Choose Your Grind by Brewing Method.
Below are our recommendations for purchasing Coffee from us based on your brewing Method, Although if you have your own Bean Grinder then you can purchase Whole Bean and fine tune your results to your personal preference!
1.Drip Coffee Maker: Drip coffee makers are popular household appliances that automate the brewing process. They use gravity to drip water over a bed of coffee grounds and then pass the brewed coffee through a filter into a carafe. Standard Grind (Medium Ground) coffee works best for this method.
2.Pour-Over: Pour-over brewing involves manually pouring hot water over coffee grounds placed in a cone or dripper. It allows for more control over the brewing process and is favored by those who appreciate a hands-on approach. Course Grind (Medium/Course ground) coffee is typically used.
3.AeroPress: The AeroPress is a versatile brewing device that uses air pressure to extract flavors from coffee grounds. It can produce a wide range of coffee styles, from espresso-like shots to Americano-style brews. Espresso Grind (Medium-fine to fine ground coffee) is suitable for the AeroPress.
4.French Press: In a French press, coffee grounds steep in hot water, and then a plunger is used to separate the grounds from the brewed coffee. Course Grind (Medium/Course ground) is ideal for this method, as it prevents sediment from ending up in the cup.
5.Cold Brew: Cold brew involves steeping coarsely ground coffee in cold water for an extended period, usually 12-24 hours. This method produces a smooth and less acidic coffee concentrate that can be diluted with water or milk before consumption. Course Grind (Course to Extremely Course ground) would be what you would use.
6.Moka Pot: Also known as a stovetop espresso maker, the Moka pot uses steam pressure to brew strong coffee. Use Espresso Grind (fine to medium-fine grind) to achieve the right pressure and extraction.
7.Single-Serve Machines (e.g., Keurig): Single-serve coffee machines use pre-packaged coffee pods or cups. Some models have reusable pods that allow you to use your own ground coffee, typically of a Standard Grind (medium grind) works well.
8.Siphon (Vacuum Pot): The siphon brewing method uses a vacuum to brew coffee. It's a visually captivating process and requires a Course Grind (medium-coarse to medium grind).
9.Percolator: Although less common today, percolators brew coffee by cycling boiling water through the grounds. They require Course Grind (medium-coarse to medium grind) to prevent over-extraction.
10.Espresso Machine (with Pressurized Portafilter): Some home espresso machines use pressurized portafilters, which are forgiving when it comes to grind size. A Espresso Grind (fine to medium-fine grind) can work well with these machines.