Hario Ceramic Coffee Grinder Instructions – How to Use, Adjust the Grind Setting and Clean | Video instructions

Hario Ceramic Coffee Grinder Instructions – How to Use, Adjust the Grind Setting and Clean



Hario Ceramic Coffee Mill Skerton Step by Step Instructions – How to Setup, Use, Adjust the Grind Setting and Clean.
GEAR WE USE: Hario Skerton Ceramic Coffee Grinder – https://goo.gl/eIstOF

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QUICK LINKS:
01:17 Hario PARTS
04:41 How to adjust Hario Grinder
09:09 How to Clean Hario Grinder
10:01 Hario Tips and Tricks

How to adjust Hario to proper grind (recommended):
Fine Grind: 1 (Espresso, Moka Pot)
Medium-Fine Grind: 2 (Aeropress or Pourover Cones)
Medium Grind 3 (Drip Cone or Pourover Cones)
Medium-Coarse Grind 5 (Clever, Chemex)
Coarse Grind 7 (French Press, Cupping)

About:
Easy to use and reinforced with durable, ceramic blades to give you always give you a professionally consistent grind of coffee, the Hario Ceramic Coffee Mill Skerton has been specially designed by the Japanese Hario company to provide coffee enthusiasts with a convenient and affordable method of enjoying the rich taste of freshly ground coffee.

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Aeropress vs French Press – Pros and Cons you Need to Know – https://youtu.be/YGjjcSwX3JM

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  1. I use the Empare grinder, it has an identical shaft and burr set but includes a spring that keeps the burrs apart. That keeps the burrs from striking each other and the grind is more consistant.

  2. I can't believe I'm just finding this video! I've had my grinder for over 2 years and I put it away because I couldn't figure out how to repeat the grind. I bought it because I like french press and pourover occasionally but don't like having to empty and change my Breville Smart Grinder Pro over from espresso grind. Thank you a million times. Just wish I saw this 2 years ago. I hope you see this comment.

  3. If I use a Bodum pour over, should I take the setting for the chemex? Or would the pour over cones setting be better?

    Also I kinda find it hard to hold it while grinding big amount of coffee beans, and I have fairly big hands for a woman.
    And I noticed the more I grind the more the top know gets loose. It's a bit annoying cause I have to stop and tigh it up every time

  4. What you mean about "notch"? is it a quarter of a full circle, from the grinder zero point meaning? I began adjusting my grinder based on the video and really wanted to solve this. thank you for this video, it's the main reference for my grinder since i bought it 🙂

  5. I've had this grinder for about 5 years now, and I finally (just a few weeks ago) had a light bulb moment and discovered a great way to get the grind consistent: Once I got the grounds to be perfect for how I like my French press coffee, I used a ruler to measure the length of the screw shaft that was between the nut and the end of the screw shaft. Then, I took the ruler and used it to put a tiny nick on the handle of my stainless coffee scoop. This made my scoop a "ruler" that I always have in my kitchen when I'm grinding coffee. I just put the end of the scoop handle on the nut and twist the nut until end of the screw lines up with that nick. Consistent every time, and no guesswork.

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