It's in the Grind: Now to pick the perfect grinder

The balance of coffee grind to water will give you a great brew.

The size of the grind will influence the flow of the water because adjusting the flow of the water will allow you to customize any of the parameters like bloom time and brew temperature. If it's slow, grind finer; if it flows too
slow, make the grinder coarser. This will bring out different nuance of your coffee such as - floral, fruity, earthy and so on. Experimenting is always the best way to find the best cup of coffee you will brew. Your flavor notes will differ from grind and brewing device.

Encore - Conical Burr with Bin (BEGINNER)


The Encore is lauded by coffee experts as The go-to entry level grinder for those brewing coffee at home. The Encore gives a great grind for drip/manual brew and also grinds fine enough for espresso. Why are Grind settings important: This has 40 grind settings: The extraction rate of coffee grounds increases with a larger surface area. To increase surface area, grind the coffee finer. The higher the extraction rate, the less contact time is needed. A finer grind can reduce the flow rate of water, increasing the contact time. Conical burrs grinders are exceptional at producing consistent grinds from very fine to very coarse as well as being durable and will remain sharp for many years.

Breville | the Breville Precision Brewer™ Thermal

Breville | the Dual Boiler™

Up your game, with more settings and control over your grind you will be able to expand your experimenting for a great for drip, pour overs and espressos!
With 60 unique settings, this programmable conical burr grinder maximizes the potential of any brew. You can also manuallyadjust burr to have more grind options. Digital Screen to choose between 'cups' for French Press or Filter and 'shots' for Espresso to get the right dose for the coffee you're brewing. Grind directly into a portafilter or an air-tight container. Dosing IQ: Precision Digital Time allows you to adjust and program grind time in 0.2 second increments giving you total control and a perfect dose every time.

Check out our Brew Guide for more tips on Brewing Methods

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