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Coffee Burr Grinder - Manual Ceramic Hand-crank Coffee Mill by Kuissential - Grind your own Coffee Anywhere
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- Burr Coffee Grinder takes your brew to the next level!
- Uniform Grind Size for Best Taste Possible
- Easily Adjustable Grind Sizes
- Comes with Glass Storage Container and Non-Slip Base
- New hopper lid to keep beans from jumping out while grinding. Quiet and Easy to Clean
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Coffee Burr Grinder - Manual Ceramic Hand-crank Coffee Mill by Kuissential - Grind your own Coffee Anywhere: Coffee Lovers, Take Your Brew to the Next Level by Using Freshly Ground Coffee Beans. Coffee Shops all over the world have known one of the secrets to making the best cup of coffee is to use freshly ground coffee beans. Making delicious coffee from freshly ground beans is now possible in your home by using Kuissential's Manual Burr Coffee Grinder. Coffee flavor is extremely dependent on the consistency of the coffee grind. A Manual Burr Coffee Grinder is the best way to achieve a uniform grind and get the best flavor possible.The manual grinding process also causes less heat and friction, which minimizes the loss of oils through evaporation. All adding to your coffee's flavor! Manual Coffee Grinders are also quieter and easier to clean. This Manual Grinder is easily adjustable to give you the desired grind size for your method of brewing from fine espresso to coarse french press. This Manual Coffee Grinder was designed with a Ceramic Burr because relative to steel it will last longer, absorb less heat, won't rust, and make less noise. Also, ceramic material does not alter flavor in any way, which ensures a fresh taste. This makes it a perfect option for a Home Grinder. The bottom portion of this coffee grinder doubles as a storage container for your leftover grind, and has a non-slip base that will stay steady during the grinding process. Thanks to customer feedback, this grinder now comes with a lid for the bean hopper to keep beans from jumping out or spilling while grinding. If you love coffee and want to take your home brewing to the next level, add this Manual Burr Coffee Grinder to your arsenal today! (Made from BPA-FREE components.)
Top Customer Reviews
After being frustrated by how slow it is, I bought the Hario. Before returning this one, I compared the two by setting them to the same grind (set with a boxboard spacer in the grinding mechanism), and then cranking the crank 200 revolutions and weighing the grounds I got from that. I got 25 g from the Cuissential, 50 g from the Hario.
The design has two problems that make it slow: One is that there is a three-blade "propeller" just above the grinding mechanism, presumably to help guide the beans in. But the grinding blades have five channels. That means that only one of the channels in the grinding mechanism lines up well with the opening in the three-blade propeller. Two are about half blocked, one is only a little blocked, and one is completely blocked. If you have small beans, they might still get in the partly-blocked channels, but with big beans, you might only effectively use one of the five channels, or maybe two.
Edit: You could remove the propeller and that may help some, but both I and people commenting on this review haven't found that helps much. I've added a photo with the Hario on the left and the Kuissential on the right. You can see that the sprial feed part is is longer on the Hario. That may be another reason for the difference in performance.
I should mention that their customer service rep was very friendly and responsive, even though he ultimately had no real solution other than courteously accepting the return and providing a refund.
This grinder by Cuissential has a nice design. It has good torque so it is not difficult to use. Also it is easy to clean.
It is very simple to adjust the grind size. All you have to do is remove the top screw, handle, and grind lock, then you turn the washer clockwise for a finer grind and counter-clockwise for a larger grind. Just don't loosen it too much or it will come off.
Here is a little guide::
-Coarse Grind - About the size of a particle of sand or larger. For use in a French Press or Percolator
-Medium Grind - Known is "general purpose" grind. This is the size of most store bought coffee and has the size similar to table salt. Used with regular coffee machines, flat bottom filters, or manual drip coffee.
-Fine Coffee Grind -This size is closer to fine pepper then to salt. This is the starting size for espresso coffee.
-Turkish Grind - the finest of all, similar to icing sugar. Used to make turkish coffee.
As a tip, when you are adjusting the grinder to find the right size, you can grind a small bit onto a piece of paper. After a few tries you will hit the exact size you want.
I hope this helps! Good luck...
I ended up contacting Kuissential and they noted that they're planning on making some improvements to the grinder, including a stabilizer for the burr, which I expect will vastly improve the grind consistency. Until then though, I can't recommend this grinder for pour-over coffee.
UPDATE (1/17/2015) - I decided to take apart the grinder to see just why it would give such inconsistent grind results. Turns out that it is designed in such a way that the burr is directly connected to the hand crank, but only the nut on the top is what keeps it centered. Because the burr is basically free-floating, there is nothing keeping it from shifting to the side and creating a large gap on one side, and the other side connecting with the ceramic side wall. This is what produces the inconsistent grind. Basically this grinder is fairly useless in its current design. If Kuissential releases an update with a centered and stabilized central shaft, this will be a very good grinder, but this current design is FATALLY FLAWED. In the end - DO NOT BUY UNTIL THEY UPDATE THIS PROBLEM.
The handle is really really long so it's a bit awkward when you are grinding a full hopper because the revolutions are sooooo wide. But it's so easy and works so well. I get a pretty uniform grind just perfect for my french press. I only use the coarse grind setting.
I do find that rogue beans jump out of the hopper a lot during grinding, but that's no big deal. I would definitely buy one of these as a gift for someone.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great build quality, and grinding consistency.
I will buy again, and recommend this product to anyone who is looking for a manual coffee grinder.