Make sure your morning cup's as good as the beans.
We're now offering only whole beans (no more ground options) through our online shop. Beyond it being difficult to get the grind size precisely as the customer wants (each has a different idea of the perfect grind size for their French Press), we believe in grinding at home, right before you make your pot or cup. It’s simply and truly the best way to make the best coffee. We take pride in our beans and we want to make sure your morning cup is as good as the beans you're ordering. Oh, and there are so many other ways it'll make you smile.
Why grind your beans?
Which grinder is right for you?
The general rule is that the finer the grind, say for espresso, the greater precision you need in a grinder; this generally means more expensive. On the other hand, a coarser grind, used in French Press, is far more forgiving. Regardless of how you prepare your coffee, we recommend investing in a burr grinder which delivers greater consistency in grind size over blades.
Our hands-down best, all-around grinder with a reasonable price tag is the Baratza Encore Conical Burr Coffee Grinder at $139. We can't tell you how many people we've recommended this grinder to in our cafe and at our farmer's markets. All come back to thank us:) If, however, your priorities are budget, precision, design, quiet, footprint or automation, New York Magazine's 2020 list's got you covered. Check it out.
If we've learned anything from 2020, it's that life's too short for anything but the best coffee. Happy grinding!
Added to cart