Eureka Home Espresso Coffee Grinder

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Eureka Coffee Machines, Eureka Mignon, Eureka Atom & Eureka Specialita

Coffee grinders are the key to improving coffee results both in cafes and in the world of the home coffee lover. The grinding process with a burr coffee grinder is actually one of the most important part of the coffee process, as the freshness coffee coffee beans greatly decreased after grinding.

Grinding coffee on demand is super important, as during grinding coffee you effectively increasing the surface area of coffee, and as a result significantly increasing the oxygenation process. Pre-ground coffee can never be fresh, and especially in espresso, pre-ground coffee will always lack creama and body. As pre-ground is a one size fits all approach you can never have the perfect grind size for your coffee environment.

The Eureka factory has been making grinders in Florence Italy since 1920 and over the last 10 years they have really invested in redesigning their range and redefining what an awesome grind is. Eureka as a factory build grinders for many other brands such as Black Eagle, Nuova Simonelli and Rocket, and now they have really stepped up their range to become market leaders.

The Eureka home coffee grinder range now includes super popular models such as the Eureka Mignon, Eureka Mignon Classico, Eureka Mignon Silenzio, Eureka Mignon Specialita and the Eureka Atom.

Since their redesign the Eureka designed grinders have become our fastest moving grinders as they out-perform most home grinders and are able to do this on a tiny foot-print. Their grind adjustment is super easy with fine stepless grind control, coffee retention is minimal, and grinder particle size distribution consistent. And the Silenzo offers quieter espresso grinder. Grind time does vary depending on the model, yet the footprint remains the same across the Mignon Range, and they come with small bean hoppers.

We have fallen in love with the new Eureka Grinder, and the Eureka Specialita for us is the best valued home grinder, and actually the grinder which is used at Pedro Lara's home.