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Grind your coffee beans manually with a handmill, chop them up with a blade grinder or crush the beans with a burr grinder.

Mills and grinders: What you need to know

Ground coffee quickly becomes stale so the best way to preserve flavours and enjoy the freshest coffee brewed to your perfect blend every time is to grind your own coffee beans using a mill or grinder.

You can choose from grinding beans manually with an old-fashioned hand/mill grinder, chop up coffee beans with a basic blade grinder or – for the best tasting – crush a few beans at a time with a more expensive burr grinder (either flat burr or conical), which will grind your coffee and allow you to alter settings to change the size of the grind.

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