Coffee Grinder (2.5-oz.) by Cuisinart
This coffee grinder should be kept handy to grind your beans just prior to brewing your coffee for the best taste. Get a second one for grinding spices and herbs; it makes easy work out of peppercorns, parsley or basil. Or combine and chop your very own herb mixture. See complete description »
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This coffee grinder should be kept handy to grind your beans just prior to brewing your coffee for the best taste. Get a second one for grinding spices and herbs; it makes easy work out of peppercorns, parsley or basil. Or combine and chop your very own herb mixture.
My Cuisinart Coffee Grinder stopped working after one use! I had only ground 4 tablespoons of coffee beans!
I bought this to grind spices and find it very hard to clean. Will continue to look for a better solution.
The grinder works great. It took a while to get it though. It was over a week before I received it.
Generally, this is a good coffee grinder. Its only problem is that it can be a touch messy when getting the lid off and the ground coffee transferred to the coffee pot. I find this true for even typical amounts of coffee beans suitable a 10 cup pot. But, it does a good job of grinding the beans evenly and is overall a good grinder.
This is a great grinder for a single small pot of coffee.
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When shopping for coffee, look for a few key terms that'll ensure the best possible brew. "Fair trade" means the coffee farmer was paid a fair living wage for his beans. "Organic" means the coffee trees weren't treated with any pesticides. "Shade grown" means the beans didn't come from coffee trees that were genetically modified to grow in the sun. Coffee trees naturally thrive in shady forests, but a lot of coffee these days comes from trees that were modified to grow in the sun, meaning that indigenous forests have been clear-cut to make way for large-production coffee farms.