Best Burr Grinders For Under $100 (Budget Selection) (2023)

If you’re serious about coffee and want to brew the best-tasting cup, you must start with a solid foundation. By that, I mean using the freshest coffee beans available, heating your water to the correct temperature, and ensuring that your beans are uniformly ground.

One of the easiest and simplest ways to make sure your coffee beans are ground perfectly each time is to use a burr coffee grinder.

If you’ve hung around on Bean Ground before, you’ll probably already know that we only recommend burr grinders.

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You don’t have to break the bank to get one, and you can get a good burr grinder for under $100.

In this article, we will show a selection of handpicked burr grinders that will help take your coffee brewing to a whole new level.

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For Under $100 They Will Be Mostly Manual

Best Burr Grinders For Under $100 (Budget Selection) (3)When shopping for a burr grinder for under $100, you’ll find that most of the offerings are manually operated.

Yes, you’ll have to put in some elbow grease and create a bit of sweat to get a great-tasting brew in the morning – but who said making coffee was going to be easy?

It doesn’t take a genius to understand why more manual burr grinders are readily available for under $100.

The main difference between electric and manual is the motor. The other mechanisms still operate the same, it just requires a bit more effort.

That being said, you can still get your hands on a good burr grinder that’s electric-powered. The Capresso Infinity Burr Grinder and the Cuisinart Supreme Grind Automatic Burr Mill are both excellent examples.

6 Best Cheap Burr Grinders For The Home

So now you understand why Burr coffee grinders are the best, let’s look at some of our top recommendations for under 100 bucks.

Both manual and electric burr grinders are in the mix, so depending on whether you want to break a sweat in the morning or press a switch, I’m sure there is the perfect burr grinder for you below.

Capresso Infinity Burr Grinder

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For the money, the Capresso Infinity Burr Grinder is an excellent buy for anyone looking for a good quality electric burr grinder for under $100 (ish). Even at its low-cost price, it can still keep up with the big boys flaunting the heftier price tags.

For example, the Capresso features commercial grade solid conical steel burrs for high precision grinding, multiple grind settings from extra-fine through to regular or coarse (a total of 16 settings), and the Capresso grinder also operates with very little noise. I must admit, even some of the other more expensive grinders do have an issue with it.

However, the Capresso Infinity Burr Grinder isn’t without its drawbacks. If you’re grinding a lot of beans at one time, you’ll notice that the grinding chamber and chute become a magnet for the coffee grounds due to static buildup, which makes it a little harder to clean.

What We Love

  • High-quality, precise burrs.
  • It can grind fine enough for Turkish coffee.
  • Extremely well-priced.
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Hario “Skerton Pro” Ceramic Burr Coffee Grinder

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The following budget burr grinder recommendation is the Hario Skerton Pro Ceramic Coffee Mill. If you’re looking for a manual coffee grinder, the Hario is a great choice and a favorite among craft coffee enthusiasts. The Hario burr grinder has been designed to provide coffee lovers with an inexpensive tool to grind coffee even while on the move, and its compact size means that it can be tucked into a bag or suitcase with ease.

There are only two parts to the Hario burr grinder; the top hopper, which incorporates the grinding arm, and the bottom container. The top hopper has been crafted from semi-smooth, translucent, durable plastic, and the bottom container is glass.

The Hario Skerton Pro features ceramic burrs, which are rare in a burr coffee grinder under $100; most in this budget range tend to be made from metal. Ceramic burrs will not get hot as metal burrs often do. This additional heat buildup can affect your fresh coffee beans as they’re being ground, so ceramic burrs are preferred.

The Hario burr grinder does have one flaw, in my opinion, and that is the top crank arm. I have found that this crank can become loose during prolonged grinding, but it’s not as bad with the new professional version as it was with the older models.

? Want to know more about this grinder? Take a look at my Hario Skerton Pro Review!

What We Love

  • A slip-free rubber base makes for an easy grind.
  • Easy to disassemble and clean.
  • Hopper capacity: 100g (about 4 cups of coffee per grind)

Take Note

  • Glass base means it’s more fragile in transport.
  • Requires elbow grease to grind.

Bodum Bistro Electric Burr Coffee Grinder

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Bodum has become synonymous with clever, innovative designs and superior quality. One of my top-rated French Press pots is a Bodum. The overall construction on this particular grinder is durable plastic married together with silicone/nylon and borosilicate glass.

The Bodum comes with 14-grind settings from fine to coarse, giving you the flexibility to grind coffee suitable for almost any brewing device. That being said, one drawback is that you cannot churn out a coarse enough grind for the French Press. The highest setting on the Bodum Bistro grinder is unfortunately still small enough to let coffee grinds slip through the mesh plunger on almost all of the French press pots I tried.

On the plus side, unlike most other coffee grinders that utilize plastic containers for catching freshly ground coffee, the Bodum uses a borosilicate glass container to catch the grounds. This simple tweak to the design almost eliminates the static buildup.

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Despite the Bodum Bistro’s alluring price tag and modern, attractive design, it seems that some corners were cut to keep the cost low. For example, The burrs themselves are made from steel (not ceramic), and the gears are plastic, which is not nearly as resilient as steel gears.

What We Love

  • Extremely easy to operate, clean, and maintain.
  • Very affordable.
  • Comes in 5 different funky colors.

Take Note

  • Only grinds on a set timer.
  • You can’t grind fine enough for Turkish or espresso coffee.

JavaPresse Manual Coffee Grinder

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The JavaPresse manual coffee grinder has been a workhorse in my daily coffee regime for quite some time; I even did a full review of the JavaPresse coffee grinder. As far as cheap burr coffee grinders go, the JavaPresse is a good buy, priced at around the $20 mark (at the time of writing), which isn’t too shabby for a ceramic Burr grinder. The overall build quality of the JavaPresse burr grinder is excellent for the price, and the brushed aluminum outer casing gives this manual grinder a great look and feel.

The JavaPresse burr coffee grinder can be broken down into four parts: the bottom collection chamber (with a glass section that allows you to eyeball the amount of coffee you have ground), on top you have the main body that fits snugly into the bottom chamber, the lid, and then the hand crank which you slot into the top.

The JavaPresse comes with an impressive 18 grind settings, and by simply turning the internal dial from left to right, you can select the coarseness of your grind.

What We Love

  • Affordable in comparison to other manual grinders.
  • Compact and lightweight.
  • Durable stainless steel body.

Take Note

  • Materials of lesser quality and durability.
  • Grind settings can be tricky to set.

Cuisinart Supreme Grind Automatic Burr Mill

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The following recommendation for the best burr grinder under 100 dollars is the Cuisinart Supreme Grind Automatic Burr Mill which is very similar in design and features to the above Capresso Infinity. The Cuisinart burr grinder feels solid and has a brushed stainless steel housing combined with black accents in durable plastic.

The main parts such as the bean hopper, the plastic lid, the burr grinder parts, and the grinding chamber, can be easily removed for deep cleaning. A neat feature is the intelligent built-in safety feature that stops the grinder from operating when the hopper and the chamber aren’t in place.

The Cuisinart Supreme Grind comes with a heavy-duty motor and 18-grind settings from fine to extra coarse, which can be easily set by simply turning a dial. One innovative feature of the Cuisinart Supreme Grind is the ability to “set and forget.” Just adjust the amount of ground coffee required, which can be anywhere from 4 to 18 cups, and the grinder shuts off when the desired amount is reached.

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What We Love

  • Unbelievably low price.
  • Very easy to clean.
  • Simple to use

Take Note

  • The all-plastic design means this grinder is prone to static.

Kalita Coffee Mill Retro One

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Kalita is well known in the coffee world for their pour-over coffee maker, the “Kalita Wave,” so it should be no surprise that they have also produced a good budget burr coffee grinder to complement their famous coffee brewer.

For the money, this burr coffee grinder is a relatively decent buy and at the time of writing, it was priced under $100.However, the Kalita Retro one does seem to have some flaws, in my opinion. For one, the burrs of this manual grinder are not sharp, which means more work manually cranking the grinding arm and that your final grind is not going to be as consistent as some of the other grinders in this best burr grinders list.

Also, one other drawback is that the metal hopper lacks any lid, which means beans will fly all over the place if you are not careful when grinding. Besides those two issues, there isn’t much else really wrong with the Kalita Retro One. It is a surprisingly well-built manual burr coffee grinder for the price.

What We Love

  • Very affordable price.
  • Japan made.
  • Able to grind ultra-fine through to extra coarse.

Take Note

  • The handle is long, so you really have to crank it to grind the beans.

Burr or Blade Grinder, Which is Best?

Why are burr grinders the best? The blade grinder is probably the same type of coffee grinder that your mother was using back in the day. Blade grinders are less expensive than burr grinders, and you can easily find this sort of grinder for under $100.

But technically, they don’t actually “grind” your coffee beans, and they smash your beans to uneven bits and chunks and even powder with two very fast-moving blades.

Best Burr Grinders For Under $100 (Budget Selection) (10)One of the biggest problems when using a blade grinder is the inconsistent grind. You have no control, and it’s “pot luck” what your final grind will be after you have smashed your coffee beans into oblivion.

A burr grinder, on the other hand, offers a lot more control when grinding your beans, and they do “grind” your coffee beans rather than chop or smash them like the blade grinders tend to do.

The burr grinder is made up of two revolving abrasive wheels or plates called “burrs.” Your beans are pulled through these burrs a few at a time, where they are then ground to the desired grind – depending on your chosen grind settings.

Best Burr Grinders For Under $100 (Budget Selection) (11)The number one advantage of a burr grinder vs. a blade grinder is the ability to grind your coffee beans to a uniform size.

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This makes for a better cup of coffee through a more even extraction. It helps avoid clogging problems at the brewing stage, and most importantly, it gives you the flexibility to grind your beans to the coarseness or fineness that best suits the kind of coffee brewer you’re using.

Burr grinders have two flaws; high-speed grinding can cause excess heat, which can adversely affect your coffee beans. So make sure you buy a burr grinder that has a low-speed setting.

Also, cheap burr grinders tend to have an issue with static buildup. When the coffee grinds build up a static charge, they’ll attach themselves to absolutely anything, which can be a pain when cleaning.

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Best Burr Grinders For Under $100 (Budget Selection)? ›

The best coffee grinders for 2023 are: Baratza Virtuoso Plus, Bodum Bistro, Baratza Encore, Baratza Vario, Rancilio Rocky, Capresso Infinity, Breville Smart Grinder Pro, Fellow Ode, Baratza Sette 270, Eureka Mignon Silenzio, KitchenAid Conical Burr Grinder, and Oxo Brew Conical Burr Grinder.

What burr grinder should I get? ›

The best coffee grinders for 2023 are: Baratza Virtuoso Plus, Bodum Bistro, Baratza Encore, Baratza Vario, Rancilio Rocky, Capresso Infinity, Breville Smart Grinder Pro, Fellow Ode, Baratza Sette 270, Eureka Mignon Silenzio, KitchenAid Conical Burr Grinder, and Oxo Brew Conical Burr Grinder.

Are bigger grinder burrs better? ›

The larger the burr size, the more cutting area available. A greater diameter burr means that for any quantity of beans, there will be fewer rotations of the burr set to grind them thoroughly, which leads to a faster dose of ground coffee: not a more rapid spin, a quicker result.

Why is the conical burr grinder the best? ›

A conical burr is easier to clean, produces consistent flavor without as much cleaning, and wastes less grounds. A direct consequence of the flat burr grinder's shape is that some grounds will become trapped in the grinder (4).

Which is better flat or conical burr grinder? ›

Generally speaking, flat burrs are more consistent and more expensive. Depending on the model, they can also be noisy and, unless there is good ventilation, heat up quickly. In contrast, most conical burrs are quieter, cooler, and cheaper, but less consistent.

How long do burrs last in a grinder? ›

We recommend changing your filter coffee grinder's burrs every six months, regardless of volume.

Do I really need a burr grinder? ›

Most coffee lovers will tell you that a burr grinder is far superior when it comes to grind size and flavor. While more expensive than a blade grinder, burr mills are widely recognized for their consistency, quality, and overall uniformity.

Are ceramic burrs better than steel burrs? ›

Ceramic burr are less thermally conductive than steel, this means these burrs transfer less heat than steel burrs (See below on heat). Ceramic burrs require a custom mold or tool to form them. These tools are not cheap so there are far fewer ceramic burr designs to choose from than steel.

Which grinder makes the finest grind? ›

  • Baratza Encore Electric Grinder. ...
  • Krups Precision Grinder. ...
  • Cuisinart Supreme Grind Automatic Burr Mill Grinder. ...
  • Eureka Mignon Filtro Coffee Grinder. ...
  • Fellow Ode Brew Grinder. ...
  • Oxo Brew Conical Burr Coffee Grinder With Integrated Scale. ...
  • Baratza Virtuoso+ Conical Burr Coffee Grinder With Digital Timer Display.
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What is the most popular grinder size? ›

The most commonly used sizes are the 4” and 4 ½”. These grinders typically have the capacity for wheel diameters of up to 7”, with particularly small versions having the capacity for 3” discs.

How do I know if my burr grinder is dull? ›

While extraction is the easiest and most objective way to test your burrs, there are some other signs to look for. The most obvious is that the grinder has to work harder as the burrs become less sharp, which means it makes more noise, generates more heat, and takes longer to grind the same amount of coffee.

Does grinder burr size matter? ›

As burr size increases, so too does the size of the grinder itself. Bas says: “Generally speaking, the larger the burrs, the better the performance. “Grinders with larger burrs are more stable, quicker, and more efficient, and generally require fewer grind adjustments.”

What the difference between a conical burr grinder and a burr grinder? ›

Conical burrs have a cone-shaped ring that sits inside another cone-shaped ring that's hallow. Beans are directed down through the burrs at a slight angle, but the path is essentially vertical. Flat burr grinders have two rings of burrs that sit horizontal to the ground. One faces upwards and the other faces down.

What is a ghost burr grinder? ›

As spooky as it sounds, and for as obscure as it is in the United States' coffee scene, the flat, knobby grinding disc known as a “ghost” or “ghost-toothed” burr is a relatively popular component within many larger bulk coffee grinders and a few smaller, more recent designs on Asian markets.

Is there a quiet burr grinder? ›

OXO Conical Burr Grinder

OXO is a well-recognized brand for kitchen appliances. The OXO Conical Burr Coffee Grinder is an excellent and relatively quiet option that can grind lots of beans in a short period.

How often should you clean conical burr grinder? ›

As a general rule, clean your coffee grinder every two weeks. However, if you're grinding every day, or using oily beans, you'll want to clean your grinder about once a week. When your coffee grinder is clean and dry, it will stay fresher, longer, and it will keep your coffee tasting delicious.

Is it OK to run burr grinder empty? ›

No it won't be a problem. Prosumer and commercial grinders will not be damaged by running empty for short time periods like you describe.

Should I wash burr grinder? ›

You should be cleaning your grinder at least once a month, Mitchell recommends. But it really depends on how often you use your grinder. If you make two to three cups of coffee a day at home, you'll probably need more cleaning than someone who makes just one cup. Roast type is also key.

How do I know if my burrs need replacing? ›

Now that you have this flavor boost to look forward to, let's explore these four ways to tell if your burrs need replacing.
  1. The Burr Edges Feel Dull. ...
  2. You Keep Having To Grind Finer. ...
  3. The Grounds Are Increasingly Inconsistent. ...
  4. Grounds Are Coming Out In Clumps.

Can I grind coffee in a burr grinder? ›

If you're looking for the best way to achieve a precise grind size, a burr grinder is the way to go. This will give you the control you need to produce the consistency that's especially important for grinding coffee for espresso machines, or other pressure and quick extraction methods of brewing.

Is a manual burr grinder better? ›

In fact, you will achieve better grinds using a manual grinder, than an electric one less than $100. Low-end electric grinders are mostly fitted with false burrs. Therefore, they don't produce the uniform coffee grounds that you would expect from a device with such a price tag.

What is the best burr material? ›

Generally, plastic and ceramic burrs are more resilient than other materials, and can retain sharpness for around twice as long as general stainless steel burrs. However, ceramic and plastic burrs are significantly less sharp than steel burrs to begin with.

Do ceramic burr grinders wear out? ›

Ceramic burrs can last slightly longer, clocking in at around 750 - 800 lbs. of coffee before needing to be replaced. This means it would take a person grinding 1lb. of coffee per week, around 10 years to wear out their burrs.

Can you wash ceramic burrs with water? ›

Ceramic burrs (on the left) are the only burrs that you can wash with water. Steel burrs easily pick up rust if they are exposed to moisture.

Is Baratza made in China? ›

global team. We design our grinders in Seattle. They are built in Taiwan, with precision burrs from Europe, and distributed through an ever-expanding worldwide network.

What is the ideal grind size? ›

Start with a medium-fine grind, and adjust it based on your preferences. For example, if your brew turns out sour (under extracted), use a finer grind next time, and/or increase your brew time slightly. If your brew ends up bitter (over extracted), use a coarser grind next time and/or decrease your brew time.

Why are 9 inch grinders banned? ›

9 inch grinders have been banned from a number of work sites due to the increased risk of injury. In the majority of catastrophic injuries and fatalities involving 9 inch grinders, the level of risk was significantly increased because workers have removed guards and/or used incorrect discs.

Which angle grinder is best 4 inch or 5 inch? ›

Also higher motor power gives you more round per minute and work is done faster, but since power is same as that of 4 inch machine, thus it's a negative. Thus makes more sense to buy 4 inch grinder according to us.

How do I choose a grinder wheel? ›

How to choose a Grinding Wheel
  1. The Material Being Ground.
  2. The Severity of the Operation.
  3. Required Finish and Form Accuracy.
  4. Area of Contact.
  5. Wheel Speed.
  6. Coolant Use.
  7. Machine/Spindle Horse Power.
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How long do Eureka mignon burrs last? ›

Eureka Mignon XL

These burrs are apparently good for around 1300 Kg of beans, which is a lot. To put that into meaningful numbers, if you're making around three or four double shots per day they'll last about 50 years!

Why does my burr grinder keep jamming? ›

This can happen for a couple of reasons: coffee oils and debris can easily build up in the burrs if they have been left to collect over time. And the burr chamber can become jammed if the burrs are set too fine for the grinder to force the beans through the machine.

Which is not an advantage of using a burr grinder? ›

The burr grinder will take a lot of time to grind the beans compared to the propeller grinder that grinds faster. This can be the disadvantage, but presently there are more and more burr grinders that grind faster than the old propellers.

What is the difference between 64mm and 83mm burrs? ›

A typical 64mm flat burr will grind around 800 pounds of coffee before it dulls. A typical 83mm flat burr will grind around 1400 pounds of coffee before it dulls.

How do you break in a grinder burr? ›

The breaking in process can be accelerated by running uncooked dried par-boiled rice through the grinder. We do recommend pulling a few shots with your grinder before beginning the seasoning process! Every burr set is different, and some don't require any seasoning at all.

What level of burr grind for French press? ›

The French Press method calls for a coarse grind. The grind size should be between . 75 mm and 1 mm. If the grind is too coarse it will make the coffee taste weak.

How do you sharpen a burr grinder? ›

The simplest and most affordable method of sharpening the blades of your coffee grinder is to use rice. Take one cup of uncooked rice, put it in your grinder, and then grind for 60 to 70 seconds before turning the grinder off.

What can I run through my burr grinder to clean it? ›

The easiest way to clean a blade grinder is to fill the grinder with uncooked rice until the blades are covered. 2. Run the rice in the grinder. Run the rice in the grinder for about a minute—the rice will collect the oils and remove the excess coffee grounds.

What are 3 types of grinders? ›

Three of the most common types of grinders are angle grinders, surface grinders, and die grinders.

Which coffee grinders are not made in China? ›

COMANDANTE. Comandante grinders are made in Germany. These high-precision hand coffee grinders feature a Nitro Blade® conical burr set that are the result of years of research. The comandante hand grinder can hold its own against any electric grinder available today and is our pick for Best Performance Hand Grinder.

Why are burr grinders so expensive? ›

A lot of it comes down to build quality. On a basic level, there's more metal and less plastic in them, and the quality control is light-years apart: think burrs spinning very close together at high speeds. That's what produces a consistent grind, and your coffee will taste noticeably better.

Is a burr grinder better for spices? ›

Burr grinders don't produce ground spices quite as fine as you can get with blade grinders, and they can have a tough time handling larger spices and those with husks, like cardamom pods. Some models are also tricky to clean, leaving hidden bits of coffee or ground spices in its recesses.

Will rice clean a burr grinder? ›

Grinders Need Occasional Deep Cleaning, Even If You Use Rice

On the one hand, running rice through a grinder as you would coffee provides an easy way to remove a lot of the coffee dust and oils that build up over time.

How long do burr grinders last? ›

Specifically, a set of steel burrs should perform well for about 500lbs of coffee grinding. A set of ceramic should go for about 750lbs. Let's say you go through one pound of beans in a week on average. At that rate, your burrs should last for almost 10 years!

Is it OK to grind coffee beans the night before? ›

You can grind coffee beans in advance, provided you keep the grounds in a dry place, but once ground, you should use them within three days. Ground coffee quickly becomes rancid and flavourless, as the more it oxidises, the more bitter it becomes.

Does burr size matter in coffee grinder? ›

As burr size increases, so too does the size of the grinder itself. Bas says: “Generally speaking, the larger the burrs, the better the performance. “Grinders with larger burrs are more stable, quicker, and more efficient, and generally require fewer grind adjustments.”

What is the difference between a 4 1 2 and 5 grinder? ›

The number of cuts achieved with the 5” Angle Grinder were 100% greater than the 4 1/2” Angle Grinder. The 41% output power and 36% torque provided by the 5” Angle grinder, meant that the disc speed remained at its optimum, allowing the disc to work more efficiently.

What are the different types of burr grinders? ›

There are two different burr grinders, conical or flat plate. Conical Burr Grinders have two cone shaped burrs with ridges that grind/crush the coffee. Flat Plate Burr Grinders have two identical and parallel rings that are serrated on the side that faces the other.

What is the difference between a burr grinder and a conical burr grinder? ›

Conical burrs have a cone-shaped ring that sits inside another cone-shaped ring that's hallow. Beans are directed down through the burrs at a slight angle, but the path is essentially vertical. Flat burr grinders have two rings of burrs that sit horizontal to the ground. One faces upwards and the other faces down.

What happens if you put ground coffee in a burr grinder? ›

Regrinding Coffee Grounds Will Clog Your Grinder

The grounds won't flow through your grinder like whole beans do, and the result won't be espresso grounds.

What is the most common grinder size? ›

Grinder's come in lots of different disc sizes, but the most common sizes are 115mm (4 ½”) and 230mm (9”). You can purchase different discs/heads/wheels depending on the task you want to complete - just make sure they're the right size for your grinder!

What does 32 mean on a grinder? ›

FAQ about Grinder Plates and Blades
Grinder SizePlate DiameterCutting Blade Diameter
#10 / #122 3/4"2 3/8"
#20 / #223 1/4"2 7/8"
#323 7/8"3 1/2"
#425 1/16"4 5/8"
2 more rows

Which grinder is best for home use? ›

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  • Elgi Ultra Mini 85-watt 1.25L Wet Grinder. ...
  • Brayden Crusho Eva 2L Wet Grinder. ...
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Is a conical burr grinder worth it? ›

The difference between the conical and the flat burr is small, but could still be worth considering. The conical burr grinder is heavily favored by both homebrewers and commercial coffee settings. Not only does it grind coffee very evenly, it produces less friction.


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