Home Brewing Guides
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-1 Tbs Ground Coffee – 4 oz Water
-This 1:16 ratio will result in a reasonably strong and balanced cup assuming the correct grind size for your brewing method
-A decent rule of thumb for most drip coffee should be a medium – medium-fine grind
-If brewing a big batch of coffee, go slighly coarser than you may normally for that method
-The same can be said for brewing single cups – you can go as fine as table salt and have a tasty drink
-Taste matters more than any recipe!
26 g Coffee (~4 Tbs) – 420 g (~15 oz) Water – Coarse, medium-coarse grind
-Pour 100 g water just off the boil and stir
-Let it bloom for 30 seconds
-Then pour to 420 g
-Stir crust at 4 minutes
-Press at 5 minutes, and enjoy
-It’s okay if you let it steep for longer!
We like to start brewing drip coffee at a 1:16 coffee to water ratio. 1 Tbs of ground coffee to 4 oz of water, using a medium, medium-fine grind.
So to brew a 3-cup pot (12 oz cups) in a home drip brewer, we’d scoop 9 Tbs of ground coffee and use 36 oz of water in the machine.
22 g (~3 Tbs) Coffee – 375 g (~13 oz) Water – Medium-fine grind
A simple and consistent two-pour method we like in our QC Lab –
-Start at a 1:17 ratio, 22 g dose, 375 g water, medium-fine grind
-0:00 – 75 g bloom for 45 seconds
-0:45 – Tight concentric pour to 200 g, gentle stir or swirl
-When it’s nearly drained around 1:40, pour to 375 g, gentle stir or swirl
-Aiming for 3:30 total brew time around 1.35% TDS
-Highlights acidity and clarity while bringing out the coffee’s inherent sweetness, backed by a medium body to support the cup and its long finish
OZO Coffee Company shows you how to make the perfect V60 Pour Over
Hey coffee lovers! Today we are demonstrating the OZO Coffee way to brew a french press at home.
See how easy it is to make better coffee at home with these four easy tips from OZO Coffee.