Krups Blade Grinder

£29.99
 
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Krups Blade Grinder
  • Twin cutting stainless steel blades which whirl and chop the coffee beans
  • Versatile unit grinds all kinds of dry spices (cinnamon, pepper, coriander…)
  • Single speed
  • Stainless Steel bowl
  • Large grinding capacity yields up to 15 cups of coffee / 75 g of coffee beans
  • 200W
  • Oval shape for uniform, even grinding
  • Lid activated safety switch – coffee grinder is not working until lid is locked in place

Product Description

The Krups twin blade coffee mill has two stainless steel blades which whirl and chop the coffee beans. The versatile unit can also be used to grind all types of dry spices.

The 180w grinder has a large grinding capacity, yielding up to 15 cups of coffee / 75g of coffee beans.

It also features a lid-activated safety switch – the grinder won't work until the lid is locked in place.

If roasting coffee beans is an art, then turning them into perfect ground coffee is a science.

If the grind is too coarse, the coffee will brew too slowly, and the flavours will not fully develop. If it's too fine, the coffee will lack aroma and tend towards bitterness. Too much grinding is as bad as too little, for perfect coffee only 'just right' will do.

Different coffee machines work best with different grind sizes, so what works well in a cafetiere will produce dreadful coffee in an espresso machine.

Coffee can be ground with either a blade (chopped) or a burr (crushed). Blade grinders chop and re-chop each bean turning them into thousands of coffee fragments. The longer you chop the finer the blend becomes.

Manufacturer's Description

The Krups twin blade coffee mill has two stainless steel blades which whirl and chop the coffee beans. The versatile unit can also be used to grind all types of dry spices.

The 180w grinder has a large grinding capacity, yielding up to 15 cups of coffee / 75g of coffee beans.

It also features a lid-activated safety switch – the grinder won't work until the lid is locked in place.

If roasting coffee beans is an art, then turning them into perfect ground coffee is a science.

If the grind is too coarse, the coffee will brew too slowly, and the flavours will not fully develop. If it's too fine, the coffee will lack aroma and tend towards bitterness. Too much grinding is as bad as too little, for perfect coffee only 'just right' will do.

Different coffee machines work best with different grind sizes, so what works well in a cafetiere will produce dreadful coffee in an espresso machine.

Coffee can be ground with either a blade (chopped) or a burr (crushed). Blade grinders chop and re-chop each bean turning them into thousands of coffee fragments. The longer you chop the finer the blend becomes.

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