Coffee Grinders for home use
You don’t need to spend a fortune to grind coffee at home. There are a range of inexpensive domestic coffee grinders on the market that will allow you to grind your coffee beans fresh every day without having to invest in an expensive commercial coffee grinder.
Coffee grinders are essential for creating the perfect cup of coffee. By grinding your coffee beans freshly, you have full control over the grind size and do not risk any oxidisation of pre-ground beans that have not been stored correctly. This allows you to create a coffee that is full of flavour and aroma, without any of the loss of flavour that can sometimes come from using pre-ground coffee that is not fresh or not correctly stored.
TIMEMORE MANUAL COFFEE GRINDER£55.50 Inc VAT
A fast, easy to use manual grinder delivering an even consistent grind. The coarseness is easy to set, perfect for home coffee grinding and great value.
Sage Smart Grinder Pro£175.00 Inc VAT
The Smart Grinder™ Pro features a powerful and precise DC motor that delivers 60 unique settings for espresso, drip coffee and everything in between.
WILFA ELECTRIC COFFEE GRINDER£99.00 Inc VAT
An affordable, compact electric coffee grinder. Quality burrs with superb results without much expense or effort. Easy to use.
WHICH COFFEE GRINDER IS BEST FOR ME?
There is no denying that coffee grinders are essential for making the perfect cup of coffee. After all, it is the coffee grinds that determine extraction rate and therefore the coffee’s flavour and strength. But with so many different coffee grinders on the market, how do you choose the right one?
There are two main types of coffee grinders:
- Blade grinders
- Burr grinders
Blade grinders work by chopping up the coffee beans with a spinning blade, similar to how a food processor works. Burr grinders, on the other hand, use two abrasive surfaces (one stationary and one rotating) to crush the coffee beans into a consistent size.
While blade grinders are generally cheaper, they can be less effective and produce an inconsistent grind. This can lead to coffee that is either too weak or too strong. Burr grinders are more expensive but produce a much more consistent grind, giving you a better-tasting cup of coffee.
When choosing a domestic coffee grinder, it is important to consider what type of coffee you will be making. If you plan on making mostly espresso drinks, then you will need a fine coffee grinder that can produce very uniform coffee grounds. On the other hand, if you plan on making mostly drip coffee, then a less expensive domestic coffee grinder will suffice.