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Manual Coffee Grinders – The Benefits Of A Manual Coffee Grinder

Updated on January 5, 2010
Stainless steel manual coffee grinder
Stainless steel manual coffee grinder

If you like to start you day with a freshly brewed cup of coffee with your own freshly ground coffee beans, you should consider purchasing your own manual coffee grinder. This is a great way to ensure that your coffee is as fresh as possible.

The main benefit of manual coffee grinders is that you can decide on exactly how much coffee you need to grind each and every time you want to make a pot or a cup. This is the perfect way to make enough for a relaxing drink while reading your morning paper or to fill your travel coffee mug for your journey to work.

Here are a few examples available from Amazon.

Danesco Manual Coffee Grinder

If you like the idea of having a freshly brewed cup of coffee every morning, this is a great little appliance to help you on your way.

This manual coffee grinder from Danesco will assist you in ensuring that every cup you make will be from coffee beans that you have processed yourself.

This stainless steel coffee grinder consists of a metal where your newly ground coffee will end up once you have entered the beans into the tray. Simply turn the handle until you have enough ground coffee.

vintage style manual coffee grinder
vintage style manual coffee grinder

Vintage Style Manual Coffee Grinder

If you are looking for a vintage style coffee grinder, you may like the design of this manual grinder.  It consists of a wooden box that has a small drawer and is chestnut in colour with an iron container mounted above it. 

The advantage of this grinder is that it has an adjustable setting so you can decide how fine or how coarse you prefer your coffee to be.

This classic design will look lovely sitting on top of a kitchen counter top within a traditional kitchen design.

White ceramic coffee grinder
White ceramic coffee grinder

White Ceramic Hand Coffee Grinder

If you like all things old fashioned, you may like the look of this vintage manual coffee grinder.

The coffee bean receptor is made to look like copper metal and it sits atop a beautiful white ceramic jar base.

The grinding mechanism is adjustable so you can make sure that it is set to the type of size you require.

The white jar also acts as a great storage unit for your freshly ground coffee.

With a handy little wooden spoon, you can easily measure out your ground coffee to ensure that a great cup of coffee is made every time.

Old fashioned manual coffee grinder
Old fashioned manual coffee grinder

Peugeot Nostalgie Hand Coffee Mill

This is another example of a retro coffee grinder that would look absolutely perfect in any kitchen space.

It is made in France and consists of a walnut coloured wood base with the grinding mechanism made from stainless steel.

This ensures that it is rustproof and will be protected from corrosion.

The coffee mill itself measures 5x5x8 ¼ inches and it has an adjustable lever. If you turn the crank clockwise to tighten it, it will grind the coffee beans finely. If you turn the crank counter-clockwise you will end up with coarser coffee.


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