Rhino Hand Grinder


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A compact coffee grinder with adjustable ceramic burrs that requires no electricity.

The ideal grinder for travelling or for home use and a perfect companion for the Aeropress, V60, Gold Filter or Chemex. 

It has a stainless-steel body and handle, rubber grip with handle holster to keep parts together when travelling, and adjustable conical ceramic burrs.
Adjusting is simple - a wingnut under the burrs. Right is finer grind and left is coarser. 


The most obvious starting point is the size – the tall grinder offers a larger 42g capacity.  It is a perfect companion when you are brewing for more than just yourself. In contrast the compact hand grinder can hold  21 – 23g – perfect for most brewing methods especially Aeropress……and its  smaller capacity and the compact size makes it easier to fit into a compact travel ‘brew’ kit (the body actually fits inside an Aeropress). 
To achieve the compact size, the burrs are slightly smaller but are still a great quality conical ceramic set. The comfortable grip handle still has that smooth 'easy to use action' and ‘doesn’t’ come off during use (which can happen with many other brands). Both grinders have managed to stabilise the core so the burrs stay firmly in position when grinding…..the quality and consistency of grind is tested using varying grade micron geotech screens.  Both Rhinowares grinders produce excellent results compared with other popular hand grinders.
The new compact grinder includes an adaptor that allows it to neatly connect to the Aeropress…this saves on the space required to brew and makes the whole process much easier. 


Q: How do I set the grind to suit Aeropress?
A: Tighten nut all the way, then ease off half a turn
Q: How do I set the grind for French Press?
A: Ease off 1.5 turns
Q: How do I set the grind for a v60?
A: Tighten the burrs completely, then go back a half turn.  Depending on the beans being used, some further adjustment may be required.  Suggested ratio is 60g/litre.
Q: What grind setting is right for a moka pot?
A: Adjust your grind to the finest level (adjust so that the burrs are touching), then open up a notch or two.
Q: How do I clean the grinder, and how often should it be done?
A:  It's best to pull the grinder apart and give it a clean every 4 weeks (more often if you are using darker and more oily roasts.  Just use warm, soapy water and an old toothbrush to remove all residual coffee.  Be sure to rinse with fresh water when finished and to allow the parts to dry fully before re-assembling.