вторник, 28 июня 2016 г.

Kitchenaid Coffee Grinder Review

Kitchenaid Coffee Grinder Review


Kitchenaid Coffee Grinder Review


Kitchenaid Coffee Grinder Review


Before jumping into purchasing the Kitchenaid Proline burr grinder, there are a couple of things that you need to know. While it is attractive to the eye, has a sturdy design with various grind adjustments it has some potential flaws that may turn you away.


In this review we will cover as many potential issues as possible and answer some of the top questions about this coffee grinder model.


Pros\u200b


The build of the unit and sturdy design may allow it to last longer than most models.


There are 15 grind adjustments available from very coarse to fine.


The KitchenAid Pro Line Series Burr Coffee Mill provides a consistent grind with large simple controls and a large coffee carafe.


Manufacturered by a reputable brand.


Cons


The body of the grinder is made of sturdy metal, but the coffee carafe is made of thin glass that is easily breakable.


The coffee bean container does not have a handle.


Some beans may not be emptied from the hopper because of its shape.


Kitchenaid Pro Line Series Burr Coffee Mill may be out of your budget.


Notes:


Since the glass carafe and the hopper are not air tight, flavor loss will occur if the coffee beans or ground coffee sit in them for several hours.\u200b


The grinder does not have a handle for the coffee carafe, which can make it quite difficult to pick up once the beans are done grinding. Unless you have larger hands, you will not be able to grab the carafe with one hand.


A Few Concerns\u200b


It’s Very loud!


The unit produces a loud noise while grinding coffee beans measuring 90 decibels during normal use and 95 decibels when the grinder spins faster as it clears out the final beans.


By comparison, a circular saw measures between 90 and 100 decibels. A back hoe measures 85 to 95 decibels, making this coffee grinder one of the loudest on the market.


Cleaning Is Difficult


Cleaning is required to keep the grinder in good shape. Otherwise you may get either a poor grind or no grind at all. Taking the grinding burrs out of the machine to properly clean them is a time-consuming process.


Another concern is the heavy build of the Kitchenaid Pro Line Series Burr Coffee Mill, which makes it difficult to handle while cleaning.\u200b


The Coffee Carafe Is Delicate


Probably one of the most common issues is the breaking of the coffee carafe. It is made of thin glass and needs to be handled with extreme care.


Luckily, Kitchenaid allows users to buy replacements in the event that this happens. Here is a link to the Carafe.


Replacement Coffee Bean Jar\u200b (Not Carafe)


Frequently Asked Questions & Answers\u200b


1. What is the cup capacity of the Kitchenaid Pro Line Series Burr Coffee Mill?


The cup of the unit will comfortably hold 200 grams of coffee beans, which is equal to 12 pots of coffee. You can produce up to 15 pots of coffee at a time without any ground coffee flowing out of the carafe.


2. Does this unit grind all types of coffee beans?


The Kitchenaid Pro Line Series Burr Coffee Mill will conveniently grind different types of coffee from different areas around the world, such as Arabic, Turkish, and more. As long as you select the right grind adjustment for the drink you want to make, the unit will do the job.


3. Is the grind of the Kitchenaid Pro Line Coffee Grinder adjustable?


You can select from 15 grind adjustments that allow you to set the grind from coarse to fine depending on the drink you want to make (e.g. Espresso or Flat White).


Keep in mind that grind adjustment helps preserve and even improve the aroma of your coffee, which makes this coffee mill stand out from similar models.\u200b


4. How long does it take the grinder to grind one cup of coffee beans?


The amount of time needed for the grinder to grind one cup of coffee beans depends on how coarse or fine you want them to turn out. Expect the Kitchenaid Pro Line Series Burr Coffee Mill to grind one cup of coffee beans in under one minute.


5. Can I replace the coffee carafe if it breaks?


Kitchenaid offers replacements for the coffee carafe and grinding burrs in the event that they break during use.


Or you can use a 1 cup Pyrex measuring cup. This will be sturdy enough to catch the grounded beans and it has a handle.


6. Does the Kitchenaid Pro Line Series Burr Coffee Mill have an instruction manual?


The Kitchenaid Pro Line Series Burr Coffee Mill ships with a complete instruction manual that covers all important information users need to know in order to correctly operate the unit.


The instruction manual consists of insight on the different parts of the coffee mill and their individual roles. There is a setup guide and guide on adjusting the grind based on the drink you want to make.\u200b


7. Will the coffee mill chop spices, herbs, or nutmeg?


Utilizing this Kitchenaid Proline Grinder for chopping spices, herbs and nutmeg is not recommended. The grinding burrs of the machine have been specifically designed to cut through coffee beans.


Nutmeg tends to be much larger and tougher. Second, using the unit to chop other items can result in damaging the grinding burrs, which may void the warranty and shorten the lifespan of the unit.\u200b


Should You Buy The Kitchenaid Pro Line Series Coffee Mill?


If you are looking for a compact coffee grinder that takes little space on your countertop, then the Kitchenaid Pro Line Coffee Grinder might not be the best option for you. The design is bulky and quite heavy. However, the unit feels sturdy unlike some of its competitors.


Despite some of its flaws, the KitchenAid Pro Line Series Burr Coffee Mill is one of the few coffee grinders to do its job well. Its performance, grind options, and ease of use does not require a rocket scientist to operate. However, it does all come at a price.


Original article and pictures take http://www.kitchensanity.com/reviews/kitchenaid-pro-line-series-burr-coffee-mill site

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