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A good grind is the first step to an exceptional brew. This guide will show you the different types of coarseness of coffee grounds and how to achieve a consistent grind each time.
A coarse grind resembles coarse sea salt in consistency. With a larger surface area, it’s ideal for any immersion brew—be it coffee press, coffee press cold brew or Mason jar cold brew.
A medium grind resembles sea salt in consistency. This grind ensures the perfect extraction of flavour from the beans—ideal for brewing with a Chemex, coffee machine or Moka pot.
A fine grind resembles granulated sugar in consistency. In pour over recipes—where grind size is everything—try not to grind too coarsely or finely as this affects the taste of your cup.