As a coffee lover myself I am not content having just a cup or two in a day, not to mention the random coffee shop has become a natural thing. However, with the amount of each cup I was left thinking, are those coffees giving me my money’s worth? Of course, the usual conclusion would be “why not do it myself instead”? However, I have no idea how to start. So, I have to get some help from the online world and see what the most recommended DIY coffees are. After getting the brand that was perfect for my smell I was led to looking for the best rated coffee grinder to complete my search.
One of the major consideration is the price of the product, and this brand called The Capresso Infinity Burr Grinder pretty satisfies it. It costs around $90-$140. Also, the great thing about it is that it doesn’t create too much noise when in use. Further, it is best used for drip brewing. However, if you are a French press and espresso lover this may not be the best choice for you since this leaves some coarse bits.
Another consideration is to make sure that the product is “user-friendly”, and in that case I would recommend the Cuisinart’s Programmable Conical Burr Grinder. It also only costs around $100, talking about practicality and convenience in use. The technology it uses is more advanced so it is guaranteed to leave a neat freshly ground coffee, plus the timer is quite solid. However, unlike The Capresso Infinity Burr Grinder, this brand is too loud. (Read: Tips for grinding coffee)
Lastly, the Breville Smart Grinder. This one’s a bit pricey, it costs around $200. However, this personally, is the one that I can best recommend because it’s a relatively smart machine. Indeed. The accuracy in dosing coffee straight to the basket and the super fine state of the art grinding will sure leave you wanting for more espresso. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Therefore, what is spending a one-time big time amount for a lasting pleasure right? We all need that little reward for ourselves once in a while.