There are a few factors to consider when purchasing a hand mill, such as, size, weight, capacity…. though probably the most important factor to consider is how will the mill will fit in your hand. Grinding on a handmill requires a sturdy grip, and you will want to maintain good leverage for the few minutes it will take to grind the beans. Consider a mill that you can comfortably grasp in your hand, or which you can leverage between your knees. Manual mills are suitable for a drip, espresso and the finer side of a French Press Grind.It has a conical burr design, so it can do a range of grinds from espresso to a passable French press grind (on the finer side of French press). The top part is plastic, the bottom is a glass jar. The top acts as a lid, so technically you could grind and then store the coffee in the base; but who would do that? It does make a handy travel grinder – especially if you remove the glass part and grind directly into a brewer, like a cone or an Aeropress.
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