This is the finest grind, used for a Turkish Ibrik coffee maker.
A very fine grind provides the right resistance to the water, which is forced through the coffee and creates a rich crema for the espresso.
The grind for a Moka Pot needs to be coarser than espresso. If the grind is too fine, the coffee will struggle to extract resulting in a very bitter and strong taste.
A medium to fine grind is best for pour over. If your brew is too weak, try a finer grind. If the water doesn’t drip through the coffee, make the grind coarser.
We think the grind for Aeropress should be coarser than pour over. If it is hard to plunge, make the grind slightly coarser.
This is a formal way of tasting and discerning the quality of coffee. A medium to coarse grind is needed.
A very coarse grind is required for this method. If the grind is too fine, the coffee will taste bitter and also make it harder to plunge the filter.