Turkish Coffee Grinder


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Grind you coffee fresh and as fine as powder with the Turkish Coffee Grinder. Hand made with heavy duty brass, this grinder has steel burrs that will give you that perfect consistency to make the ideal cup of Turkish Coffee. Great for both coffee and to grind spices, this manual grinder is dual-purpose and one of a kind as only a few people in the world still make these grinders by hand.

  • Sustainable - No need to plug anything in, this hand-grinder will just need your strength to grind your coffee for the ideal cup of Turkish coffee.
  • Compact - This grinder won't take up much room as it's handle can fold and fit inside itself after you're done grinding up your coffee.
  • Adjustable - This stepless grinder gives you an infinite amount of adjustments to get that ideal grind.
  • No So Easy - This manual grinder will take a little more work to grind your coffee compared to electric grinders that will grind your coffee in seconds at a push of a button.
Suitable Applications Turkish


Model Number TCW-0025A
Manufacturer Turkish Coffee World
Width 1.75 inches
Depth 1.75 inches
Height 9.25 inches
Product Weight (lbs.) 1.5000
RPM of Burrs No
Case Material Gold-Plated Brass
NSF Certified No
Bean Hopper Capacity 0.9 oz.
Dosing Options No Progamming - All Manual
Adjustment Configuration Stepless - Infinite Settings
Grinder Style Burr - Flat Steel
Burr Diameter 3/8 inches
Anti-Static Coating No
Size 4 cup
Material Brass


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is there some expected life for the grinder?
A shopper on Jul 28, 2017
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I just bought your Turkish coffee grinder and I'm shocked that it doesn't grind into powder for Turkish coffee, it makes fine grains but not powder. It's absolutely nowhere near being a powder! How can this be possible if it's for Turkish coffee? The nut/bolt you mention is very, very tight. I don't seem to be able to move it. Does it go counter clockwise to get powder? If so, would using pliars help move the very tight nut/bolt?
Linda R on Feb 22, 2017
Best Answer: Linda, I've made the following observations on my grinder:
The nut turns clockwise for a finer grind (just like flour).
If pliers are used to tighten it further, the grinding mechanism will lock up.
Mine is set to a point just before the mechanism locks up; the handle and "blades" turn easily and smoothly. The bolt on my grinder is very difficult to turn by hand. I was lucky enough that when I received mine it was already set to a good setting.
I suppose that you will just have to experiment to get your correct setting. I would suggest tightening the nut in a clockwise manner, ever so slightly, and then check the turning and grinding mechanism. If it is locked, back off just a tad and then check it again. As I said before, on an empty chamber everything should turn very smoothly. I would, however, be careful not to force anything. I know that I may appear to be rambling but hopefully I will have been of some help. BTW, once mine is set correctly the coffee has a consistency of flour.
Reply · Report · Ronald B on Feb 27, 2017
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Just wondering how coarse this grinder is able to grind? Would I be able to grind coarse enough for espresso with it, or is it strictly for turkish coffee? Thanks!
A shopper on Sep 11, 2013
Best Answer: They demonstrate this grinder on the SCG site while making the coffee. I believe this is adjustable to a degree.

Reply · Report · Kristin S on Oct 7, 2013
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: Who makes this grinder and how does it work with the aeropress and mypressi?
John b on Jul 30, 2013
Best Answer: We get this grinder from Turkish Coffee World, and since it really is designed for Turkish applications, I would recommend looking at the Hario grinders. They hold a larger capacity and make adjusting for various levels of coarseness and fineness pretty easy, so you can absolutely get good results from an Aeropress or Mypressi. Check out the links below!


Reply · Report · Teri KStaff on Jul 31, 2013
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How tall is the grinder?
A shopper on Nov 25, 2016
Best Answer: 9 inches!

Reply · Report · Joshua SStaff on Dec 1, 2016
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How do I adjust the grinder for as fine as powder coffee?
Kristin S on Dec 16, 2014
Best Answer: There is a bolt on the bottom of the burrs (where the coffee collects into the bottom chamber) and you can adjust it so that the burrs are closer together (finer) or further apart (coarser). A small adjustment will make a difference since you're grinding so finely anyway.
Reply · Report · Stephanie AStaff on Dec 22, 2014
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can I grind beans coarse enough to use in a drip coffee maker?
laura r on Jun 1, 2014
Best Answer: This Turkish Coffee Grinder is not designed to have the range for both a coarser application like drip as well as Turkish grinding. I would suggest looking at the Hario Skerton if you need a hand grinder for drip, which can be found at the link below:

Reply (1) · Report · Teri KStaff on Jun 2, 2014
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Is this grinder hand made?
A shopper on Jun 11, 2013
Best Answer: Yes, this Turkish Coffee Grinder is hand made.
Reply · Report · Teri KStaff on Jun 11, 2013
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the finest grind for the richest coffeeReview by carl
I bought this manual grinder about 4 or 5 months ago and have been very, very happy with it ever since. This device requires some 'elbow grease', how much depends on the quantity and quality of the coffee beans, but it produces the finest grind I have ever seen for the richest, most satisfying coffee I have ever had.

This Turkish grinder is definitely old school; it doesn't come with directions, but the video on the SCG website explains well enough; anyway, the how-to is obvious and after one or two times you figure out how to hold (brace) the device so the effort is minimal. Doing the grinding in the morning would be a turn-off, so I do it the night before and leave the POWDER in the canister the morning DELIGHT. (Posted on 2/29/2016)
good grinder but need some effortReview by Fatih
Use one looking exactly the same at home in istanbul. key to making good turkish coffee is heating the coffee as slow as possible. (Posted on 1/21/2015)
Great espresso grinderReview by Michael
I bought this grinder to use with my espresso machine in the trailer. It always works even when we don't have electricity. Dialling in the grind is very easy and it will grind from cowboy coffee to Turkish. It makes great espresso probably because it grinds at a lower speed and temperature. It's better than a cheap electric grinder for someone just starting out in the home espresso world. (Posted on 9/3/2014)
Excellent Turkish Coffee grinderReview by infinitipearl
Decided I wanted to do the turkish coffee thing. Got a high end cezve from instanbul. Wanted a proper grinder to match. This is the real deal - at first I wasn't getting a good grind (too course), then realized all I had to do was use the included crank to adjust it to Turkish grind. Man does it work well. Now I've got great Turkish coffee. A cevze (ibrik) of copper is extremely important imho, but a grinder is the entire key to a proper turkish brew. Takes a little bit of elbow grease when you grinding this finely (I've read so fine you should be able to put your fingerprint in the grinds), but it's not unwieldy, and you don't need too many beans for a small number of servings. Make sure you don't get the grinder wet, particularly the parts on the inside, and shake out the grinds to keep any buildup of rancid oils. Overall - Highly recommended. (Posted on 5/3/2014)
Pretty good . . . Review by Boris
Recently bought the hand grinder and love it. It grind coffee well. There are no big chunks as with other grinders.

So I would recommend for occasional coffee drinker. (Posted on 12/7/2012)

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Caring for your Turkish Coffee Grinder

For detailed care instructions, please refer to the user manual. We recommend that you also incorporate the following into your cleaning routine:

  • You should not wash your grinder, however, if you must, make sure to dry it thoroughly to prevent any rusting.
  • Never use steel wool or abrasive pads to clean your grinder.


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