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It is no secret that the coffee you drink is as good as the grind you make. Brewing a fresh and consistent ground of coffee makers a huge difference in the taste of the cup you’re brewing, and that’s why a coffee grinder is a must-buy. However, many people get quite confused over what type of grinder should they buy. In our post today, we will focus on answering the question ” Should I buy a manual or an electric grinder?”.
Of course, there are advantages and disadvantages to each kind of grinder, and the best kind of grinder will vary from one person to another, so read the post and we hope we will help you get your answer here!
Just like it sounds, a hand grinder or a manual grinder is worked by hand. Just like electric grinders, many hand grinders are adjustable and have ceramic burrs that won’t heat the beans, so quality of the grind isn’t the issue here. With a hand grinder you will manually adjust the burrs to get the fineness you want and you will manually rotate the crank until your beans are fully ground. The process requires some patience and a little power.
Hario Ceramic Skerton Coffee Mill:
Hario, leaders of manual coffee gear and gadgets, has created this manual grinder with a generous capacity of 100 grams. It has about 4 levels of adjustment to grind the coffee to different fineness. The Hario Skerton ceramic mills, which is great for creating a consistent grind without heat up the beans. The grinder hopper is hard plastic with silicone non-slip handle and the bean catcher (bottom part) is heatproof glass.
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Porlex JP-30 Stainless Steel Coffee Grinder:
The Porlex grinder is another popular choice among many coffee lovers. This one is smaller and more portable than the Hario Skerton, as it has a capacity of only 30 grams, but it makes a perfect travel companion. It features ceramic burrs, adjustable grind settings and a stainless steel body. It is made in Japan.
You’ve probably seen an electric burr coffee grinder before, it’s in every coffee house you go to and it’s what they use to grind the coffee of your favorite drink right before preparing it and it only takes seconds to get the task done. Electric grinders are quick and easy to use.
Bodum Bistro Electric Conical Burr Grinder:
This rather affordable grinder by Bodum does a great job at providing you with a good grind at an affordable price. The Bodum Bistro electric grinder has 14 grind settings to choose from coarse to fine. It has a borosilicate glass catcher reduces static that usually comes with grinding beans, and it comes with a lid that keeps the ground coffee fresh. a push button, pre-set timer allows users to grind the exact amount of coffee needed. The grinder is available in many colors.
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Baratza Encore Conical Burr Coffee Grinder:
This is the entry-level grinder by major grinder brand Baratza. The Encore has 40 adjustable fineness settings, which is amazing for all kinds of brewing methods. The bean hopper holds up to 8 oz of beans, while the ground bin holds up to 5 oz.
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a Keurig 2.0 Brewer is the only Keurig that can brew both single cup servings as well a full carafe. The machine is available in a number of models that vary in sizes, so you can choose the right one for your needs.
Keurig K55 is an excellent choice for single cup brewing with a large 48 oz reservoir. Perfect for brewing many cups without the need to refill.
Keurig K15 is perfect for a single user who needs something compact. It has no water reservoir, instead you add a fresh cup of water for every brew. It's very small in size in comparison to other Keurigs.
KitchenAid Personal Coffee Maker
This personal coffee maker by KitchenAid is compact in size and brews directly into your mug or travel mug. Use it with your favorite coffee ground and never worry about coffee pods.
Hamilton Beach Single Serve Scoop Coffee Maker
This convenient coffee maker by Hamilton Beach allows you to brew a single cup in different sizes using your favorite coffee ground. It can also adjust the coffee brew from regular to bold. This, in addition to many great features.
Ninja Coffee Bar
The Ninja Coffee Bar gives you the best of all words. It is a single-serve (using coffee ground), it is also able to make a full carafe and specialty coffee drinks.
Keurig K55 Coffee Maker
The Keurig K55 allows you to brew a cup of coffee using a K-Cup pod, which is available from so many brands like Green Mountain, Starbucks, Dunkin Donuts and many more. It also has a refillable pod that allows you to use your own coffee ground.
Keurig 2.0 Coffee Maker
Keurig 2.0, like the K55, brews K-Cups from many different brands, which doesn't limit your options. The 2.0 model allows you to additionally brew a full carafe along side many different cup sizes.
The Nespresso CitiZ&Milk allows you to brew espresso, and thanks to its built-in frother, you can easily heat and froth milk for drinks like Cappuccino and Latte.
Nespresso Lattissima Pro
The Lattissima Pro takes it up to another level with its fully automated drink preparation. Using the LCD touch screen, choose the drink you want to brew and the Lattissima will do everything else.
Nespresso Evoluo VertuoLine Machine
The Evoluo is part of Nespresso's VertuoLine brewers which allow you to brew a full cup of coffee in addition to espresso and espresso-based drinks. So, if you enjoy your cup of coffee as well as a frothy cup of Cappuccino or Latte, this would be a nice option for you.