Since its inception in 1999, Baratza has offered high-quality, state-of-the-art grinders for those who care about making the best coffees. Free shipping is provided on all Baratza Grinders, including the Encore, the Virtuoso, and the Forte-BG. Click on the name or photo to purchase
The Encore can please any palate with its gamut of accurate and repeatable grind settings. The Encore offers the ability to grind for the increasingly popular manual brew methods such as Aeropress, Pour Over, and French Press, using a medium to coarse grind. In addition, the specially designed burrs offer an accurate fine grind for making espresso. Whether you are looking for an espresso grinder or a grinder to help you explore that extensive range of brew methods, the Encore is a great all-around home grinder.
The Virtuoso lives up to its name by providing technical skill, classic style and a consistent, quality grind. Grinding for espresso? Let the Virtuoso’s professional-grade 40mm conical burrs perform their magic for a consistent, fine grind. How about a French Press? The Virtuoso can handle that too, with a particle size uniformity that gives you consistency from cup to cup. In fact, the Virtuoso is so consistent at both the coarse and fine ends of the grind range that we consider it to be in a class all by itself — and so do many of the micro- and specialty-roasters who swear by it.
Forté-BG delivers exceptional cup quality for brew methods from Press Pot to Drip. The Forté BG is ideal for use on a brew bar, where multiple coffees are offered; as a demo grinder for wholesale tasting, pop-up events, and more. The Forté is a compact, commercial grade, grinder incorporating many features that fit well into commercial operations, including all metal construction, small footprint, intuitive control panel, solid macro/micro adjustment and ability to grind from fine to coarse. A major feature of the Forté is its ability to grind by time or by weight, plus three user-programmable buttons for accurate one-touch dosing and repeatable grinding. Feedback from coffee professionals has been that weight-based grinding improved their workflow and efficiency.