Review of the Delonghi KG 89 Coffee Bean Grinder February 20 2017Are you looking to buy a coffee grinder in Singapore? We've previously written about burr grinders vs blade grinders, so we won't go into that. Instead, this article will focus on the actual coffee bean grinder we use ourselves, the De'Longhi KG 89 Grinder, and why we recommend it.
If you've used your coffee grinder to grind either flavored coffee beans or spices, you'd have noticed that your coffee tastes different the next time you switch back to using unflavored coffee beans.
What happens is that oil from the spices and flavored coffee beans are released when they're ground and remain on your grinder if you don't clean it properly. Coffee being the flavor and aroma sponge that it is, absorbs these oils, which then go on to alter the taste of your coffee.
Here's a simple trick that will help you remove such unwanted smells and odors from your grinder.
- Grind about a quarter cup of oats in your grinder till all that remains is a fine powder.
- Oats is soft, so it won't damage your grinder. It is also very effective in absorbing the oils that linger in your coffee grinder.
- Pour out the powderized oats and wipe your grinder with a damp cloth.
The Right Grind for Your Brewing Method May 12 2016
Now that you have a good grinder to grind your coffee beans with, how fine should you grind your coffee beans? It's a common misconception that you should always grind your coffee beans as fine as possible. This is completely off the mark! Some brewing methods require a coarse grind while for others, a finer grind would be more suitable. In this post, we list the right grind for popular brewing methods.
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