The Coffee Grinding Process Part Two!
The Gourmet Coffee Co thought this was a great time of year to focus on a few coffee terms and helpful hint to making and brewing coffee. In the month of October we are dedicating a few post to some aspects of the coffee grinding process.
Our customers always ask us “what is the best way to grind coffee, so you get the perfect brewed hot coffee cup of coffee every morning?” Well before we answer that very important question, here is some basic information you need to know about grinding coffee, enjoy!
Most customers don’t know that the coffee grinding process really affects the taste and quality of their coffee. Grinding can make the coffee or break the coffee and really affect how you enjoy your coffee. The Gourmet Coffee Co has offered their customers high grade, commercial coffee grinders over the last 10 years. We know the importance of grinding coffee and so should you!
Quick Tip #1
Depending on the brewing method you use, you need to consider a few things before you grind for example: Brewing methods that expose coffee grounds to hot water for longer periods of time require a coarser grind than faster brewing methods.
Quick Tip #2
Coffee beans which experience harsh grinding and break the bean down to very light powdered texture for brewing may expose too much surface area to the heated water and produce a bitter or harsh taste. Therefore be careful how fine you decide to grind your coffee
Quick Tip #3
If you consider the extreme, an overly coarse grind will produce a weak coffee taste unless more is used.
Grinding coffee is a science and we think our grinders are some of the best in the market. Yes, you can buy the bags of coffee already grinded and ready to make, but wow what a difference when you pour fresh, high grade coffee beans into a grinder like the ones we provide our customers with..There simply is no substitute.
Come back next week as we keep discussing the basics of making the perfect coffee cup in your home or office.
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