Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Top 3 Coffee Grinders on the Market

Every coffee lover knows that there’s no substitute for an espresso made from fresh coffee beans. Despite endless claims, no instant coffee on the market could match the taste and aroma of freshly ground goodness that comes from fresh ground coffee. To boost the experience, the best coffee grinders must also be used. However, many seem to put less attention on the quality of their coffee grinders and some even refuse to invest in them; blithely unaware of the fact that the coffee grinding process needs to be precise and consistent to extract the best flavor of the beans.  
The use of an excellent quality coffee grinder is important to make sure that each bean is ground to a very particular size.  Failure to do so will cause a difference in the rate of flavor extraction and water flow, which makes coffee taste very strong, very weak, or both. If you haven’t thought of it yet, now is the best time to check out quality coffee grinders on the market. Here are three of them.
1.    Mazzer Mini Espresso Grinder
Mazzer is a brand widely known to produce high-quality coffee grinders that 1 out of 3 coffee shops use one of their models. The Mazze Mini stands to the Mazzer’s name of quality and excellence and it is an amazing model for a variety of reasons. This Mazzer model is perfect for home use in terms of size, style, durability and functionality. Although some homeowners complain about it consuming too much space, the Mazzer Mini maximizes its size for optimum performance. Its micro-metrical grind adjustment setting allows for optimum control of grind size. It also comes with many extra accessories including a cleaning brush, tamper, grounds tray and more. To compensate for its size, the Mazzer Mini has a large bean hopper with a trap door for storage convenience. If you don’t mind the size and weight (20 lbs+), then this is definitely the best choice.
2.    Rancilio Rocky Doserless Coffee Grinder
The Rocky has a very strong build made of heavy-duty aluminum, stainless steel, and some plastic, which stands to its name. This all-purpose prosumer-grade coffee grinder boasts an excellent performance with its 50-mm stainless steel burrs that come with 55 settings for a variety of grind range from fine to coarse. It is smaller compared to Mazzer Mini and fits easily under standard sized cabinets. Although not as powerful as the Mazzer, it’s performance is enough to pour you a satisfying cup of coffee. Few disadvantages of Rocky include resistance when changing grind settings,  you can’t leave it alone as you need to hold steady on the switch for it to keep grinding, and it’s noisy compared to other brands.
3.    Capresso Infinity 565.05 Conical Burr Grinder
With commercial-grade conical burrs and its build made of heavy-duty zinc alloy, justifies its price which is higher than most coffee grinders. This great performing grinder is perfect for home use when family and friends come over.  Due to its build, the Capresso Infinity is much steadier and quieter than the Mazzer Mini and Rocky. Another good thing about this grinder is its bean container has a maximum capacity of 8.5 ounces and ground container can hold up to 4 ounces. The size is also impressive considering its power and the overall performance is stellar with consistency across all grind range. The disadvantages include having to be cleaned regularly, lack of on/off switch (timer only), and fragile bean hopper.

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