- quiet and robust disc grinder
- individual adjustment of the grinding degree
- rotary knob for 2 – 12 doses of coffee
- push-button for on/off
- bean container (250 g) with flavour cover
- detachable powder container
- easy and safe handling
- easy to clean, detachable grinding disc
- cleaning brush
- practical cord take-up
This superior coffee mill with shapely high-gloss plastic casing and decorative stainless steel application is an eye-catcher in every kitchen. The bean container with flavour cover keeps the beans aromatic. In the robust grinder, two superior steel grinding discs treat the coffee beans gently until the set grinding degree is reached, which can be set individually from coarse to very fine. The desired powder quantity (2 – 12 cups) is selected via a rotary knob. The detachable powder container makes it easy to take the ground coffee out and the detachable grinding disc provides for an easy cleaning. The practical cord take-up for cord not in use makes the pleasantly easy and safe handling of this appliance perfect.
||230 V 110 W
||18,50 x 11,20 x 26,50 cm
||individual adjustment of the grinding degree - from coarse to extra fine
||2 high-quality grinding discs made of steel
||transparent bean container with flavour cover
Here you will find a selection of suitable recipes:
The device in action - can be seen at:
What coarseness is best for what coffee preparation method?
Coarse powder (setting 5 - 7) is best for hand-filtered coffee.
Medium powder (setting 3 - 4) is normally used with boiler espresso machines.
Fine powder (setting 1 - 2) is suitable for filter coffee makers or for automatic pump pressure espresso machines.
Extra fine powder (setting 1) is perfect for manually making mocha.
In the end, what coarseness you chose for what type of preparation is up to your own taste.
What foods can be processed in the grinder?
This coffee mill is designed for grinding coffee/espresso beans within the quantities usually needed for domestic use. The mill´s disc grinder processes beans to your desired coarseness extra gently. To ensure good quality of your ground coffee powder please use the mill to process coffee/espresso beans only.
My coffee mill does not start anymore. What can I do?
Clean the coffee mill and make sure to continue removing leftover coffee powder in the future to avoid hard to clean residues. Make sure the cover and the powder container are engaged properly. For safety reasons both parts feature safety switches, which prevent the mill from starting unless all parts are properly engaged.