Coffee grind size: Why it matters and what you should be using
Grind size can be the difference in a delicious or an unpleasant, bitter cup of coffee. Learn why grind size matters and which setting you should be using for your coffee at home.
Cotswold Cafetiere Coffees
Our groun cafetiere coffees for the home, plus larger volumes for caterers, hotels and restaurants. Popular three-cup sized foil-fresh bags, or try our best-selling Oxford Blend in 500g bags.
The best ground coffee
Our fresh, Cool Earth ground coffees are simply fabulous. From intense, crisp, citrus acidity to deeply sweet, juicy blackcurrant notes, the range boasts a variety of flavours to suit all tastes. To achieve optimum flavours and freshness for your office by using a process of roasting, grinding, flushing and packing.
Get Some Decent Coffee!
Therefore buying some decent coffee is the most important task. The bean and type of roast is purely down to your taste and part of the joy is experimenting, but the more effort you put into sourcing a freshly roasted and ground coffee, the more you will get out flavour wise. Traditionally espressos use a dark roast so that would be a good place to start if you are unsure.
Andrew James Stainless Steel Cafetiere 1000ml
The Andrew James Coffee Cafetiere features a modern, simple, sleek design perfect for any kitchen with its neutral Stainless Steel finish. Enjoy up to cups of perfectly brewed coffee at once with the 1000ml pot capacity.