Fresh, Even Coffee Grounds
If you brew coffee at home, you might be missing a key ingredient to getting the best taste possible. There are a lot of ways to brew amazing coffee at home:
…but they all have the same problem in common and our product, The EvenGrind Coffee Grinder, will help solve it! To get the best tasting coffee from your favorite brewing method, you need to start with fresh, even grounds of coffee.
Fresh + Even Ground = Better Coffee
Using a high end brewer with stale pre-ground coffee would be kind of like buying a brand new HD flat screen TV and only watching VHS tapes from the 80s. No matter how skilled you are, or how fancy your brewer is, you won’t get the best taste possible.
Introducing the Kuissential EvenGrind
Our product, the Kuissential EvenGrind is an excellent option for home grinding because it uses a patent pending system to deliver a very even grind size, something not found with current affordable grinders, while being a fraction of the price of expensive commercial grinders usually found in coffee shops.
Brew with FRESH, EVEN grounds of coffee by using a Kuissential EvenGrind Coffee Grinder at home.
Why Fresh and Even Ground Matter
Why do I need fresh coffee grounds?
The reason you need fresh grounds is because as soon as a coffee bean is ground, it begins to lose aroma and flavor. For the best tasting coffee you should buy whole coffee beans and grind them right before brewing.
What are even coffee grounds and why are they important?
The home grinder you choose should be as accurate as possible because each brewing method calls for a specific grind size. If your coffee grinder doesn’t let you set the grind size and doesn’t make even sized coffee grounds, then your coffee will not brew correctly.
Uneven Coffee Holds Back Great Taste
If you use a French press with half coarse and half fine grind, the fine particles will over extract and give you a bitter tasting cup.
If you pull an espresso shot with half coarse and half fine grind, the coarse particles will under extract and give you a weak tasting espresso.
Consistent Coffee Grinders are Expensive
Coffee Grinder options currently on the market leave much to be desired:
- Electric Conical Burr Grinders: Allow you to choose the grind size and very consistent. Great quality, usually found in coffee shops, but cost over $100.
- Electric Blade Grinders: Have a very cheap price, but also an extremely inconsistent grind size because the blades just chop up the coffee bean. You can’t choose what size you would like. Not a good option.
- Manual Conical Burr Grinders: Allow you to choose the right grind size, affordable, and more accurate than a blade grinder but has one large design flaw… Keep reading!
The Flaw with Current Manual Grinder Designs
For home use, many people prefer to use a manual burr grinder because they are simple, allow you to choose your grind size, and are affordable. The common design for a manual burr grinder, which is sold by a few brands including ourselves and Hario, produces a better quality grind than a blade grinder but has one large flaw:
Because the burr is not stabilized, it can rock back and forth, creating an inconsistent grind size that doesn’t brew evenly.
The Kuissential EvenGrind
The EvenGrind is a new manual burr grinder design that yields a much more consistent grind size at a fraction of the price of electric conical burr grinders.
Whereas the old design for a manual grinder had an unstable, free floating burr, our Kuissential EvenGrind includes a removable stabilizing cage that keeps the burr steady while still being easy to clean and also an upper and lower bearing for extra support and smoother handle turning. When combined you can see that our burr is totally stable at the grind size you set.
The EvenGrind Product Features
- Keeps the burr stable and the grind at an even size
- Removable for easy cleaning
Upper + Lower Bearings
- Provides increased grinding stability
- Smoother handle turning
Adjustable Grind Size
- EvenGrind allows you to adjust grind size for the perfect brew every time
Ceramic Grinding Burrs
- Relative to steel, ceramic burrs stay sharp longer, absorb less heat, won't rust, and make less noise
- Stops beans from jumping or falling out while grinding
- Smooth turning handle gives better control and makes grinding a breeze
- Burr wobble is completely eliminated
- No rocking back-and-forth
- Eliminates uneven coffee grounds that then brew unevenly
Lab Testing Shows the EvenGrind Works
We have the design ready and made several production prototypes. Grind samples were sent to a lab that specializes in particle size analysis to run a test that compares our EvenGrind to one of the most popular manual grinders, The Hario Skerton.