Posts tagged: Eureka
We still think the Eureka Mignon MK11 (On Demand) is the best sub £300 domestic grinder out there.
It's stylish, built to last, and perfect for making high quality espresso at home.
The Eureka Zenith 65-E is the bigger brother of the Zenith Club-E and is clearly aimed more at medium commercial use, whereas the Club-E is geared towards home users and low volume commercial sites. The Zenith 65-E has larger burrs (65mm flats as opposed to 60mm flats), an on/off switch instead of a button, and a taller hopper with larger capacity.
We were very excited to receive our shipment of the Zenith Club-E; a grinder that on paper looks like it could rival more expensive grinders on performance and also price.
We were not disappointed - with the team at Machina agreeing that it matches the Mazzer Super Jolly-E in performance, whilst being much better value at £499; around £300 less than the SJ E which is a considerable saving.
One of the best grinders out there for the money? We certainly think so...