Classic Iced Chai

Classic Iced Chai

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    Origin

    Why does the grind matter?

    When it comes to grind size, there are three factors which make the biggest difference: contact time, extraction rate and flow rate.

    Espresso

    Espresso is a brewed through using pressure to force water through compacted coffee grounds. The contact time is very short, requiring an extra fine grind size.

    Espresso Filter or Batch Brew

    Espresso is a brewed through using pressure to force water through compacted coffee grounds. The contact time is very short, requiring an extra fine grind size.

    Plunger or French Press

    This is an immersion brewer. Water is added to coffee grounds and allowed to steep for several minutes before straining out the grounds. This method calls for a coarse grind setting.

    Aeropress

    It's similar to a French press. Recommended grind size is between medium and fine, depending on steep time.

    Percolator or Mok Pot

    Uses steam pressure to force water upwards through a filter basket full of coffee grounds. The contact time is quite short, but the pressure is a bit higher than your typical brewer. It calls for a medium grind size.