Espresso and Coffee Grinders
Every dynamite cup of espresso or coffee starts with a dynamite grind. Consistency, texture, size - it all matters. Whether you are new to the world of espresso or have been making the perfect cup of coffee for as long as you can remember, fresh coffee grounds are the first step.
Take your pick from our curated collection that includes everything from entry-level coffee grinders to precision-designed espresso grinders. With video tips and reviews of each grinder, you too can master the daily grind!
$345.00Rancilio. It's the most recognized name in commercial quality espresso machines and grinders. And now, the company has packaged all the professional features and functionality that they're famous for into its latest line of Rocky grinders. The Rocky Coffee Grinder is ideal for the coffee enthusiast looking for better control over grinding. Featuring 50mm burr grinding plates crafted of the finest tempered steel, the Rocky is designed to deliver 55 different types of quality grounds at the press of a button, all without imparting additional heat during the process. Learn More
Regular Price: $422.00
Our Price: $305.00Pasquini's petite Lux Coffee Grinder may be smaller than its other offerings, but it's packed with all the features that budding home baristas want, such as a stepless adjustment system and heavy duty conical burr plates. The Pasquini Lux's clear, compact bean hopper holds up to one cup of fresh beans and is easily removed for cleaning. But the Lux isn't all function. Pasquini wrapped the grinder's sturdy aluminum frame with a polished chrome finish that pairs nicely with many fine espresso machines on the market. Learn More
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Regular Price: $485.00
Our Price: $333.00Simple to use, easy to adjust and consistent enough for espresso: The Nuova Simonelli Grinta hits on all three of these key aspects when it comes to grinding coffee beans. The Grinta is built to last with its extremely durable construction and can easily grind more than 10 pounds of coffee an hour. Prefer drip coffee instead of espresso? Unlock the setting wheel and rotate it to adjust between espresso and drip. Push your portafilter into the lever behind the grind chute, and watch as it fills. What's more, the Grinta comes in a spectrum of colors (red, black, chrome and silver) so you can pick the perfect shade to suit your kitchen or cafe decor. Learn More