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Canning Jar Coffee Grinder

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A fresher, richer brew. Handing-grinding coffee helps you get the most flavor out of your beans. It's also the freshest way to enjoy your coffee. Choose the size grind you want by adjusting the conical burr, from coarse to super fine. Use grinder with included glass pint jar, or switch to a larger jar to store more grounds.
  • Looks beautiful on your counter and works just as well
  • Removable grinding mechanism
  • Includes an airtight lid, so you can store your ground coffee and keep it fresh
  • Food-safe ceramic burr
  • Black metal hopper (open design)
  • 8-1/4"H x 4"OD, 1-1⁄4 1b
  • Made in the USA and China

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CANNING JAR COFFEE GRINDER DESCRIPTION
"It grinds much better than my electric coffee bean(chopper). It has a much more consistent size grind than an electricwhirl blade chopper. The coffee also does not stick to the side of thejar like an electric chopper. It takes just a little longer but is worththe effort." --Stan

"This grinder is perfect and the jar is just a wonderful practical storage solution." --SBL

Customer Reviews of Canning Jar Coffee Grinder
Product Rating: 4.5 out of 5.0(24 reviews)
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- 12/25/2013
said: JM
"This is OK if you are strong, but the small size and therefore short arm don't give enough mechanical advantage for me. The reviewer tip on setting it on a wet cloth was helpful - I used a silicone hot pad. I found it easier to use one of those gardening gloves that has a non-slip coating on my left hand to steady the unit while I cranked with my right. The glove stripped the finish off the rim of the grinder though. I only used a few beans at a time too. I had to use the back and forth method for whole beans, rather than the continuous circular motion. The grinder worked great at grinding pre-ground coffee that was ground for perk and grinding it to fine drip grind, here I could grind continuously, but grinding whole beans is a trial for me."
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- 4/30/2013
said: Gregory
"We have an open hopper model, which I was skeptical of, but it works just fine, I can grind some coffee quickly without too much hassle. It's taken a little adjustment doing it by hand, but totally worth the effort!"
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- 4/25/2013
said: Stan
"I LIKE it!!! It grinds much better than my electric coffee bean (chopper). It has a much more consistent size grind than an electric whirl blade chopper. The coffee also does not stick to the side of the jar like an electric chopper. It takes just a little longer but is worth the effort."
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- 3/1/2013
said: Rachel Lopez
"I bought the Open Hopper with Ceramic Burr version. Works great, easy to adjust. Love it."
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- 2/6/2013
said: Matthew
"I have now had this for a few days and I have ground about 1 lbs of coffee to espresso grind. Works very well and I love it so far. "
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- 9/1/2011
said: Mimi
"I just adore this grinder. Not only is it attractive, but it grinds the coffee beans to perfection. I wish I had bought it sooner."
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- 4/18/2012
said: Jason
"This will in no way replace the CONVENIENCE of an electric grinder, but what it lacks in convenience it more than makes up for in charm, quality, and results. If you're someone who needs to make constant adjustments to the coarseness of the grind, you might get a bit frustrated since it's hard to be precise in setting a level until you've already started to grind the beans. The opening in the top is a bit small, but -- with a little practice -- you can dump the beans right in."
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- 11/24/2010
said: Mary Carlock
"I bought the canning jar coffee grinder so that when the power went out, I could still grind my beans and enjoy my morning coffee. Of course, I had to try it out right away. I had no idea that the way a bean is ground could so profoundly affect the flavor. The blades on my electric grinder actually chop the bean where as the grinder actually grinds the beans and releases more of the oils. My coffee was much more delicious than I had ever enjoyed and now I'm hand grinding my beans every morning. I love this grinder!"
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- 7/11/2013
said: Anna
"I love this coffee grinder for it's charm, uniformly fine grind, and the fact that I don't have to worry about grinding my coffee if the power ever goes out! But no matter how hard I try, I can't pull the locking washing up against the spring far enough to turn the threaded wheel to make a courser grind. And I need a courser grind to use my Vietnamese phin. Also, I spill beans everywhere trying to load the hopper. The door is too small. Mine does have a sliding door, but I found that it isn't necessary and tends to get stuck in the open position and takes a lot of force to close it. So over all, it's charming, but not at all practical. "
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- 12/20/2012
said: Anonymous User
"The rating goes for the manufacturer's phone support, too. T grind was set too fine and I couldn't manage to follow the (very clear) directions for adjusting it. My fingers weren't strong enough. I called the number on the product with my problem. The rep was able to tell me exactly what to do to make adjustment easier, and assured me he would send a replacement spring if I messed it up! I didn't need the new spring, the grind is now perfect, and I love the grinder. This is the closed-top grinder with the cast iron burr. Don't know how the ceramic one is. Thanks, Marty Cromme"
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