Compak Coffee Grinders
After a few months of testing various mills (honestly, we started about the time of the SCAA conference and just finished a week ago), we have found an A small coffee beverage, about 20 ml, prepared on an espresso machine where pressurized hot water extracted through compressed coffee.: In its most stripped-down, basic form, this is... ...more mill we really like – the Compak K3 Elite and K3 Touch. The Elite is the version with a A doser is a mechanism, usually attached to the front of a burr grinder, for putting coffee into an espresso portafilter basket.: A doser is a mechanism, usually... ...more, the Touch is the same grinder in doser-less form. In practice, we tend to prefer the A grinder that ejects its grounds through a chute, rather than into a doser used for espresso ...more grinders for their ease of operation and the potential to be used as a dual-purpose espresso and Brewed Coffee refers to all coffee preparations produced by adding non-pressurized water to coffee grounds. Contrasted with espresso coffee, which is produced under pressure, brewed coffee is primarily... ...more<Coffee Grinder is the name used for a mill to convert the bean into a powder. In fact the grinder "tears" coffee more than it grinds it, when... ...more, but the doser model has substantially fewer clumps and maybe a better choice for dedicated espresso users. These Compak coffee grinders are priced at an attractive level – a step up from the Rocky, but still substantially cheaper than the Mazzer Mini. We think the Compak mills offer great value for the money and are really pleased with the results we are getting in the cup. It is well known that a fantastic espresso machine is nothing but overpriced eye-candy for your kitchen counter without a serious espresso mill to back it up. Some recommend budgeting more for the grinder than the actual espresso machine! With the Compak, we think you can get results similar to a Mazzer or a Macap and save a bit to spend elsewhere.