Hario Coffee Grinder Column - Wood
The Hario Coffee Grinder Column Wood is a ceramic grinders with blades that prevent the oxidisation of coffee beans during grinding by reducing the frictional heat between the blade and coffee beans, keeping your beans fresh right up to the brew.
It has a fully adjustable hand crank and ceramic burrs for an extremely reliable grind. The manual coffee grinder also features an enclosed top which ensures no beans are spilt while grinding your fresh beans.
The Hario Coffee Grinder Column is built tough with its hard wooden exterior and ample grinder ability it will survive the tough life of grinding your beans everyday and producing your fresh coffee. The wooden exterior of the hand grinder provides a stunning feature piece while not grinding sitting right next to your brewing equipment. It captures the attention of all who see it.
- Durable Ceramic Burrs
- Fully Adjustable Grind Variation
- 40g Capacity
- Wooden Body
1 x Hario Coffee Grinder Column - Wood
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Nice looking grinder, but
the grounds are very uneven, you get what you pay for. Suggest to invest a bit more to get a better grinder if you care about the coffee taste.
Cute functional grinder!
I purchased this as my first-ever grinder. The design has a nice vintage charm to it and has solid construction, with pieces fitting snugly together. The upper section takes the perfect amount of beans for my 3 cup moka when full, but there's enough room in the cylinder to grind more if necessary. It's a little fiddly, but easy to adjust once you figure out how to do it. It might take a bit of trial and error to get the right grind-size, so I recommend testing a small amount of beans first. Overall, a nice grinder to start off with. Made good coffee with it :^) **photo shows one basket-worth of beans for a 3 cup moka pot, ground finely.
Possibly purchased in haste and although it would work, the grinder only has one input- output. The beans would be ground by the ceramic disk, and the result would be unknown until you tip the cone tents out. I should have been more thorough, in reviewing the specifics instead of probably assuming that there was a drawer that would collect the ground beans.
I wanted something to looked
I wanted something to looked good, wasn’t plastic, and does a good grind. This grinder met all my expectations!