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Begin with quality coffee, and good water. If you find yourself adding more & more milk and/or sugar to your cup to off-set “harshness,” you need to buy a better coffee. Most buyers will brew using a drip method, (paper filters.) In that instance, a finer grind is a way of extracting more of the flavors from the bean. (Our ground coffee is distributed as a “drip” grind, unless another grind is requested.) The rule of thumb is to measure one level tablespoon, (cone shaped coffee measure,) for each six (6) ounces of water to be brewed. French-presses require a slightly coarser grind, so that the “fines” do not end up in the beverage. A water temperature of 195–205 degrees f (Just below boiling,) is ideal. Infusion time for the Drip method can be 2.5 to 3 minutes. The Press method requires more time, (about 4 minutes.) *A summer-seasonal note Iliahi Roast is ideal for “Cold Brewing” to make a deeply rich and smooth Iced coffee. Contact us for Instructions.
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