If you are looking for information on how to grind coffee, look no further!
The first step to a great coffee grind is to start off with Fresh Roasted Coffee.
If your goal is the perfect cup of Joe, we recommend buying your coffee fresh-roasted, whole bean, and grinding it just before brewing. The difference this approach will make in the quality of your cup cannot be overstated. It’s best to store your coffee in an airtight container in a cool, dry place like your pantry, but for the love of all coffee, never store it in the refrigerator. Coffee makes an excellent, albeit very expensive deodorizer. It’s okay to freeze your coffee if you buy in quantity but make sure you bring it to room temperature before grinding. Frozen coffee doesn’t grind – it shatters so you won’t get a smooth brew.
The second step is deciding which type of grinder to use. We recommend finding a good quality, yet affordable coffee grinder. There are a lot of different types of grinders out there on the market today, but if you’re on a budget, we recommend our handy Bodum Electric Grinder. It’s dependable, easy to use, and it’s affordable. If that appeals to you, you can see it here. In a higher price range, we offer an awesome countertop Bodum Burr Grinder. This grinder has multiple grind settings for different brewing methods and a nice reservoir on top that holds a half-pound of coffee.