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Kyocera Advanced Ceramic Coffee Grinder, Black
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- Multi-purpose grinder prepares fresh coffee, salt, pepper, green tea, and even sesame seeds
- A ceramic grinding mechanism never alters flavor of grinds, resulting in fresh, flavorful, and pure ingredients
- Advanced ceramic close in hardness to diamond; will never rust and will provide a long useful life
- Adjustable from fine to coarse grinds; non-slip base ensures stability
- Reusable glass container stores up to 100 g of coffee grinds and is dishwasher safe
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Kyocera Ceramic Adjustable Mills & Grinders
Kyocera Ceramic Adjustable Mills and Grinders
Kyocera Adjustable Mills are perfect in the kitchen, yet elegant enough to bring to the dining table. Our grinding mechanism is made of ceramic, so it won’t rust, absorb flavors or odors. Allow our range of Mills and Grinders, which are crafted with care and quality, enhance your cooking experience helping you enjoy the clean fresh release of flavor in or on your food. The ceramic mechanism on all the Kyocera Mills and Grinders are on the top, which means no more salt and pepper spills on the table. They're comfortable to use and you can adjust for different degrees of coarseness.
- Advanced ceramic grinding mechanism
- Advanced ceramic will never alter the flavor
- Advanced ceramic will never rust
- Durable, consistent performance
- Re-usable containers
- Delivers fresh results every time
- Handy, efficient and easy to use
Kyocera's Everything Mill
Kyocera's grinding mechanism is made from an advanced ceramic which is close in hardness to diamond. It will never rust, thus provides ultra-long-life performance. Excellent when fine results are needed in recipes that call for ground spices or seeds. The clever upright design of the mills will keep your shelves and counters clean from residual grinds. Our mill's ceramic mechanism offers superior performance and durability versus metal-based mechanisms. Suggested Spice Use: Coarse Salt, Peppercorns, Sesame Seeds, Flax Seeds, Mustard Seeds, Dried Oregano, Celery Seeds, any Dried Herb Leaves, Red Pepper Flakes, Parsley Flakes, Cumin Seeds. Spices not included.
Kyocera's Ceramic Coffee Grinder
Kyocera ceramic coffee grinders features a ceramic grinding mechanism that will never alter the flavor of the grinds, resulting in fresh, flavorful, and pure coffee. The grinding mechanism is made from an advanced ceramic close in hardness to diamond that will never rust providing ultra long-life performance. The adjustable mechanism allows for fine to coarse grinds and the non-slip base ensures stability while grinding. A multi-purpose grinder that is great for Turkish coffee, salt, pepper, green tea and sesame seeds as well. Kyocera's coffee mill will provide the perfect grind for your preferred brewing method. Enjoy your love of coffee with a fresh grind! Two sizes to choose from.
Kyocera’s Adjustable Ceramic Mill
Kyocera’s adjustable ceramic mill is available in white or black and features an advanced ceramic grinding burr mechanism that will never rust or alter the flavor of the grinds. The result is fresh, flavorful and pure ingredients in or on your food every time. There is an adjustable dial that allows you to adjust from fine to coarse grinds. Coarse salt and pepper for sure, but also an excellent multi-purpose mill for grinding for other spices as well!
Top Customer Reviews
Because it's a manual burr grinder, you can easily set the size of your coffee grounds, from coarse to fine (though, I haven't tried grinding it to fine since I use coarse grounds for my French press). The grounded coarse coffee were fairly even, too.
The hopper where you drop in the coffee beans nicely feeds the beans (using gravity) into the grinding mechanism and from there into the glass jar. The hopper (with the grinding mechanism) can then be washed separately and the glass jar comes with a convenient lid for storing.
The grinding handle is easy to turn, albeit the area where you hold down the grinder to keep it steady is a bit too large for my small hands. Still, it's not so tough to turn that you're using too much effort in the morning, especially when you're too sleepy! So, I wouldn't count manually grinding coffee as a workout :(
Easy to clean.
The grinder disassembles easily which means you can really clean all parts in a few minutes and have a "fresh" and oil-free one the next day. I use a plain toothbrush to get the burr grinder squeaky clean. I suggest patting it dry and then letting the ceramic burr grinder air dry.
Nice compact product.
Unlike some electric grinders, this can be easily stowed away and used anywhere (i.e., camping). It came with the hopper with the grinding mechanism, the glass jar with removable outer rubber base, a measuring spoon (which is small enough that it can be stored inside the glass jar) and a plastic lid that screws unto the glass jar for storing your coffee grinds.
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Update: Since I posted this video Kyocera has added a silicone lid and bottom cap to this grinder. Both are very helpful - the lid keeps the beans from bouncing out while you grind and the cup on the bottom helps to hold it firmly on the counter when you grind.
We've been using this hand grinder for about a year and love it more and more all the time. At first we found it somewhat annoying because it seemed to take forever to grind the morning coffee, but now we find that it's a great reminder to sloooow down a little. It's almost like a morning meditation. There aren't any real instructions that come with it, so it took me a frustrating half an hour to figure out how to set the grind size. I thought it might be nice to share what I learned to save others the annoyance. So I got out my video camera this morning and put together this product overview along with instructions on setting the grind size.
PS - It always makes my day to know that people find these reviews helpful. If you'd also like to ask a question or leave a comment I usually respond the same day, so if you have a question or comment (even if it's just to say, Hi!") feel free to post it below.
I purchased an ultra-cheap burr grinder at Costco some months back. it was less than $40, I bought it on a whim. One of the worst purchases I've ever made. While it did tend to create a uniform grind...that grind got ALL OVER THE PLACE. The whole device, besides the burrs themselves (which were metal, only adding to the problem), was made of plastic. But not just any plastic, the special kind of plastic that holds a static electricity charge like something from a science project. I tried putting a bit of water at the bottom of the receiver cup. Nope. Just left a small clump of wet grounds at the bottom, and the rest continued to fly out all over the counter, my hands, the coffee maker, whatever. Got so desparate I bought a "ZeroStat" anti-static electricity gun on eBay - you squeeze the trigger and it sends out static neutralizing ions. Well, it does do that, but it's meant for neutralizing static on old vinyl LP's, not the megavolt charge that grinder created.
I couldn't take it any more. Wasting paper towels cleaning up the counter, plus it was every bit as noisy as the old bZZZZZZZZZEEEEEEEEE Braun. Again in desparation, I looked back here on trusty old Amazon.
And I found this little gem. The top bean cup is plastic - but not static generating plastic. The burr is made of ceramic. And while the receiver is made of glass (which can hold static charges), it doesn't seem to be an issue at all.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Well, what can I say. I've used a blade grinder for years and never gave it a second thought. But this mill definitely makes a difference in the taste of the coffee. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Darell Walkowiak
I have been using this coffee grinder for a few weeks and am very satisfied. I can grind enough for a couple of cups of coffee while the water comes to a boil, and the grinder is... Read morePublished 28 days ago by Rainier
I wanted a home spice grinder. This does well with small scale spices (peppercorns, celery seed, caraway seed, etc), but requires a lot of effort and some hand strength to turn... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kathleen O'Connor
I originally bought an electric grinder, but returned it because it was way too messy -- it spewed ground coffee on the counter. Read morePublished 1 month ago by PDX Bailey
Does a great job of grinding beans, no problems. Yes, takes longer that an electric grinder, but use the time as s meditation.Published 1 month ago by Sad Feet
Grinding coffee is not the easy way to start the day, but having freshly ground coffee everyday definitely makes up for it. This product is great. I love it.Published 1 month ago by Vampire Lover
It's a MANUAL grinder, so yes, it does take a little elbow grease and yes, it may take a couple of minutes to get your cup. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Beverly