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Have you ever tried to make your own coffee at home, only to realize your coffee grinder wasn’t cutting it? There’s a long list of options available when it comes to this handy tool, and the prices can vary by hundreds of dollars. Why, you ask? It’s simple: Some make better coffee than others.
If you’ve ever wondered which coffee grinder is the best, you’re not alone. Thankfully, Wired.com decided to solve the mystery and test and rate some of the most-known grinders on the market.
In order to decide which is best, they judged each grinder off of particle consistency. They also took into consideration which grinders were quick, quiet, and easy to operate. Considering you may be making your java before you had your first caffeine fix of the day, the grinder has to produce good coffee and be easy to use.
Among seven contenders, (including the Capresso Infinity Burr Grinder and the Hario Skerton), Breville Smart Grinder got the best score. The easy, accurate straight-to-basket dosing and consistent fine grind of this machine easily beat the others. If you are looking for a warming and soul-soothing cup of coffee or espresso without leaving the house, try the Breville Smart grinder.