Grinding your own coffee beans can help you to get the most out of your favourite specialty coffee by giving you the flexibility to choose the coarseness of the grind depending on the way you plan to brew the coffee. It also ensures maximum freshness, allowing you to grind the amount of coffee you need, as and when you need it, keeping the flavours locked in to the beans until you are ready to enjoy them.
Our selection of coffee grinders will help you to find the perfect tool for the job, whether that is grinding coffee at home, or on the go. We have several different types of grinder for you to choose from so whether you’re looking for an electric, manual or portable coffee grinder, you will be sure to find something to suit you.
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Choosing A Coffee Grinder
Burr Coffee Grinder
Burr grinders work by crushing the coffee beans. They have a moving wheel and a stable surface and it’s between the two in which the bean is ground. These grinders can be both manual and electric, and you have more control over how fine the beans are ground. Burr coffee grinders are slower, noisier and pricier, yet they are more popular for a reason. They preserve flavour, grind evenly and have a wider range of coarseness for you to choose from. Burr coffee grinders give you more control over your brew and work fantastically well with premium speciality coffees. These grinders are recommended for connoisseurs who like to get the most from their brews and achieve that perfect cup.
Blade Coffee Grinder
Blade grinders are the traditional coffee grinders and they are somewhat a basic model. The grinder has a spinning blade which cuts the beans into smaller grains. It does the job you need but you will often find an inconsistent grind, which if you have brewed your own coffee for a while will know is not ideal. Blade grinders are often cheaper however, faster and they are easier to operate. They are recommended for coffee lovers who like to drink lots of coffee, yet aren’t as bothered about the taste.
Electric Coffee Grinder
Electric grinders take away all the hard work. They are automated and do the job quickly on your behalf. This saves time and effort and helps you get your coffee quicker. A lot of people worry about whether the beans will be grinded to their liking when trusting a machine but as long as you get the settings right and use it properly then you won’t have any issues.
Manual Coffee Grinder
Manual grinders are also known as hand grinders because rather than the grinding process being automated you have to do it by hand. Hand grinders do give you full control however over how fine you grind the beans because as you stop intermittently you can check how much longer you need to grind for.
Our extensive range of grinders features several different types to suit all needs and budgets. If you require further assistance our product pages contain more detailed information about the individual grinders but you can also find a series of articles below answering frequently asked questions from our customers.
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