What Grinder for Pour Over??
Posted on 09/24/2016 8:53 AM
1 1/2 Pounder
Joined: November 06, 2013
I have not yet tried it with coarser ground size as for pour over... speaking of which, what ground size do you guys like best for pour over with a paper cone filter? I'm approximating, of course; but I guess I try to shoot for something fairly coarse, perhaps .5mm in size? What say you?
Its probably a tad finer than that, you invariably get some powder, but I usually set the size for pour over as 'fine as possible' until I get a little bitterness in the cup, then go one coarser... is that what you guys do? but its tough to quantify the size...
I grind to a size that gives a 4-5 minute brew time (including a 30-45 second steep period). I steep until the bloom starts to collapse which is different with each origin, then 3.5 to 4.5 minutes of brew time.
I've found that each pour over filter requires a bit of a tweak to the grinder settings to stay within this time frame.
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