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Coffee lovers will tell you that the best coffee comes from beans grounded
immediately before the coffee is brewed. Old Time coffee drinkers know this by
heart. That's why no kitchen is complete without a coffee grinder. Waking up in
the morning and grinding up a fresh batch of coffee beans and throwing it into
the coffee maker and then anticipating that first sip of fresh hot coffee! Now
that is the good life!What Makes a Great Coffee Grinder? When it comes to coffee
grinders, there to basic types. One is called burr grinders and the other is
called blade grinders. The difference between these two is basically how the
beans are processed. Blade coffee grinders use a spinning blade to grind up the
coffee beans. Burr grinders use burrs to grind up coffee beans. Burrs resemble
plates with gears on them. One of the burrs is stationary, while the other one
spins and grinds up the coffee beans. When trying to make a great cup of coffee,
one has to keep a couple things in mind. The taste of coffee will be affected by
heat and uniformity. What this means is, heat is undesirable in a coffee grinder
because it damages the coffee beans. The process of grinding coffee is
relatively violent, because both blade and burr grinders in produce some heat.
And of course, the faster the grinding mechanism runs; the more heat is being
generated. Even finer grinds generate heat because of the extra time it takes to
grind the coffee beans. For those who are concerned about the quality of their
coffee, one can purchase a low- speed burr grinder. A low speed burr will be
more expensive. As well it will take longer to grind the coffee beans. But
coffee purists will swear by these coffee grinders as the only way to go for a
perfect cup of coffee. Another very important factor is the uniformity of the
grind. With the brewing process, the water spends a certain amount of time
passing over the grinds. The uniform grinds are much more efficient at imparting
flavour to the water. At first glance, the average coffee drinker may not be
able to distinguish coffee that was grinded from a blade grinder vs. a burr
grinder. But, to a coffee purist, they will notice the difference. The blade
grinder is not very good at creating a uniform grind. However, with burr
grinders, they produce an exceptional uniform grind resulting in a much tastier
cup of coffee. Quite frankly, it's a no brainer when it comes to selecting a
coffee grinder. The burr grinder s really the only way to go. However, some of
the higher end models can cost several hundred dollars, thus putting them out of
reach for some of the coffee lovers. However, this doesn't mean that a small
budget will always get a poor coffee grinder. Best to do a search online for
burr coffee grinders. One can pick up a very nice coffee grinder for under
hundred dollars. The selection is almost endless. Most coffee lovers consider a
coffee grinder to be an investment and not an expense. After all, who can put
the dollar value on a fantastic cup of coffee each and every morning? Yes, it
is the good life!