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How To Brew: Coffee Grind Size

Brew Guides

A quick look at the world of grinding coffee. Got more questions? Email us at support@camposcoffee.com

Whole Beans

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Aeropress

This grind is fine and best for the Aeropress; a device where coffee is steeped and then forced through a filter by pressing the plunger through the tube. It is popular for making single cup filter coffee.

Cold Drip

This grind is coarse-ground. Cold Drip is a process where beans are soaked in water for a prolonged period of time, usually for several hours. The water is normally kept at room temperature, or can be chilled.

Espresso (Commercial)

This grind is most suitable for higher end machines. These machines are usually valued at $1000+

Espresso (Home)

This grind is suitable for most domestic espresso machines.

Filter

This grind is suitable for both single cup pourover filters, or bulk brewers and drip machines

Plunger

This grind is suitable for Plungers (aka the French Press).

Stovetop

This grind is suitable for the ‘screw together’ stove top espresso maker, also known as a mocca pot.