Cuisinart DBM-8 Burr Mill Coffee Grinder Review

Cuisinart DBM-8 Burr Mill Coffee Grinder Review

How does a burr mill compare to a blade-based coffee grinder? Let’s compare this Cuisinart burr mill to a Mr. Coffee IDS77 blade coffee grinder.
Read more about these grinders at Amazon:

Cuisinart DBM-8 Burr Mill: http://amazon.com/dp/B00018RRRK/?tag=ytclrfsfs-20

Mr. Coffee IDS77: http://amazon.com/dp/B000BRLXUI/?tag=ytclrfsfs-20

A uniform grind can greatly improve a cup of coffee. Burr mill coffee grinders are known for producing a more uniform grind than blade grinders, but how big is the difference? In this video, we’ll find out.

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Raymond Luciano says:

what would be your best setting starting from the medium to coarse for cold brew, chemex and french? I have that same burr grinder..

Jeff Spencer says:

outstanding review. mine was delivered today, cannot wait to try it out. next up, roasting green beans!

Mkewl2006 says:

That was a very good review. I have the mr coffee grinder that you displayed and is a good durable blade grinder. It's great for expresso. You will get a bitter flavor if you are using a French press. Time for a burr grinder. Thanks again for your review.

lovelife02 says:

This really helped, thank you.

helpfulnatural says:

Another big difference between burr grinders and blade models, that you didn't mention, is that blade grinders create a lot of friction which in turn creates more heat. Heat will damage the delicate flavor compounds in your coffee beans. And here's a tip when using your burr grinder, if you want to adjust or change the grind size, and there are beans in the hopper, you should only do it while the machine is running. Turning the adjustment back and forth while the hopper is full can damage your burrs or throw off the alignment of them if there are beans in between them when the motor is stopped.

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