The process of grinding coffee beans is pretty essential to brewing. The only type of coffee I know of that does not use ground beans, is a type made for cupping.
There are tons of different ways to grind coffee, such as an electric grinder, hand grinder, or even mashing the beans between a couple rocks if that’s your thing. While some grinders are better than others, it is better to use freshly ground coffee from a not-so-great grinder, than it is to use coffee ground a while ago. Continue reading Hand vs electric grinders
When making coffee, one of the essentials is making sure the coffee is ground to fit the brewing method.
To start off, there are three types of grinders that most people use: a blade grinder, a conical burr grinder, and a flat burr grinder.
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With every coffee making contraption, be it a French press or the traditional coffee machine that is in the break room of offices across the world.
It is important to find the best grind size for the type of coffee you’re making. Too fine of a grind, and the coffee can be extremely over extracted, but too coarse, and it will lack key flavors. Continue reading Best grinds for each brew method