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COFFEE GRINDING


(News Press - Búho Café).- During coffee production, from the preparation of the soil for sowing the seed to its last process, which is grinding, several very specific steps are taken into account in order to obtain excellent results.

Grinding coffee is a process where the roasted beans are turned into powder, and are used in the preparation of a delicious infusion, which is drunk according to the taste of each consumer.

For coffee lovers, there is nothing better than grinding your own fresh beans at home, since the aroma and flavor provide better results than what is already ground. To achieve a good cup of coffee, it is important to know the type of grind that must be obtained for the prototype of the coffee maker to be used.

Once you know whether the grain should be coarse, fine or medium, you can choose the right grinder to do the grinding. The thickness of the ground coffee plays a fundamental role in the final flavor, so it is necessary to choose the exact point because there are variables that affect the final result.

Depending on the thickness of the grains, after grinding, this plays an important role, providing the cup with certain properties, and varies from fine to medium, medium to coarse and coarse.

Grinding types

The coarse ground coffee in this grind term is used primarily for coffee makers such as the French press. In this process there is no other pressure than that of hot water.

Medium ground coffee has a texture very similar to that of brown sugar and is preferably used in filter drip, automatic drip and siphon coffee machines.

Fine ground coffee, its texture is like that of salt and is ideal for espresso, Turkish and Italian coffee machines that demand a finer product to achieve a perfect extraction.

Medium fine coffee has a slightly coarser texture than table salt, recommended for AeroPress and drip cones.

Freshly ground coffee always tastes much stronger and fresher, and should be used quickly after grinding, otherwise its flavor will be significantly altered.

Grinder types

Knife grinder is suitable for grinding very coarse, coarse-medium, coarse or medium. The grains are introduced in the upper part, it is covered and pressed down, to activate the knife that will grind the grain

Grinding wheel has several grinding stones that grind the grain according to the required thickness. This is used to achieve fine-medium, fine and very fine grinds.

Manual grinder If you want to do things the old-fashioned way. This type of grinder is easy to use, but does not grind as accurately as the electric grinder.

It is important to bear in mind that not only does the taste of the coffee depend on the type of grind, but also the preparation temperature and the time it takes to prepare the coffee have an influence.

Freshly ground coffee always tastes much stronger and fresher, and should be used quickly after grinding, otherwise its flavor will be significantly altered.

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