Capresso Infinity Conical Burr Mill
Last updated date: February 13, 2019
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In our analysis of 79 expert reviews, the Capresso Capresso Infinity Conical Burr Mill placed 9th when we looked at the top 10 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
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For maximum aroma and flavor retention nothing beats the Infinity Conical Burr Grinder series. Computer controlled special grinding heads cut the angles and shapes of the steel burrs to within 0.1 mm precision (1/250 of one inch). Burrs are produced as matched pairs and are hand assembled in Switzerland for precise fit. The multiple gear motor produces the slowest grinding action (< 450 rpm) resulting in highest precision grinding from Turkish fine to percolator coarse. Lowest noise conical burr grinder.
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Review Melt Fun Fact
It may seem like perfectly grinding coffee beans is a modern convenience. But that’s not the case. In fact, coffee grinders have a long and curious past.
The very first coffee grinders were primitive. Ancient coffee lovers had to use stones to grind their coffee beans. It wasn’t until the 15th century, that people began using the spice grinder instead of stones. They could grind coffee much finer than rocky predecessors. It sufficed for a couple more centuries before people got inventive.
In the late 17th century, Nicholas Book invented the earliest coffee mill.
More coffee mill variations soon followed and by the end of the 19th century, most homes in Europe and the u.s. had a coffee grinder. By that time, the technology was essentially perfected.