10 Best Burr Grinders
Eureka Mignon Specialita
For the home barista looking to make a delicious espresso, the Eureka Mignon Specialita can get the job done without waking up the family. An insulated steel case helps reduce operating noise, while the wide chute prevents grounds from clumping inside it.
The JavaPresse Manual features a dual-plated ceramic conical burr assembly, removable hand crank, and integrated grind selector with 18 distinct click settings, giving you precise control over the resulting coarseness of your coffee grounds.
Baratza Virtuoso Plus
Using its dial-operated digital countdown function, the grinding time on the Baratza Virtuoso Plus can be adjusted to increments as small as one tenth of a second for precise dosing. Its compact and low-profile design is well suited for placement under a kitchen cabinet.
The gear reduction motor powering the Capresso Infinity is designed to run at relatively slow speeds, which can help to reduce grinding friction and preserve both the aroma and flavor of your beans, regardless of the brewing method you’ve chosen.
Breville Smart Grinder Pro
The Breville Smart Grinder Pro offers 60 programmable settings for yielding anything from fine espresso to French press coffee. Additionally, it can process beans into the included porta filter, airtight storage container, gold tone filter basket, or paper filter.
The Baratza Vario-W leverages professional-grade ceramic flat burrs and a powerful DC motor for long-lasting durability and consistent throughput. Its collar has a convenient bean shutoff mechanism, so you can easily remove the hopper without making a mess.
Whether you prefer to drink espresso, French press, pour-over, or Turkish coffee, the range of adjustable coarseness settings offered by the Mueller Ultra-Grind enable you to extract rich flavors when using any of these brewing methods.
Baratza Forte BG
Good for busy cafes, the commercial-grade Baratza Forte BG boasts a durable cast metal construction, compact profile, intuitive digital touchscreen, and grind-by-weight functionality with three programmable presets for repeatable dosing.
The Bodum Bistro comes in several colors and is equipped with a friction clutch designed to protect its internal gears from damage. The static-resistant borosilicate glass container helps prevent grounds from sticking to its interior.
The Rancilio Rocky sports a quiet direct drive motor capable of processing over seven pounds of coffee per hour. Its blue-tinted hopper shields your unused beans from harsh ultraviolet light. Unfortunately, it takes up a lot of counter space.