Don’t get me started on dissing the Decaf.
I love a good cup of freshly ground coffee, sitting amongst the hipster set in our local cafe and let’s face it other than sitting with Doris in the local charity shop there isn’t anywhere else left to sit.
I am about to upset the coffee aficionados again but really what’s it all about?
Well according to coffeekind.com making a Coffee (or Brew as they say over the pond) is a science.
Approaching it scientifically it makes sense that you weight your coffee before you pour your water over it (weighed of course but in milliliters)
You’ll need equipment, of course, you can’t be weighing it on your mums kitchen scales.
That way you get the perfect brew – so what is the ration I hear you begging me for the information?
The industry says it’s 60g to 1 litre of water
Then they go onto to say that’s a starting point because if you like a stronger brew then add more coffee…not an exact science then?
“The reason we weigh coffee instead of measuring it by the scoop is because the same amount of coffee by weight takes up different amounts of volume depending on the grind. A teaspoon of coffee beans will not produce a teaspoon of ground coffee, but 15g of coffee beans will produce 15g of ground coffee, no matter how finely you grind it. In other words, when you weigh out 15g of coffee, it will always be the same amount of coffee. That’s important for the sake of getting consistent results.”
So hope it’s all clear now.
Drink whatever coffee you like.