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  • The Kruve Sifter perfects the grind, bringing competition-level coffee quality to home brewers.

    One quick shake is all it takes! The KRUVE Sifter removes both the Fines (small coffee particles) and Boulders (large coffee particles), leaving you with the perfect flavour profile every single time you brew. Consistent Ingredients = Consistent Flavour Profile - The science is the same as a perfectly cooked meal; you must chop your ingredients into equal sizes. A mix of sizes means the larger pieces will be under-cooked and the smaller pieces will be over-cooked or burnt. Your coffee grind is no different.

  • Includes Black Kruve Sifter, Bamboo Sieve Holder and 12 sieves:

    • 200μm
    • 250μm
    • 300μm
    • 350μm
    • 400μm
    • 500μm
    • 600μm
    • 700μm
    • 800μm
    • 900μm
    • 1000μm
    • 1100μm

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Customer Reviews

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B.J.
Easy way to repeat great coffee

I researched the sifter quite a bit and read nothing but positive on it. Finally bought one and found it not only very well made but easy to use. I mainly brew pour over but sometimes make espresso. After sifting my grind through the kruve and followed their recommended sieve sizes for my chemex I noticed my brew tasting a lot cleaner and less bitter than normal. I have experimented using bigger and smaller sieves sizes and its quite interesting how much the grind size plays a role in extraction. Great product which makes repeating your brew day to day fool proof once you figure out your ideal brew recipe.

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M.N.
A Unique and Helpful Tool, with one flaw.

The Kruve has a weird place on my coffee shelf. When I decided to buy it, it's because I was more curious than anything. I wanted to see what they recommend for each brew method, how far off I was, and I wanted to dial in my grinders for the same grind and test the consistency.

This is a great tool for people looking to try their coffee without ANY fines or boulders, just to say they have. It's also a good tool to use when dialing in a grinder, and to get an idea on how much "one click" actually changes. The fatal flaw in this product is the marketing... I think Kruve, in an effort to make it seem like a more universal tool, have tried to sell this to those looking to make their $40 hand grinder produce cups of coffee like the Comandante or the Kinu. I can tell you, that while using the Kruve alongside a cheaper grinder does make a very nice and FAR improved cup, for the money of this tool and the amount of coffee you'll be wasting (spoiler... with a cheap grinder, its A LOT...), it's just more sound to save up for a really nice grinder.

Now I wouldn't give my Kruve up for anything... coupled with a good hand grinder and a dialed in coffee bean, it's SUPER fun to compare and contrast what flavors come from what part of the grind. That being said, if you're just getting into coffee and want to use this as a hack for better grind, there might be a better and less wasteful way.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
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B.J.
Easy way to repeat great coffee

I researched the sifter quite a bit and read nothing but positive on it. Finally bought one and found it not only very well made but easy to use. I mainly brew pour over but sometimes make espresso. After sifting my grind through the kruve and followed their recommended sieve sizes for my chemex I noticed my brew tasting a lot cleaner and less bitter than normal. I have experimented using bigger and smaller sieves sizes and its quite interesting how much the grind size plays a role in extraction. Great product which makes repeating your brew day to day fool proof once you figure out your ideal brew recipe.

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M.N.
A Unique and Helpful Tool, with one flaw.

The Kruve has a weird place on my coffee shelf. When I decided to buy it, it's because I was more curious than anything. I wanted to see what they recommend for each brew method, how far off I was, and I wanted to dial in my grinders for the same grind and test the consistency.

This is a great tool for people looking to try their coffee without ANY fines or boulders, just to say they have. It's also a good tool to use when dialing in a grinder, and to get an idea on how much "one click" actually changes. The fatal flaw in this product is the marketing... I think Kruve, in an effort to make it seem like a more universal tool, have tried to sell this to those looking to make their $40 hand grinder produce cups of coffee like the Comandante or the Kinu. I can tell you, that while using the Kruve alongside a cheaper grinder does make a very nice and FAR improved cup, for the money of this tool and the amount of coffee you'll be wasting (spoiler... with a cheap grinder, its A LOT...), it's just more sound to save up for a really nice grinder.

Now I wouldn't give my Kruve up for anything... coupled with a good hand grinder and a dialed in coffee bean, it's SUPER fun to compare and contrast what flavors come from what part of the grind. That being said, if you're just getting into coffee and want to use this as a hack for better grind, there might be a better and less wasteful way.

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