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  • Coffee Makers And Common Sense
    On one occasion I purchased a mocha coffee pack from a local coffee merchant and about a week and a half later found that the product was no good, quite ......... Read More

  • Coffee-so Darn Expensive
    I always cringe when that is the first question from a restaurateur, and my response is always the same - "Is price more important than taste"? Consider the ......... Read More

  • Espresso Coffee Pods What Are They
    Espresso Coffee Pods: What Are They? Have you ever wanted an espresso machine to hurry up and give you an espresso ......... Read More

  • Gourmet Coffee---not Just For The Rich And Famous
    You wake up to the smell of coffee brewing--but can you tell if it is gourmet coffee?Gourmet coffees, which like fine wine were once a symbol of prestige, are ......... Read More

  • Learning About The Espresso Coffee Machine
    Coffee aficionados can likely relay the components of an espresso coffee machine much like car devotees can describe an engine. The components of this ......... Read More

  • Making A Perfect Cup Of Espresso Coffee
    When it comes to making Espresso, each and every professional coffee maker, such as Barista, will have their personal secret recipe. In this article I will show ......... Read More

  • Coffee Facts A Brief History In Time
    It is probably common knowledge that coffee was discovered in Ethiopia. The ‘red' cherries which the sheep ate and become very active were taken home and ......... Read More

  • Your Three-step Guide To Buying Coffee Beans Online
    If you're a newcomer to buying coffee beans, you may think it seems confusing as to what type to buy. But follow the three simple steps below and you'll be an ......... Read More

  • The Appeal Of Coffee Drinkers
    What is the appeal of being an avid coffee drinker? I believe I have broken in down to three reasons. The first one obviously is the great taste of coffee. ......... Read More

  • The History Of Espresso Coffee Makers
    The History of Espresso Coffee MakersEspresso coffee makers came out of man's need for a faster cup of coffee. Not only did espresso machines produce more ......... Read More

Every coffee lover out there loves fresh ground coffee, no matter what kind it
is. There's just something special and wonderful about freshly ground coffee
that brings a smile as that first whiff floats through the house or coffee shop.
In order to enjoy the special flavour of fresh ground coffee, one usually has to
own some sort of coffee grinder. Gone are the days of the tiny little box with
the turning wheel on top. Today, a coffee grinder can cost hundred of dollars,
if not more.A great tasting cup of coffee is produced from whole coffee that's
ground within a few minutes of brewing, and it doesn't matter what kind of
coffee bean is used, whether it's an exotic blend or French Vanilla or a
Columbian blend. Whole coffee beans can be caffeinated or decaffeinated. The
reason why coffee tastes so much better when it's just been through a coffee
grinder, is that within two minutes, or so the experts claim, the coffee beans
begin to oxidize, which is referred to in coffee circles as 'staling', which is
what changes the flavour. Most experts agree that the sooner you brew your coffee
after you put it through a coffee grinder, the better your coffee will taste.How
do you grind coffee? There are different types of coffee grinder models out
there, some with a blade and some with a burr. A coffee grinder fitted with a
blade is less expensive than a burr coffee grinder. A fan-shaped blade spins to
grind the coffee beans. However, with a blade coffee grinder, grains are
inconsistent unless you grind the coffee to a finer texture, which is fine if
you're making an automatic drip coffee maker. If you want espresso, this method
doesn't work out too well. A burr coffee grinder is the best, as it crushes the
coffee beans in a consistent manner that allows for a uniform grind. Of course,
a burr coffee grinder can be either an electric style or a hand-cranked style.
Both work equally well, though of course the electric coffee grinder will take
less time. Still, the hand-cranked coffee grinder is ideal for those who like to
take the time to enjoy handling the coffee and savor the aroma while grinding. A
hand-crank coffee grinder is also portable, which makes it ideal for taking
along on camping trips or when RV'ing.A burr style coffee grinder can cost
someone anywhere from $75 to $400, depending on how fancy you want to get. It
doesn't really matter what kind of coffee grinder you purchase as long as it
does the job it's supposed to do. You don't have to spend a fortune for a good
cup of coffee when a bit of patience will get you the same results. Many people
enjoy grinding their own coffee, and whether you own a blade or a burr coffee
grinder, you're going to enjoy a better cup of coffee no matter which style you
use.