Macap Coffee Grinders
On a grey and dull day, there is no better pick-me-up than a cup of freshly brewed coffee. However, the quality can vary a lot and depends largely on the type of beans you use. Moreover, the fresher the ground coffee, the tastier the final result. A cup of instant coffee could never compete with coffee that you make from good quality beans. It is best to grind the beans right before making your pot of coffee because this way they are always fresh and pack the subtlest aroma. With Macap coffee grinders, you can easily do this at home. Originally from Venice, Italy, a nation famous for its coffee culture, the company knows its coffee.Grinding Speed
While you might want to get your coffee quickly, it is actually worth waiting a little longer, and use a slower grinder. High-speed grinders also heat the coffee, cause static charge, and that can affect the taste and quality. Moreover, they are much louder. For a specialist coffee drinker, Macap provides the M7A model with a slower grinding speed.Capacity
The amount of coffee you and your family or coworkers drink determines the capacity of the grinder. The more beans you grind each day, the larger the hopper needs to be. After all, you would not want to fill it several times a day. Opening and resealing the bag of coffee beans also loses some of their charming aroma. Macap models M5, M7 and M7D include larger hoppers.Size of the Grind
The size of the grind varies for each type of coffee. Machines extract the flavour from coffee differently and require a certain size for the grind. Commercial style coffee machines and Turkish coffee call for very fine grounds, almost like powder. On the other hand, the grind can be quite coarse when making drip coffee or using the French press. Espresso machines accept medium grind. Typically, you can adjust the coarseness on your Macap grinder. That the ground coffee should be smooth and have particles in equal size for the best results. Fortunately, many Macap grinders use burrs instead of blades, with the former providing an even quality.Domestic or Commercial
Understandably, commercial coffee grinders need to be more powerful and fit more beans inside. If you need a coffee grinder for a pub, restaurant, or maybe even for a big workplace, opt for one of the commercial ones, such as the Macap M7, as they have a more robust design that lasts longer.