Rhinowares Hand Grinder

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Rhinowares Hand Grinder

59.95

Want to make better coffee, buy a grinder. In case you were wondering, ground coffee goes stale in under 10 minutes.. crazy huh!? This will take your home brew from being just coffee, to a rich, flavourful, complex taste experience!

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The Rhinowares compact hand coffee grinder includes an adaptor so you can grind straight into an AeroPress®. This grinder is a great solution for grinding coffee "on the go" - for travel, work or even just at home.

Some of the features of the Rhinowares compact hand grinder include:

- Compact size - the body fits in an AeroPress®
- Quality conical ceramic burrs for consistent grind, easy cleaning and less static
- Easy adjustment for a wide range of grind types - Smooth grinding motion
- Includes a convenient and protective carry bag
- Superior particle size distribution

The Rhino Coffee Gear hand coffee grinder is a great solution for grinding coffee "on the go" - for travel, work or even just at home. 

Some of the features of the Rhino hand grinder include:
- Quality stainless steel housing which makes cleaning easier and reduces static
- Tested and certified as food safe by an independent laboratory providing peace of mind
- Conical ceramic burrs which stay sharp longer, don't rust and are easier to clean
- A simple adjustment method for a range of grind types
- Ample capacity - can hold up to 42 grams of coffee beans
- A convenient and protective carry bag
- Smooth grinding motion
- Superior particle size distribution

A couple helpful hints for adjusting the appropriate grind:
- For grind to suit Aeropress, tighten nut all the way, then ease off half a turn
- For French Press, ease off 1.5 turns
- For a v60, tighten the burrs all the way, and then go half a turn back.  Some further adjustment may be required from there depending on the specific beans used.  Suggested ratio is 60g/litre. 
- For a moka pot, which is somewhere between drip and espresso, adjust your grind to the finest level (adjust so that the burrs are touching) then open up a notch or two.

And some cleaning tips:
- It's best to pull the grinder apart and give it a clean every 4 weeks or more often if you are using darker more oily roasts.
- Just use warm, soapy water and an old toothbrush to remove all residual coffee.
- Make sure to rinse with fresh water when finished and allow the parts to fully dry before re-assembling