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Electric coffee grinders

Coffee grinders grind the coffee just before brewing, so that the coffee retains all the essence of flavour and aroma better. Choose the most suitable grinding level for your coffee machine, with electric coffee grinders you can also grind spices, nuts, etc.

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Coffee connoisseurs should never be without their favourite caffeinated beverage. Whether it is a fresh mug with breakfast, a pick-me-up during the day or a pleasant way to round out dinner, there is nothing better than a freshly brewed mug of coffee. Making the best coffee means owning a grinder as there is simply no other way to get the most out of the roasted beans.

The Coffee Grinder's Role

Coffee grinders simply live up to their name. These machines grind coffee beans into various consistencies. In the case of an electric coffee grinder, this process is powered by an electric motor. The grinder's settings and performance have a dramatic effect on the final product's taste. Anyone who owns an espresso machine knows that the perfect cup begins with the finest grind. For owners of a regular filter coffee machine, larger volumes are required and so a grinder equipped with a high capacity tank is the best choice.

The Grinder's Versatility

If you have bought a coffee grinder in the UK, you may already know that it is capable of grinding more than just coffee beans. The higher quality models can grind dry or wet ingredients, such as nuts, almonds, spices, flax and other beans in particular. People who enjoy this type of multipurpose functionality should make sure it has removable, stainless steel grinding bowls that are easy to clean to prevent flavour contamination. Also, this versatility requires that grinder comes with several different operating modes ranging from very coarse all the way to ultra-fine. Each model comes with its own advantages and disadvantages and coffee lovers operating on a tight budget may be better suited to a model that grinds very well but has limited settings.

Manual or Electric Coffee Grinder?

The manual grinders consume less power and are much easier to transport. They also usually have more settings allowing you to more easily define the coarseness of your ground coffee. However, turning the crank can be hard work and they are often noisy. Generally, manual grinders are:

  • Smaller
  • Nicely designed
  • Affordable

Electric grinders work more efficiently, are easier to use and complete the job much more quickly than their manual counterparts. The finished product is also usually much more consistent. Since the device does everything, there is no effort needed on the user's part. Electric grinders come in a wide variety of model and commonly feature:

  • The ability to grind very large quantities
  • The possibility of grinding of several cups of coffee
  • The adjustment of volume and grinding time

Choosing a Good Coffee Grinder

There are three categories, defined in particular by the nature of the blades:

  • Classic rotating blades inside: made of stainless steel or titanium, these blades prove to be robust and very efficient.
  • A conical wheel: versatility takes precedence with blades shaped like a propeller blade. Any type of ingredient, even liquids, can be ground up by these blades. The taste of the coffee beans is also very well preserved by the conical grindstones.
  • Flat grinding wheel: ensures uniform grinding. Itis as fast as it is robust in addition to being silent.

To make excellent coffee a daily reality, bet on a coffee to energise your preparation and bring a new character to your favourite drink.