Eureka Mignon Specialita Stepless Doserless Espresso Coffee Grinder

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Eureka Mignon Specialita Stepless Doserless Espresso Coffee Grinder + Eureka 2311.0117KIT Mignon Mat
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Eureka Mignon Specialita Stepless Doserless Espresso Coffee Grinder

The Eureka Mignon (formally replaced the Instantaneo) was definitely one of our top grinders of 2017. They now have 1-upped themselves by introducing a new series of Mignons any barista can customize to their needs. What Eureka has done with these versions, is to take some of the technology found in the Eureka Atom and put it inside the compact design of the Mignon. Here we have the Eureka Mignon Specialita. The only of the three new versions that use 55 mm flat burrs for even speedier grinding. A touch display takes the guesswork out of dosing. And of course, the Specialita has the most distinctive of Eureka’s innovations: its silencing technology. The Eureka Mignon Specialita is available in black or chrome body. Thus, choose whatever combination of exterior options of chute/body color to create a grinder that is personal to your taste!

Silent Technology

Eureka made waves when they released the quietest espresso grinder on the market: the Atom. Now, they’ve incorporated this Silent technology into these series of Mignon grinders. Have no worries about disturbing your loved ones in the morning when freshly grinding your coffee!

Touch Display

A simple and clear touch display with two programmable time-based doses as well as continuous dosing.

Stepless Grinding Adjustment

Stepless grinding adjustment allows you to make the most finite adjustments to achieve the perfect grind.

Adjustable Hands-Free Fork

Distance from top of the fork to the coffee chute is approximately 2.25″. You can adjust the fork down approximately 0.375″ to accommodate different size portafilters. You can also remove it completely to put a container. Allows hands-free operation with spouted portafilters.

Optimally sized bean hopper

Holds approximately 8 ounces of roasted beans for plenty of espresso shots. Ergonomic design to keep the overall height low and not to stick out beyond the rest of the grinder. A screw holds the hopper in place whereas other grinders are friction-fit. It also has a bean stopper if you want to remove the hopper with the beans in it. Lastly a finger guard…just in case.

Want something as quiet but have no need for a touch display? Check out the Eureka Mignon Silenzio.

Want a touch display + a more all-purpose grinder? Check out the Eureka Mignon Perfetto.

To learn more about additional Eureka espresso coffee grinders, please check out its brand page!



Height (inches)

14, approximate

Width (inches)

5, approximate

Depth (inches)

7.5, approximate

Weight (pounds)


Wattage (watts)


Voltage (volts)

110 – 120

Burr size (mm), Type

55, flat

Grinding speed (RPM)


Hopper capacity (grams)


Country of manufacture




  1. Changing grind settings: As with all coffee grinders, it is very important to only change grind settings when the unit is powered ‘on’ and the burrs are in motion. If you do not do this, the burrs will ‘gunk’ up and require cleaning by you every time this occurs. Changing the grind settings when the burrs are not in motion will render the grinder to only produce very coarse grinds or no grinds at all. If this result occurs, this will be considered operator error for lack of following directions, and not be classified as a defective grinder.
  2. Finding coffee grinds in a new grinder: We have confirmed that the manufacturer tests EVERY grinder with coffee beans before it leaves their facility, but they are not always able to get every trace of coffee out of the grinders after testing. As a result, you may find coffee beans or grinds inside your grinder, or there may be grinds in the packaging when you unwrap it.
  3. Static issues: There are static issues with all grinders, even the highest quality models. We firmly believe that the static comes from the coffee beans. If you are having static problems with your coffee grinder, trying using a different blend of beans.
  4. Replacing burrs: NEVER use a flat head screwdriver and hammer to wedge under the burrs for removal. This could badly damage your grinder.
  5. Electrical cord: Please note that the electrical cord is placed between the packaging (foam or cardboard) and the underside body of the grinder. During shipping, it is normal for a bend or insignificant blemish / slice to damage the cord.

    1. Manual switch models: These models are no longer being produced by the factory.
    2. Grinding for multiple brew methods: This is an espresso only coffee grinder as other coffee brew methods will require the stepless knob to be turned hundreds of rotations.
    3. Motor not turning on: If the motor doesn't turn on, try taking the grinder to a coarser setting.

Espresso Grinder Warning

  • CLEANING WARNING: We recommend using grinder cleaning agents. We do not recommend any removal of the burrs or burr carrier for cleaning as re-assembly can cause damage.
  • ELECTRICAL WARNING: To avoid electrical damage to this espresso grinder which is not considered a manufacturer's defect, please acquire and install a single-outlet surge suppressor rated at 1080 joules or higher. The lack of the recommended surge suppressor, the espresso grinder can be damaged at the power switch, the capacitor, the motor, or the wiring.

Please use the diagrams below to help find the exact part you are looking for. After you find the part, copy the SKU #. Then use the search bar at the top of our website. If there are no results in the search, we most likely do not have the part. We only special order parts if the specific model was purchased through 1st-line Equipment. For general questions, please use our parts inquiry page.


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      Hello, I need your help, before making the purchase I need to make sure if the Eureka 2311.0027V1707KIT Coffee Chute Flap Kit The $ 18.43 you sell is the original used by the Eureka Mignon Specialista, because I need to replace and I can't make mistakes. I would appreciate if you could give me some kind of answer as soon as possible. Thank you very much for your attention
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      Q Hello, I need your help, before making the purchase I need to make sure if the Eureka 2311.0027V1...... Read more answer now
      Asked by Roberto on April 26, 2021 11:49 am
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      Sorry, you will need to look at the diagrams on our web site or contact Eureka directly for an answer. They will probably need your serial number.

    2. I recently purchased a Lelit Elizabeth espresso machine along with the Eureka Mignon Specialita. My problem is with the grinder only. After about 15 days of using the same beans, the grinder's shoot gets jammed tightly with ground coffee frequently. This is to a point that I have to open up the bur chamber to clean it out and get the compacted ground coffee out of the shoot. I tried grinding it a bit coarser to resolve the issue but the espresso shot came out way too fast and it was not drinkable. So I am not sure what to do here. Either the grinder is faulty or this model can't grind the beans fine enough for my espresso needs in which case I would like to exchange it with a different and more capable model where It can handle the finer grinds. I would love to hear your input.
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      Q I recently purchased a Lelit Elizabeth espresso machine along with the Eureka Mignon Specialita. ...... Read more answer now
      Asked by Nima on January 28, 2021 7:10 pm
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      The problem is that many consumers do not 'properly dose' the ground espresso coffee. In other words, too little ground coffee is dosed, and the result is just making the grind fineness too fine in that it chokes the grinder. We have seen this even on more expensive grinders. In most cases, increasing the dose of ground espresso coffee is paramount.

      Also, European grinders are designed for Italian espresso roasted coffee beans. They are not designed for lighter roasts nor single origin coffee beans either. In cases where the roast is lighter or a single origin coffee bean is used, we would be happy to converse about espresso grinders that go into the thousands of dollars.

    4. Would 1st Line be able to order the Specialita in the Tiffany blue that is on the Eureka site?
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      Q Would 1st Line be able to order the Specialita in the Tiffany blue that is on the Eureka site? answer now
      Asked by Russell Rutledge on January 27, 2020 2:48 am
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      Yes, we can, but expect an up charge of 20% or more for the higher cost as we are not ordering in quantity, and there are costs to set this item up in our automated systems which are required. Sorry, with all our systems, it is not simple any more.

    6. How do you recommend cleaning the grinder, and at what frequency? I looked in the manual, and it only indicates how to clean the hopper and grind outlet, but not the interior. Do you recommend any of the cleaners at the bottom of this page?
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      Q How do you recommend cleaning the grinder, and at what frequency? I looked in the manual, and it ...... Read more answer now
      Asked by Christine Hrenya on July 13, 2019 9:24 pm
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      The espresso grinding burrs can be cleaned every 6-12 months or as needed. Our usual advice is to 'leave well' enough alone. When cleaning, use one of the grinding burr cleaning products we sell on our web site.

      On the espresso coffee grinder's bean hopper, this is a different story as the coffee oils can build up fast, especially with oily beans, and over too much time, it is very difficult to remove. Hence, we recommend the coffee grinder bean hopper cleaner found on our web site. We recommend once per month cleaning of the espresso grinder's bean hopper.

    8. I saw a 115v capacitor for Eureka machines. Do you offer or are able to get the 110v circuit board for this model the Mignon Specialita?
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      Q I saw a 115v capacitor for Eureka machines. Do you offer or are able to get the 110v circuit boar...... Read more answer now
      Asked by Anthony Smith on June 18, 2019 3:17 pm
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      We are able to special order it. Please fill out the contact us from the link on the top of our web site. It can take 4-6 weeks to arrive from Italy and non-credit card prepayment is required in full in advance. In the contact us form, please provide your full name and address, part number, voltage of grinder, serial number, and place/date of purchase.

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