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Brewing method summary form Homegrounds.co.
- 1 milliliter (ml) of water = 1 gram (g)
- strength = dissolved solids / water (ideal: 1.25%)
- extraction = dissolved solids / grounds (ideal: 20%)
- Cold-brewed: ground coffee steeped in cold water for 12-24h then strained
- Iced coffee: ground coffee brewed hot and poured over ice
Under extracted coffee:
Sour, acidic, salty: Grounds too coarse or brew time too short.
Over extracted coffee:
Bitter, hollow: Grounds too fine or brew time too long
Ratio, the -nonexistent- Golden rule:
- 6g coffee per 100g of water, approx 5,6%, ratio 1:17
- Specialty Coffee Association of America recommends: 1:18
- 1:4 highly concentrated, recommended mostly for cold brew concentrate
- 1:5 highly concentrated, recommended mostly for cold brew concentrate
- 1 : 12.5 recommended for cold brew ready to drink (RTD) coffee (see this)
- 1:15 – 1:18 generally preferred range
- 1:30 weak, over extracted cup
A method to find your favorite ratio can be found here.
For more info, see also the SCAA brewing chart
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Recommendations by bean origin (source)
Here is a table with recommendations on how to brew beans from every origin.
Continue reading How to select coffee brewing method