Posted Fri Sep 28, 2012, 5:56am Subject: Drip/ pour over coffee to water ratio
I am thinking about purchasing a drip station to make multiple coffees. I have been using a pour over dripper for a while now but I am still trying to figure out what the proper amount of grinds to use is best. I know 30g is ideal for a 14oz cup. what about a medium or an extra large?
Has anyone found a good drip ratio?
If 14 oz requires 30g of grounds then a 10oz cup would require 21g. Is this a good starting point?
+1. I think that 30g for 14oz is a bit of an updose. The ratio I use is 1:16 measuring everything in weight -- close to but a little higher than 60g: 1L if we take 1L = 1000g -- but the 60 number is an excellent starting point to work from.
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