I am a Coffee Mill. Good morning! Ready for the daily grind?
Grinding coffee beans right before brewing is amongst one of the rituals most coffee drinkers can attest to being a necessary step for facilitating the perfectly brewed cup. The fineness of the ground beans affects brewing as much as the method of milling. With this manual coffee mill of wood and iron construction, designer Hiroshi Yamasaki takes us back to the basics, with an old fashioned hand crank and all! Combining a classic method with contemporary design and incredible hand-craftsmanship, this coffee mill makes coffee preparation a truly enjoyable experience so you can extract the best taste in every bean.
Coffee Mill was curated by Stevenson Aung
Maker: MokuNeji x Kalita
Designer: Hiroshi Yamasaki
3.8” (w) x 7.0” (l) x 9.0" (h) or 95mm (w) x 178mm (l) x 229mm (h)
1.8 lb or 0.8 kg
Japanese cherry birch, iron
Volume of coffee beans that can be milled at a time is approximately 30g
Coffee grinds fall directly into a base container that can unscrew apart
Can be utilized as a coffee, salt, pepper or spice grinder
Oil coating on wood components
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