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Top 5 Favorite Espresso Coffee Grinders of 2022



Top 5 Favorite Espresso Grinders of 2022

Our picks for the top 5 best coffee and espresso grinders of 2022. Learn about the details on each grinder, compare their features, and learn which one best suites your needs.

Our picks are based on our own firsthand experience, customer feedback, and after talking with our sales staff and machine technicians to determine which grinders give the best results in cup, are the most popular, and the most reliable long term.

Side by side spec comparison with current prices: https://www.wholelattelove.com/pages/compare?products=NDgyMDAzOTM2ODc1OCwxNTQ1OTIzMzk1NjQzLDQ4ODQ5NzEzNTYyMTQsNjYyNTAwNjk0NDMxMCwxNTQ1OTc2ODczMDE5

Chapters:
0:00 Intro
01:45 Eureka Mignon Facile
03:30 Baratza Sette 270
05:22 Ceado E5Pro
07:04 Eureka Oro Mignon Single Dose
09:50 Ceado E37S
12:07 Test Results
13:19 Hear Each Grinder

Shop Featured Products:
Eureka Mignon Facile Espresso Grinder: https://www.wholelattelove.com/products/eureka-mignon-facile-espresso-grinder
Baratza Sette 270 Espresso Grinder: https://www.wholelattelove.com/products/baratza-sette-270-conical-burr-grinder
Ceado E5Pro Espresso Grinder: https://www.wholelattelove.com/products/ceado-e5-pro-espresso-grinder
Eureka Oro Mignon Single Dose Coffee Grinder: https://www.wholelattelove.com/products/eureka-oro-mignon-single-dose-grinder-black
Ceado E37S Quick Set Espresso Grinder: https://www.wholelattelove.com/products/ceado-e37-s-electronic-coffee-grinder-in-black

Extended Video Reviews:
Eureka Mignon Espresso Grinders: https://studio.youtube.com/video/wfhaD9OPqd8/edit
Baratza Sette 270 & 270Wi Espresso Grinders: https://youtu.be/ev9vgeFNx5M
Ceado E5Pro Espresso Grinder: https://youtu.be/KVW4NTpXGKw
Eureka Oro Mignon Single Dose Coffee Grinder: https://youtu.be/dLvJVQzmqNo
Ceado E37S Quick Set Espresso Grinder: https://youtu.be/Le7lShhk4eg

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  1. What do you think of the Urbanic 70s Korean grinder?

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  2. Where are the single dose grinders? I don't think I could cope with a coffee grinder that isn't which is why I've been stuck waiting for Lagom to have stock available in the US

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  3. What about best "all arounder"

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  4. Top 5 Grinders we sell would be a better description? Or some sort of disclosure maybe?

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  5. I'm using the Baratza Forte AP. (All purpose). I went with it with over a sette because I can dial in espresso, cold brew and French press extremely fast.

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  6. Hello Mark,
    Love all your videos and have probably watched most of the. Would you consider a Cedar E37s and a Profitec Pro 500 a good combination? I'm looking to make a great purchase and not have to make any upgrades.

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  7. Great video Marc keep it up. WLL sells the best, specially the coffee. I just order my two favorites…

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  8. I have the E37s with ssg red speed burrs and a bellows for single dosing. The ssg burrs are a fantastic upgrade. Very happy. Zero retention with the bellows.

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  9. Hi wholelattelove! Love your videos! We just bought the Quick Mill Pippa per your referral. Can you please do a detailed video from the start (turning machine on) to pulling a few shots in a row, showing when to fill the boiler etc! There is only one video on YouTube and it would be great having a detailed video showing exactly how to use it from the very beginning of turning on the switch to position one. And powering down after using it to pull a few shots in a row! Please please!!! Thank you so much!!!!!!❤❤❤

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  10. فيديو رائع 👏🏻 ❤
    أنا أفكر في شراء إحدى هذه المطاحن ،،
    لذلك هل يمكنك أخباري من المفضلة لديك بينهم ؟أتمنى الإجابة وشكرا لك 🥰.

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  11. I would have prefer a retention test that eliminate the new grind pushing the old out like fully cleaned grind chambers.

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  12. Ceado e37s it's the route to go. Don't bother with anything else. Nothing comes close. Don't waste your time or money.

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  13. I've had a Baratza Sette 270 WI for several years now (pre-covid) based on your review. I love it apart from the noise where it's press the button and run unless I'm wearing ear protection. It is quieter when the hopper is full. Apart from the noise, the grind is just brilliant … always fluffy and zero clumping.😄

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  14. My Facile has proven to be quite a great little grinder. Love it.

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  15. I've recently bought an Atom 75 and I'm extremely impressed with it. Super fast, super quiet and Mythos geometry burrs.

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  16. After owning my Fachile for a few months now I’m super impressed with what it has to offer for the price point. And its super easy to convert to a single dose grinder.

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  17. I've had SIlenzio for about 2.5 years now. It is a great little machine. The downside is that it gets clogged very easily which you cannot do a finer grind to make a single dose espresso shot for example.

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  18. No single dose grinders ? Only single does grinders make any sense for
    home use in my humble opinion.

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  19. This video just cost me a lot of money. Looking forward to the E37S

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  20. One day I am going to brew a coffee as smooth as your voice! ☕👍

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  21. Interesting Top 5! I've been lucky enough to have tried I could say 3 of these 5 grinders over the last years. I started with a "Sette 270Wi" which was good for the price few years ago considering there was no official Single Dose grinder yet. It really took companies a lot of time to get into that market! Today I wouldn't really recommend it anymore though. You just NEVER ever get used to that terribly loud and agressive noise from Hell even after 2-3 years lol.

    The motor also died after the warranty but Breville gladly sent me a new one for free which wasn't hard to install myself. The build quality definitely doesn't feel European and you can tell. I much prefer the smaller, more silent and portable but slower "Option-O Lagom Mini" at the 400$ range and it has bigger and better conical burrs, it's night and day difference!

    Then I replaced that Sette from my mom for the "Eureka Oro" during the pre-orders but was lucky enough not to get the first bad batches as it works flawlessly. It was by far the best grinder at its price range of 800$ so still double from the Option-O. It's super silent, fast and most surprising… It has ZERO retention without even using RDT or a brush in the grind chute!

    On my "Ceado E37SD" I must always always use RDT or else it's gonna be a real mess everywhere with A LOT of grind retention like you really don't want to forget that step, and then you still need to use the brush even if you press the bellow like a mad man. If only Ceado would have better designed it with angle but to figure they actually do but want 2-3x the price of that already super expensive grinder just to get the angle.

    I also very dislike the plastic plate for grinds doesn't fit flush with the grinder. Who the heck designed something with a 4mm gap on propose so the grinds keep accumulating there rather than all on the plate… You can notice this big flaw within 1 week of use at most! Otherwise it is very reliable after about 1.5 years at ~1Kg per month as I can grind my morning coffee at 1.70 then my décaf on evenings at 1.0 back and forth with no issue and the calibration remains in place when switching between my 2 type of coffees which is the entire point of this.

    Question MARC, have you ever compared the stock E37SD Burrs with the SPP burrs? It seems better but the grinder was already very expensive, and I doubt the stock one would be low quality at such price that I would have felt bad to toss away brand new burrs, and also scared to waste 400$ to change 1$ for 4×0.25$ if you see what I mean, plus the risk of ot installing correctly the new set and have a bad zero point or calibration while I know the stock one from Ceado should be tested at the manufacturer.

    PS: A little error you said in the video as I happen to be an audiophile as well as an espresso lover 😉 It's about the noise level perceived. It's at every +10dB that you can hear it twice as loud, NOT +3dB! You just mismatched the info that +3dB requires a doubling of the wattage power to achieve that. So a difference of say +20dB between the Sette 270 I had and my E37SD would mean FOUR time louder x_x

    "A change of 10 dB is accepted as the difference in level that is perceived by most listeners as “twice as loud” or “half as loud”. Directly from JL-Audio FAQ.

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  22. want the E3 pro one day i will

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  23. Personally for home use only only single dose grinders makes any sense. All those others don't unless you have 10 people living at your house and everybody wants the same exact coffee daily. In a home coffee sitting in those bins overnight just gets stale too fast.

    Just a thought I would do two separate videos. One with all the other grinders in one video, a separate video with the best single dose of the year grinders.

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  24. Wow… this dude was my gateway into home espresso about 4 years ago. Him and the old lesbian chick… Gayle? Haven’t seen much content from WLL for a while.

    The world of coffee videos has changed quite a bit over the last couple of years.

    Co

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  25. Can confirm. Ceado grinders are destination grinders. Our E37S is our high speed 20 gram espresso shooter in 5.3 seconds. It's used all day in our house for the milk drinks like americano's and lattes. It's paired with a Ceado E5P that I use for single dosing (some 3D printing was involved) Both grinders are all that our family will ever need for espresso. We also have the poorer cousin to the Mignon shown, our Eureka Mignon Filtro which is dialed in for our Technivorm for the early morning brew. I spent a lot of time researching these grinders and I can't recommend them and Whole Latte Love enough. Cheers guys.

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  26. The Eureka Mignon is a fantastic bang for your buck to be honest. I had the pleasure to play with it for a couple weeks and it did everything I wanted. Grinding is slow, but you know what you're getting every single time.
    I had it coupled with Gaggia Classic Pro and finally succeeded in a good espresso made with my own hands. So yea I think a good grinder is worth every penny depending on each person's budget.

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  27. What grinder would you recommend for someone who has people in the household who drink decaf beans and other drink standard. Hence I’m single dosing each time I grind and I’d like as little internal retention as possible. Paired up with a Lelit Anna Espresso Machine.

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  28. Fiorenzato Allground and Mignon XL with 64mm burrs are also great home grinders

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  29. Forever grateful to WLL for bringing the Facile to the US market. Love mine!

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  30. Hey Mark and WLL team! Quick question on the ceado grinders- as i was perusing the site, both the E5 and E37 have dedicated single dosing variants. Were there any considerations for those grinders for the video as well? and if so would the test results at the end be comparable enough to the grind on demand counterparts to just be a preference in style consideration?

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  31. I have the E37S. It seemed crazy at the time I bought it but there isn’t a day that goes by without me thinking what a good purchase it was. Simply outstanding grinder and so so quiet.

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  32. But is it a whole latte love exclusive? 🤣

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  33. Hi Marc. After a lot of research and watching your vids I purchased a ceado e37s. After battling with it for 8 months I sent it back for a full refund. It's setting would wander, retention was huge, it would produce horrendous shots with extreme channels and a taste to equal. Backup from Ceado was non existent and arrogant. Thankfully my local supplier was great and gave me my money back. My brother has the same grinder and the same problems. They're not all fabulous unfortunately

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  34. I have a sette 270, and have MAJOR problems with static buildup. The machine throws out coffee grounds like a lawn broadcast spreader. Creates a huge mess every time I grind. Anyone have any ideas on how to solve that problem?

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  35. Great video – I wish my technique was up there with yours. 

    I love my Niche – quiet, consistent, reliable single dosing and keeps its setting. Easy to clean and not much build up of coffee in the machine.
    If I wanted a hopper grinder that Caedo E5Pro would be something I would seriously consider. 
    The Sette is made and serviced near me but was a non starter for noise and reliability issues. 

    BTW, on static issues:
    I hate mess and static from a grinder can greatly aggravate this as well as contributing to coffee retention in the grinder. 
    My current workflow is to grind into a cup and then transfer to the portafilter with a funnel on top after letting the coffee sit in the cup for a few seconds to dissipate static, followed by a quick WDT to get a flat even bed of coffee before tamping.
    I have no need to spritz with water, which I am reluctant to do anyway for corrosion issues.

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  36. I upgraded from the Ceado E5P to the E37S and the differences were jaw dropping.

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