26 Nov '12, 1pm

Krups Diecast Conical Burr Grinder GX610050: One step forward and two steps back via @ShotOfCoffee

Krups Diecast Conical Burr Grinder GX610050: One step forward and two steps back via @ShotOfCoffee

When I married my wife, I became part owner of her family’s 25-year-old Krups blade grinder. The family joke was Krups had made a machine so solid that it would never die. But I had read that blade grinders produce an inconsistent grind and heat up the beans, causing an early release of aromatic oils. In other words, a lot of the subtle flavors in your coffee end up stuck to the walls of the grinder. In the case of our tired workhorse, it probably didn’t help that the blades had probably been dull since the early 1990’s.

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