Grinders. Because your grind is important.

Let’s assume you’re buying Cupper’s freshly roasted coffee, which means you’re getting the best beans at the best roast… then the next most important thing is THE GRIND:

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USE A BURR GRINDER.
​Don’t use a blade grinder. Burrs “crush” the coffee while blades “slice” the coffee, and this makes a YUGE difference in the flavour extraction.

A sliced coffee particle will infuse your coffee with far less flavour than a crushed coffee particle.

​We recommend the Bodum Bistro Grinders, which are one of the best entry-level burr grinders available.

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Blade grinders like the
​one above will give you a weak, less flavourful coffee.

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CHOOSE THE RIGHT GRIND.
Your coffee grinder will have a variety of settings for you to choose from. Experimenting is half the fun! One thing is for sure: when you land on the perfect grind setting, you’ll know it because your coffee will be so much more flavourful. 

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​KEEP YOUR GRINDER CLEAN.
Coffee is a food product, and like any other food-processing equipment, your coffee grinder should be regularly cleaned. The Bodum Bistro grinders are easy to clean: take the top off, brush/vacuum out the inside, and run the top through the dishwasher. Done.