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Why Grind Beans at Home | Available Models

Why Grind Beans at Home?

Grinding fresh whole coffee beans just before brewing will protect the aroma of your coffee and ensures the rich full-bodied taste stand outs. Ground coffee interacts with the air around it and within hours loses a great deal of flavor. The longer the ground coffee is exposed to air, the more aroma will be lost from your brewed cup of coffee or espresso

  • Only grind what you need now. Don’t grind for the whole week!
  • Once the beans are out of an airtight packaging, keep them in a dry, dark container with a tight closing lid.

Capresso offers three different coffee grinding methods; conical burr grinders, disk burr grinders and blade grinders.

Conical Burr Grinders preserve the most flavor and can grind very fine with the highest consistency. The intricate design of the conical steel burrs allows for a high gear reduction to slow down the grinding speed below 500 rpm. The slower the speed the less heat is imparted to the ground coffee thus preserving the maximum amount of aroma. Due to the wide range of grind settings, conical burr grinders are ideal for all types of coffee equipment such as; espresso machines, drip coffee makers, percolators, French press and can even grind extra fine for the preparation of Turkish coffee.

Burr Grinders rotate at a considerable faster speed of 10,000 to 20,000 rpm and create a bit more warmth in the coffee than conical burr grinders. They are the most economical way of getting a consistent grind in a wide range of applications. They are ideal for drip coffee makers, percolators, French press and well suited for most pump espresso machines. However they do not grind as fine as conical burr grinders.

Blade Grinders are suitable for drip coffee makers and percolators. They also perform well for grinding spices and herbs. The blade rotates at very high speeds of 20,000 to 30,000 rpm thus heating up the ground coffee more than burr grinders and also creating a bit of coffee dust. That coffee dust can clog up the fine mesh of the metal baskets used in pump espresso machines. The advantage of blade grinders is they are inexpensive and easy to clean with little maintenance.

Available Models

Conical Burr Grinder, Infinity, heavy duty die-cast zinc metal housing (#565), $139.99
Conical Burr Grinder, Infinity, sturdy ABS plastic housing, black (#560.01), $89.99
Conical Burr Grinder, Infinity, sturdy ABS plastic housing, stainless finish (#560.04), $99.99
Commercial quality conical burrs retain the maximum aroma and flavor while producing the widest range of precision grinding for every type of brewing method.

Stainless Steel Burr Grinder (#585) $59.99
Black Burr Grinder w/ Stainless Steel Accents (#580) $49.99
Unique vertical grinding prevents clogging and is easy to clean. Insulated grinding chamber and lid results in the lowest noise for disk type burr grinders.

Coffee Burr Grinder, black and stainless steel (#559.04) $49.99
Consistent, uniform and fresh grinding for espresso machines, drip coffee makers and French press with 17 grind settings.

Cool Grind Blade Grinder (#503) $29.99 – stainless steel
Cool Grind Blade Grinder (#505) $19.99 – black
Cool Grind Blade Grinder (#505) $19.99 - white
Cool Grind Blade Grinder (#505) $24.99 – stainless finish
Consistent, uniform and fresh grinding for espresso machines, drip coffee makers and French press with 17 grind settings

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