Our list mainly includes cone burr grinders because they are more economical than flat burr grinders. In a cone grinder, coffee beans are ground between two circles of burrs, which crush and grind the coffee beans. This means you will get a more stable grinding effect than using a traditional blade grinder, and most burr grinders can even be finer than the best blade grinders-which means you will be equipped with the proper equipment to grind your own beans Drink espresso at home.
Flat grinders are similar, but they are usually more expensive. In these, the burrs are stacked on top of each other, and the beans pass through them as they are ground. This means that the action of the grinder pushes the coffee powder out from one end (rather than relying on gravity like a cone-shaped burr grinder, so fewer fine particles will get stuck in the burr), and the beans will be in contact with the burr for longer. This results in a more consistent overall grinding. However, in general, cone burr grinders are just as good for home brewers-even if they require more maintenance and do not produce consistent micron-level grinding.
Tired: Blade Grinder
this $14 Krups model You see here is a very good blade grinder. It completes the work as expected. The blade grinder is more like a blender, with a chopping blade that rotates like a food processor. The problem is that the blade does not produce uniform results. Some of your coffee will have fine powder at the bottom, and the top coffee powder will be too large to even use a French filter press. The result is inconsistent and unpredictable brewing. These grinders are very cheap, and yes, using fresh coffee beans in a blade grinder is much better than buying ground coffee. (You can learn how to shake the beans to grind them evenly. See the video of World Barista Champion James Hoffmann for more information Blade grinder skills.) However, if you can afford it, we strongly recommend that you use one of our listed burr grinder options.
expired: Cusinart Supreme Grinding
It may be a burr grinder, but due to its low price, our review team members have purchased and tested this Cuisinart model at least 3 times. The sound is loud and the grinding degree is not as uniform as we wanted. After a month or two, all the motors of our equipment (we bought each other for several years) were broken. We recommend that you insist on using models above $100 for electric burr grinding.