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                                                   Coffee Grinder Machines Guide
                                                               By Matthew Hick

   Freshly grinding coffee beans prior to brewing is one of the most important steps to a great cup of
coffee. Grinding the coffee beans properly and to the proper consistency for the brew you desire is
essential. There are two main types of coffee grinders on the market today, namely the burr grinder
and the blade grinder.

Blade Grinder: The blade grinder is the cheaper of the two grinders and runs about $20. The blade
grinder has a single blade that looks and spins like a propeller. Blade grinders do not have settings.
Basically, the longer you grind, the finer the grind becomes. You need to "eye-ball it" to see when it has
become the grind you want. Blade grinders do a decent job for drip coffee makers, but for espresso or
coffee drinks that require very specific grinds, the blade grinder would not be recommended since it
does not grind consistently. When using the blade grinder, the coffee picks up a static charge. This
causes the coffee to stick everything, making the blade grinder a very messy tool.

Some name brands of blade grinders include Braun, Bodum, Capresso, and Cuisinart. Although blade
grinders are uneven and messy grinders, they are very cost-effective if you are willing to make the
trade off!

Burr Grinder: The burr grinder is the more expensive of the two grinders and sells between $60 and
$125. When purchasing a burr grinder, you can get one of two types of burrs: flat burrs or conical
burrs. The coffee beans are drawn between the two burrs and crushed into a uniform size. The burr
grinder has settings that allow an exact coarseness or fineness of grind to be selected. Burr grinders
grind the coffee into uniform size and consistency, which is why they are recommended for espresso,
but can also be used for other types of grinds as well.

Some name brands of burr grinders are Cuisinart, Baratza, Bodum, Bunn, Capresso, Gaggia, Isomac,
KitchanAid, Krups, Mazzer, Pasquini, Rancillo and Solis.

The extra money for the burr grinder would be well spent since you would be getting a better quality
cup of coffee and the clean up would be quick and easy! Both grinders are available with either a
dosing or non-dosing option. The grinders can dispense the coffee in usable amounts with the pull of a
handle usually located on the side of the grinder. The non-dosing grinders will grind directly into a
ground coffee container or coffee receptacle. As with any tool you need to find the one that best fits

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                                     Types Of Coffee Grinders And How They Work
                                                         By Samantha Davis

 When walking down the coffee aisle of most grocery stores, you will find a coffee grinder that
customers use to grind coffee beans. A coffee grinder has also become a popular home appliance as
the popularity of espresso and other coffee drinks has risen in the last two decades. Even the large
number of coffee shops has not diminished the need of many coffee drinkers to grind their own beans
in a coffee grinder.

A coffee grinder will grind roasted coffee beans into grounds that are either fine or coarse. By grinding
your own coffee, you choose how you want the grounds.

A coffee grinder can produce fine or medium grounds which are best for traditional coffee makers.
Those who love espresso will want to grind the beans into a fine grounds, which is similar to sugar or
salt. Coarse coffee grounds are good for percolators or vacuum brewers.

A coffee grinder comes in two main types. The first type of coffee grinder uses rotating metal blades.
These blades on the coffee grinder chop up the coffee beans.

The bladed coffee grinder allows the consumer to control the type of grounds. The type of grounds the
bladed coffee grinder makes depends on how long you grind the beans.

Another type of coffee grinder uses a grinder wheel. This is called a burr grinder. To get coarse or fine
grounds, you move the burr on the coffee grinder. Many people say this type of coffee grinder allows
you more control as to the type of grounds you make.

The cost of the burr grinder depends on the type of wheel, whether it is flat or cone-shaped. The burr
coffee grinder with the cone-shaped wheel rotates slowly and the coffee grinder will clog less.

You can chose a coffee grinder that works in two different ways. The manual coffee grinder comes with
a crank on its side. You must move the crank on the coffee grinder to grind your coffee.

But if you don’t want to do that much work to have freshly ground coffee, you will want to purchase an
electric coffee grinder. The electric coffee grinder is the most popular coffee grinder on the market
today. Many electric coffee grinders are small and inexpensive so you can carry them anywhere to
grind your perfect cup of coffee.

The advantages to grinding your own coffee with a coffee grinder are many. You can grind coffee that
suits your taste and not rely on pre-packaged coffee grounds.

A coffee grinder can be found in most retail stores and online auction sites. A coffee grinder will range
in price from about $20 to several hundred dollars. The coffee beans can be purchased at a grocery
store or at a specialty coffee shop.

How you want your coffee to taste and the type of coffee you brew will determine the type of coffee
grinder you will need to purchase. The type of brewer you use to make your coffee will also determine
the type of coffee grinder.

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