Grinders are essential to the coffee lover. Anyone who drinks coffee knows that coffee beans need to be ground up as closely to the brewing process as possible to keep the maximum flavor. To do this, you need to buy the coffee beans whole and grind them at home. Some people prefer manual grinders while others prefer automatic grinders. For those who aren’t sure which grinder is for them, here are some options:
The KRUPS F203 Electric Spice and Coffee Grinder can be used for grinding more than just coffee. You can grind spices, nuts, and grains as well as coffee beans. Because of this versatility, it’s certainly worth the money. You can also change the coarseness of the grind, ranging from fine to very coarse while the large capacity makes enough grinds to yield up to 12 cups of coffee. More importantly, the shape of the grinder combined with the blades means that the grind is uniform, leaving you with a smooth, even grind without any unexpected large chunks left.
Hario Cannister Ceramic Coffee Mill
The Hario Cannister Ceramic Coffee Mill is a modern twist on a classic that looks great and allows you to grind your beans by hand. With a taste of eras gone by and the golden age of coffee this manual grinder gives you the ability to choose how coarsely ground you want your beans by providing complete control over the process. You choose how much coffee is ground, and you stop grinding when the beans are at the perfect consistency. The storage jar at the bottom looks great and allows you to store leftover grounds to use later.