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Choosing A Grind SettingUpdated 5 months ago

For the best home brewing experience, we recommend a home setup that includes a coffee grinder, as this will ensure the freshest possible cup of coffee, as well as allowing the freedom to make any adjustments where necessary. However, we're more than happy to offer our customers the option to have their coffee ground by our team when necessary! Unfortunately, we are unable to edit a grind outside of our 7-set grind settings (Whole Bean, Drip, Pour Over, Chemex, French Press, Espresso, and Cold Brew). Our bulk grinder requires very precise settings in order to process the high-volume of orders we receive, so no additional edits can be made outside of the previously listed grind settings.


Below you can find some of the most popular grind sizes and the option you'll want to select before adding a coffee to your cart via our website:

  • Whole Bean - For homes that have a grinder to grind coffee fresh at home, our preferred method.
  • Drip - (Medium-Coarse) Regular coffee machines and Keurig machines.
  • Pour Over - (Medium) For hand-brewing pour over coffee. This grind setting is recommended for Hario V60 and V60 Switch, Origami Dripper, Kalita Wave, Fellow Stagg, and other similar pour over methods.
  • Chemex - (Medium-Coarse) For brewing with a Chemex.
  • French Press - (Coarse) For brewing with a French Press.
  • Espresso - (Finest) For brewing espresso.
  • Cold Brew - (Coarsest) For making cold brew.


Other Popular Brew Methods:

  • Aeropress - (Medium) For brewing with an Aeropress, we recommend a Pour Over or French Press grind setting, depending on one's own taste and brewing preferences.
  • Moka Pot - (Finest) For brewing with a Moka Pot, we recommend an Espresso grind setting


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