The best coffee grinders in the world are big, heavy and industrial, like the Mahlkonig EK43. But unless you’re ready to fork over a couple of Gs and half the real estate of your kitchen counter, you’re better off going with a Baratza Virtuoso — which is still plenty of machine, if not the better model for everything but espresso.
The Virtuoso features 40 individual grind settings and a high-quality burr that churns out consistent grinds without overheating the beans. Our only complaint is the small mess it can leave on the kitchen counter — the byproduct of static and a clunky grind catcher — but it’s a small price to pay, especially today. The Virtuoso is currently on sale for the lowest price we’ve ever seen. Thank you very much.
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