KRUPS F2034050 Electric Spice and Coffee Grinder with Stainless Steel Blades, Cappuccino
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- Powerful 200-watt motor provides fast grinding
- Grinds up to 3-ounce of coffee beans at a time up to 12 cups of coffee
- Stainless steel power blade for ideal performance
- Oval design for easy pouring and all stainless-steel blades to ensure uniform grinding
- Versatyle unit that can be used for beans, nuts and spices; 2 year warranty
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Inspired by experts and demanding consumers with uncompromising standards of performance and quality, Krups products have been built with three key attributes in mind Passion, Precision and Perfection. Beautifully design, the iconic Krups F2034050 Fast Touch Oval Spice and Coffee Grinder can quickly grind up to 12 cups of coffee from coarse to fine in seconds. Its 200-watt motor and stainless steel blades ensure uniform, even grinding while the oval design ensures easy pouring and handling. From grinding beans, nuts or grains to mincing dry spices, the Krups F2034050 Grinder will soon become an essential part of every kitchen thanks to its versatility. Dimensions are 3.93 by 4.13 by 8.27-Inch.
Top Customer Reviews
to get a different tasting brew of java every morning. Lets see if it will last, seems like it will because the motor is strong. Dont push the pedal to the metal for too long or you will most likely end up with brown fairy dust and over working the motor, keep it to 2-3 second short bursts and you'll get that semi coarse grind that'll get your day started off right!
To all the ones who think if the crema affects the cup flavor, yes it does to the extend of how flavorful your cup is. Remember that every coffee bean has a distinct taste depending on the region it grows and the roasting methods. The gring coarseness can only make sure if your coffee has the optimum taste the roasting company intended for it.
Note - I've never used whole beans for coffee before, I was missing out. The taste of freshly ground beans was significantly different than the same brand's ground packaged coffee.