Mr. Coffee Automatic Burr Mill Grinder with 18 Custom Grinds, Silver, BMH23-RB-1

August 18, 2018 - Comment

Burr mills are widely considered to be the best method for grinding whole coffee beans—this is because they are designed with plates rather than blades, thus generating a more uniform grind. And the Mr. Coffee Automatic Burr Mill Coffee Bean and Spice Grinder will help you achieve the richest, most flavorful coffee, time after time.

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(as of April 19, 2020 8:22 am GMT+0000 - Details)

Burr mills are widely considered to be the best method for grinding whole coffee beans—this is because they are designed with plates rather than blades, thus generating a more uniform grind. And the Mr. Coffee Automatic Burr Mill Coffee Bean and Spice Grinder will help you achieve the richest, most flavorful coffee, time after time. With one simple touch, it grinds beans quickly and easily. No hassle, no mess. It’s great for use with French presses and espresso makers, too!

Product Features

  • 18 Custom Grind Settings
  • Removable Bean Hopper
  • Holds up to 1/2 Pound of Coffee Beans
  • Removable Grinding Chamber ; Watts: 160
  • Cord Storage.Dual safety-locking switches
  • Install the Bean Hopper onto the unit and turn clockwise (several rotations-will hear clicking as unit gets tighter) until it stops with the grind size indicator on Fine.

Comments

Erick C. Adam says:

Great Price For a Burr Grinder, But You Get What You Pay For I waited quite some time after purchasing this product before reviewing it, because I wanted to see how it would perform over time. I’ve now been using it every day for nearly a year, and I think I can confidently say that it’s worth purchasing, but with some caveats.First, the “pros”: The price tag is amazing – this is only about $5 bucks more than a cheap blade grinder, and requires significantly less work (which is important in a pre-caffeinated state). The hopper holds about half a pound of beans, and acts as a nice buffer to let you know when you need to buy more coffee. The dial makes it easy to make a consistent pot of coffee, regardless of who’s brewing it – just set the dial to the number of cups you want to make and push the button. And the grind itself is very easy to adjust.However, there are a few “cons”, most of which could be fixed with some engineering changes. For starters, the lid to the ground coffee reservoir contains an…

rebecca buys cool stuff says:

Coffee grounds flowing into the body of the grinder

Ryan says:

An affordable grinder for a solid cup of coffee! So far, this little device has made me happy. About a year ago, I began to give up on pre-ground coffee, such as the canned stuff and k-cups for our Keurig machine. Now, don’t get me wrong…the laziness inside of me – from time to time – prefers to drag myself from my slumber down to my kitchen and drop a k-cup in the machine with pretty blue lights and produce a mediocre cup of coffee. But, I picked up a French press on Amazon and a hand grinder (German-made, apparently high quality…should be for the money); and I found myself in heaven. But, that also became a pain: boiling water, pouring it into the press; pressing; cleaning the press; eh…not fun.Then came the big, bright idea – why not just buy an electric grinder? Now, I may not have the palate that some seem to claim on here (many of which probably can’t tell the difference between a cheap cup and one that’s not), but I know what tastes good and bad and what amount of coffee and water works well to produce…

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