Ratio Chart Helps You Brew The Perfect Cup Of Coffee From The Cheapest Grounds

June 18, 2019


One of the simplest pleasures in life is the time you have with a really good cup of coffee. However it’s surprisingly hard to find, or make, truly good coffee. While most will say that delicious coffee is all about the beans but you should consider the ratio of coffee to water as the key for a great cup of joe. Fortunately, a coffee brewing company has created a handy ratio chart that shows you the right amount of water to use with your freshly-ground coffee. The best part of the chart is it breaks down the amount of coffee and water by ounces, grams, teaspoons, tablespoons and cups. If you really want to get down to great coffee, you'll need a food scale because the ratio of water is determined by the weight of the coffee which is multiplied by the fluid ounces of water. The very detailed chart provided by The Black bear Micro Roasters in New Hampshire can be used for event eh cheapest kind of ground coffee to create a delicious experience.  Stronger coffee requires a little less water and vice versa for weaker brew (Tip: to strengthen weak coffee, add a scoop of instant coffee). CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART.

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SOURCE: Lifehacker

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