Hario Canister Coffee Mill
The Hario 'Canister' Coffee Mill Grinder utilises the classic design and function of the Skerton Mill, while introducing new elements of steel and wood for a stylish finish. The glass jar and airtight hopper allows left over grinds to be stored in the canister (use cork stopper provided to ensure lid is air tight), the mill also comes with a polypropylene hopper cover to stop beans from spilling out while grinding and the silicone base grip allows the mill to stay sturdy while grinding for a consistent grinding experience.
Built using ceramic burrs, which hold less static charge and stay cooler during grinding, there is less frictional heat which helps prevent oxidation of coffee beans. With an easily adjustable grind setting, switching between brewing methods is no problem! Simply turn the adjustment nut right (clockwise) to make grind finer and turn left (counter clockwise) to make the grind coarser.
- Ceramic Burrs
- 120g storage Capacity
- Steel Hopper Body
- Wood Handle & Canister top
- Glass Canister
- Anti Slip Silicone cover for base
Please note: It is recommended to use a soft sponge and mild detergent for cleaning. Do not use abrasive cleaners, sponges or chemicals.
* Rural and remote areas may attract longer shipping times but we make every effort to ensure we provide the fastest delivery times possible.
Delivery times above are estimates only. Delivery times apply from the date of dispatch, not the date orders are received and refer to business days not calendar days. We make every attempt to ensure all deliveries arrive within the estimated time frames above however sometimes events occur that are out of our control. If your order is more than 2 business days late based on the above guidelines please contact us and provide your name, order number and date of order. – Barista Warehouse Team
Very satisfying grinding coffee beans using this grinder. Watching the beans disappear then opening the canister and breathing in the newly ground aroma is a wonderful start to the coffee making process. Meditative and ultimately gastronomically rewarding. Highly recommended.