Manual Hand Coffee Grinders

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Coffee grinders hand held 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 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.

As such it is key to grind fresh on demand, whether it be for espresso machines, pour over, cold brew or stove top. Coffee grinders have become the most popular area of new design. There is now a huge range of grinders to cater for all forms of coffee, environments and budgets.

From portable coffee grinders, manual coffee grinders, home coffee grinders, electric coffee grinders to speciality grinders the range we now carry is insane.

Hand grinders are perfect for coffee lovers grinding coffee while traveling, at work or at home. A great way to grind coffee where power is not available, or on a budget, and definitely a better option that using pre-ground stale coffee for that perfect cup of coffee. We believe they are a super important part of the barista kit, as they allow baristas to get the best results from all brew methods with burr grinders, even on a budget.

Manual coffee grinders have improved dramatically over the last few years, with many brands now having hand coffee grinder in Australia that thrive in reviews. In many reviews, coffee grounds particle size distribution and coffee retention of top end hand grinders are tested against commercial coffee grinders which cost significantly more. Brands like Comandante, Lido , Hiku and Timemore are leading the charge at the top end of the coffee bean grinder segment.

A common question we get is what is the "best home coffee grinder?" and the answer really depends on use and budget. The Baratza Encore is an awesome electric coffee grinder for filter coffee, while for a hand grinder the Timemore Chestnut C2 is leading the way. For home espresso at a higher price point the Eureka range have grown in popularity taking over from the Mazzer grinders.

For a high end, the best coffee grinder hand held is the Timemore Chestnut X and the Commandant are the heros. With the Mahlkonig EK range owning the space for top end speciality coffee world.

What style of alternative brewing do you enjoy the most? We’ve got all your brewing styles down pat whether you prefer black coffee like an Aeropress, Syphon, Batch Brew, French press, Chemex, Pour Over, Moka Pot or something a little cooler like a Cold Brew / cold drip! If you prefer more of a milk based beverage (absolutely) you might pair your Portable Coffee with a manual Milk Frother from our range to get you that delicious creamy morning brew! Now of course we have everything you need to make your coffee experience the best it can be including, Coffee Scales , Pour Over Stands, Filters , Manual Grinders, Gooseneck Kettles, Coffee Servers and Cupping Tools and Coffee Cups if you’re into some taste testing! For our non- coffee drinkers we have a wide variety of Tea Gear which you’ll love! Happy brewing!

What is the best hand coffee grinder?

Our favourites are the Comandante C40 MK3 hand grinder and the Timemore Chestnut X manual coffee grinder. These are beautifully designed hand coffee grinders which have the ability to produce extremely high quality results. However our favourite budget grinders include the Timemore Chestnut C2 and The Porlex II.

How do you adjust your electric grinder?

  1. Decide what adjustment (finer or more coarse) you require and move the collar. Make sure you have enough beans in the hopper and that the close slide is open allowing beans through to the blades.
  2. Turn on the grinder for 10 seconds and discard that grind (it will still be on the old setting).
  3. Run a test shot keeping dose and tamp technique consistent.
  4. Assess shot quality and extraction rate (even if it’s not perfect, have you improved it?).
  5. Repeat as necessary until correct extraction is achieved.

What's a good coffee guide for brewing?

  1. Aeropress - Medium coarse
  2. Batch Brew - Medium coarse
  3. Chemex - Medium coarse
  4. Clever Dripper - Medium coarse
  5. Cold Brew - Coarse
  6. Cold Drip -Medium coarse
  7. Espresso - Fine Coarse
  8. French Press - Coarse
  9. Pour Over - Medium coarse
  10. Stovepot Moka Pot - Medium coarse