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Frequently Asked Questions

Grinding coffee beans with a burr is the most traditional method. The tool has three different types of grinders that can be changed depending on your preference. The first is a conical burr, which is the most common and best for beginners. It has two cone-shaped pieces that fit together and grind the beans evenly. The next type is a flat burr, which is flatter than the conical burr and great for espresso. The last type is a hybrid burr, which is a combination of the two and can be used for either type of coffee.

Burrs typically wear down over time and can become dull or damaged. If you notice your burr being unstable when grinding, then it may be worth checking whether they need replacing because this will solve any problems with stability while also ensuring maximum flavor from each pull on the grinder.

Use a knife, spoon or spatula or another tool to carefully scrape off any stuck coffee bean particles. You can also wash the grinder with soap and warm water, then dry it thoroughly before storing away again.

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