Duronic CG300 Coffee Grinder
If you’re a coffee lover you’ll understand the importance of freshly ground coffee vs. instant coffee. Freshly ground coffee is far superior in taste and nutrition. While instant coffee serves a purpose for those who want it prepared quickly, it leaves out tonnes of flavour, nutrients and even has less caffeine.
But for those who want to take the time to enjoy the taste of their coffee, to appreciate its undertones and flavours, making fresh coffee at home is much better. That being said, making homemade coffee doesn’t take too long and within a few short minutes you could be enjoying the best cup of coffee you’ve ever had.
Using the CG300 coffee grinder at home allows you to take control of your coffee. Simply select your coffee beans, add up to 100g of them to the stainless-steel bowl, put the lid in place and then press the top of the machine to allow the stainless-steel blades to pulsate through the beans to reduce them to the right consistency. Use them in a cafetière or coffee machine to brew and enjoy.
Once you get started you can explore the world of coffee beans. Coffee shops are limited to offering a small range, often one or two, which you get used to by default. But making your own fresh coffee it will give you the freedom to try lots of varieties of coffee beans until you find the ones that hit the spot. Why not cast off onto your own coffee quest and explore all the varieties from around the world in the comfort of your own home…
The CG300 boasts a 300W motor which makes short work of grinding beans or anything else you put in it. It comes with a removable stainless-steel bowl which is easy to remove, transfer the coffee granules and then clean afterward. Cleaning the bowl is easy and the grinder comes with a hidden brush under the unit which can be used to clean around the stainless-steel blades. The grinder unit has rubber feet underneath to ensure stability.
Did you know that our coffee grinder can also grind many more things too. Nuts, seeds, spices, herbs and even cereals. It makes short work of pounding and grinding them all into fine powder/tiny pieces. The longer you pulse, the finer the result.
As well as dry ingredients like peanuts, flax seeds and biscuits, our amazing coffee grinder can take wet ingredients too. It’s like a mini blender!
You could use sweet fruit to blend into a coulis for desserts or walnuts for the top of a cake.
Or how about trying your hand at savoury sauces; you could try making a garlic and herb dip, a mint sauce for lamb, horseradish sauce for beef or even pesto for pasta.