder at Amazon.com.

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Vintage manual coffee grinder

by Edward Ard
(Pittsfield, Massachusetts)


I purchased this from Ebay and have been using it each morning for home use. The little hopper and drawer hold 2 Tbsp. of fresh grounds, so it's perfect for a 16oz mug or my 32oz french press half full. I adjusted the grind setting for a medium to coarse grind. I will take it with me on my next camping trip.

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Kitchen Aid Pro Line Series Burr Coffee Mill

by Pete
(Wakefield, RI)


Just got it. So far so good. The noise level is decent. A timer for consistent portions would be nice but overall it's a great unit.

Editor's Note: Amazon has a good price on the KitchenAid Pro Line Burr Coffee Grinder

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The Camano Coffee Mill

The Camano Coffee Mill

The Camano Coffee Mill

This grinder is a hand crank, hand.built, made in the USA, conical burr grinder. Wow! The difference really is amazing. Not only do you get a consistent grind each time, but because it is a low speed burr grinder you get the most flavor out of each cup of coffee. When you are spending a bit more on the coffee it is nice to have that consistency and know that you are getting all the flavor possible.

We have used it with our espresso machine. I tried three different grinders. One electric blade grinder, one electric burr grinder and then The Camano Coffee Mill. I pull the best and most consistent shots with the Camano Mill. Sure makes our morning cup just that much better!

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