If you’re selling coffee, you’ll want to possess the bean grinder. Because coffee brewed from freshly ground beans is way superior, especially to the coffee aficionado with the refined java palate, anybody really serious about their coffee also needs a coffee mill.
Austraians have high standards when it comes to coffee. If you're serious in the coffee business then you actually need to level-up your coffee making game. You should be more happy purchasing whole coffee beans instead of the pre-ground ones. The pre-ground beans get stale easily and lose its freshness directly because they’d been prepared way ahead, packaged for quite a while and most likely delivered in long distances.
If you switch to coffee beans, you should store them properly to maximise the freshness, and only grind when you’re able to brew.
Once you've got the beans, confirm to store them in airtight container and keep them faraway from the four harmful elements – air, light, heat, and moisture.
The consistency of your coffee grinds depends on your brewing method. Some grinds work best during a certain sort of method, while other grinds work best in other specific methods. Thus, it’s important to understand which grinds should be used that method.
You will usually hear “coarse, medium, and fine” grinds but oftentimes it’s tough to differentiate what they appear like. Here is a guide that clarifies the grind:
- Extra course – best for cold brewing
- Coarse (very chunky) – best for French Press
- Medium-coarse (less chunky) –Café Solo Brewer
- Medium (like commercial salt) –Machine Drip
- Fine (like salt) – Stove top espresso pots
- Super fine – Espresso machines
- Turkish (like icing sugar) – Turkish coffee
We offer a vast variety of automatic grinders that gives you very precise and accurate coffee preparation experience. You simply won’t need to worry about uneven coffee grinds. It’s also multi-purpose so you'll grind the beans and brew using any method from French press to drip, espresso, and Turkish!
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