How do I choose the grind for my coffee?
Espresso coffee is prepared using a high-end espresso machine such as the Rocket. The grind is very fine and uniform for a quick and powerful extraction. This grind is used for espresso coffees and espresso-based drinks such as lattes, cappuccinos and macchiatos.
To prepare homemade espresso, you will need a quality espresso machine, such as Breville, Delonghi or Saeco. The grind is fine and uniform, but a little coarser than for espresso
high end, as these machines are not as powerful as the Rocket. This grind is also used for espresso coffees and espresso-based drinks.
Stove-top Italian coffee makers, also known as "mocha pots", are popular for their simplicity and efficiency. The grind for these coffee makers is fine and even, but slightly more
coarser than for homemade espresso. This grind is used to prepare a full-bodied and aromatic coffee.
The Aeropress is a relatively new method of brewing coffee
and popular for its mild taste and ease of use. There
grind for the Aeropress is medium-fine, coarser than for
the house espresso. This grind is used to prepare a coffee
light and clean.
Filter machines and Kalitas are popular methods of
coffee preparation for lovers of smooth and clean coffee. Milling
for filter machines and Kalitas is medium, coarser
than for the Aeropress. This grind is used to prepare a coffee
clean and without bitterness.
The V60 filter is a manual coffee brewing method that
requires a special technique. The grind for the V60 is
medium, coarser than for the standard filter. This grind is
used to brew clean, smooth coffee.
The Chemex is a manual coffee preparation method that is
often used to prepare coffee for several people. There
grind for the Chemex is coarse, coarser than for the V60. This
grinds are used to brew a smooth, clean coffee.
The French press, also known as the "piston coffee maker", is a
popular method of brewing coffee for its simplicity and taste
Corsica. The grind for the French press is coarse, coarser
only for Chem
Cold brew is a method of making coffee that involves steeping ground coffee in cold water for several hours. The grind for the cold brew is very coarse, coarser than for the French press. This grind is used to prepare a mild, bitter-free coffee, which is often served over ice. Cold brew is an increasingly popular method of brewing coffee, especially during the summer months.