Choosing the right coffee grind for your brewing method

Coffee is a beloved drink for many, and the right grind can make all the difference in the taste and quality of your coffee. But with so many different grinding methods, it can be difficult to know which one to choose. In this blog we look at the different grinds available and the best uses for each grind.

The right grinding degree

Coarse grind

A coarse grind is best for coffee brewing methods with a longer brewing time, such as French press, percolator and cold brew coffee. Due to the larger grind, water flows more slowly through the ground coffee, resulting in a full and rich taste.

French press

Average grind

A medium grind is perfect for drip coffee makers and pour over methods, such as Chemex and Hario V60. The medium grind allows the water to extract the flavors and oils from the ground coffee at a moderate pace, resulting in a well-balanced cup of coffee.

The correct grind setting

Nice grind

A fine grind is ideal for espresso and Turkish coffee, where a fast preparation time is necessary. The fine grind ensures rapid extraction of the coffee's flavors and oils, creating a strong and intense cup of coffee.

Extra fine grind

An extra fine grind is used for traditional Turkish coffee, where the grind is almost powdery. This grinding degree results in a very strong and powerful cup of coffee with a lot of sediment.

In short, choosing the right coffee grind is essential for the quality and taste of your coffee. Consider which brewing method you will use and choose the grind size accordingly. Whether you prefer a strong and intense espresso or a rich and full French press, the right grind can help you brew the perfect cup of coffee every time.