Storage can cause aromatic substances to volatilize, which leads to a reduction in the flavor intensity of the coffee. So it's best to always grind your beans fresh in a coffee grinder with your desired grind to coffee grounds, thus making your coffee preparation a whole lot better. If we have now aroused your curiosity and you want to buy a coffee grinder, we at Aromatico will be happy to support you with our grinder advisor.
Ordering the right coffee grinder for you online has never been easier than with us! Browse through our wide selection of different models and manufacturers and buy the coffee grinder perfectly suited to your needs - whether for home or on the road. You can choose between disc grinders, cone grinders and impact grinders, among others. Also note the different capacities of the bean hoppers and drip pans.
VARIABLE GRIND SETTINGS
For many coffee lovers, a coffee grinder is now part of the basic household equipment. Many ask themselves, which coffee grinder should I buy and which one should I use for which purpose?
An electric grinder or rather turn the crank by hand? Nowadays, most coffee grinders can be adjusted individually for each use. Logically, the grinding process is somewhat different with an electric grinder than with a hand-operated grinder. The degree of grinding basically ranges from very fine coffee powder for the preparation of espresso beans in the portafilter to coarse coffee powder, for the preparation of filter coffee with the stamp pot (French press). Whether the grind should be fine or coarse depends entirely on the contact time of the water with the ground coffee for the corresponding coffee preparation.
Different demands require a wide variety of coffee grinders. With us you have a wide selection if you want to buy a coffee grinder. Our assortment ranges from hand grinders from coffee accessories manufacturers such as HARIO or COMANDANTE to electric coffee grinders from manufacturers such as DE'LONGHI. The range also includes coffee grinders with a height-adjustable portafilter fork, so that the portafilter can be clamped and filled with ground coffee in seconds. Coffee grinders differ in capacity, grinder or material. A distinction can be made between three common grinders: the disc grinder, impact grinder and cone grinder. The materials can also vary between ceramic or steel. Some grinders have special features such as a Silent Grind System for a particularly quiet grinding process or a display so that the beans are already freshly ground via timer when you get up in the morning or come home in the afternoon. Buy a first-class espresso grinder to match your drinking habits today!
THE HAND GRINDER, THE CLASSIC TRAVEL COMPANION
Coffee grinders don't just look good in your kitchen. If you don't want to miss out on a fresh taste experience while traveling, you're best off with a small and compact hand mill. With it must still be cranked quite old-fashioned by hand. However, this image has long since become obsolete, because in the meantime it has become part of the routine for a skilled barista to grind his beans fresh and at any time with his own hand mill that he has set up and brought with him.