At the recent London Coffee Festival, we met the people behind a revolutionary type of coffee grinder called the Niche Zero.
The biggest asset is it’s accuracy and noise levels, as it retains virtually zero grinds in the burrs and is the quietest grinder on the market at 72db. The 63mm commercial-grade conical burrs ensure precise even coffee grounds which never get burnt combined with the infinite grind size control, it is easy to change settings from espresso through to french press.
Although it is not designed for a commercial environment, it would make the perfect 2nd grinder for your guest espresso or decaf beans.
Niche is designed and developed in Britain using the highest quality materials. The Niche Zero has been meticulously designed and improved, with over 30 prototypes to get it to where it is today. Experts have told us that the Niche Zero is what the coffee market has been asking for.
The Niche Zero Coffee Grinder has been available to pre-order on Indiegogo for eight months and has been an immense success.
Find out more and order yours https://www.nichecoffee.co.uk/
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