The UK is a nation of coffee drinkers. Despite the rising popularity of pod and capsule coffee, classic ground coffee is still one of the most popular ways of drinking coffee. This is partly due to the falling prices of coffee machines and the accessible costs of grinders. Ground coffee can be used in more than just a French Press.
Having a quality coffee grinder in your home means you can create barista grade fine coffee in a variety of ways:
- Espresso Machine
There are also other ways you can use your ground coffee:
- You can use the used grounds for fertiliser for your plants
- For scouring pans of dirt
- You can even use the coffee grounds as a face mask
A grinder is genuinely a great multipurpose tool for the house and garden.
What are the most popular coffee grinder brands in the UK?
Some of the most well known coffee brands do grinders, such as:
Retailers make a point of keeping these brands well stocked. They are also rotated into and out of discount pricing. Black Friday is where the real savings happen. Other retailers such as John Lewis also do their own brand grinders. Other companies like Bodum and Grind One produce a range of grinders suitable for any household.
The price of these items does vary. Coffee grinders are so ubiquitous in retailers they tend to be very reasonably priced.
What are the most popular individual grinders in the UK?
According to coffeeblog.co.uk, the most popular brands of coffee grinder are:
- Sage Smart Grinder Pro
- Sboly Conical Burr
- Delonghi KG79
The prices on these popular items are £188.79, £64.99 and £44.99. All three grinders offer a great variance in cost. Hopefully this inspires a coffee lover to buy one no matter their spending limits.
Black Friday will provide some excellent opportunities to get a bargain. There is such a wide range of branded machines on offer. And the choices are supplemented by own brand offers from retailers like John Lewis. Customers are spoilt for choice.
What are the cheapest coffee grinders on the market?
Cheaper offers from companies like Cookworks or own brand offers from retailers like John Lewis are typical. These units retail for anything between £5 and £25. If you want to go really old school you can buy a hand grinder for as little as £10.
Getting a great sale on Black Friday takes a bit of searching. But with the Black Friday Club on your side we can make sure you get first refusal for any coffee grinder on offer.