[Homeroast] how many scoops per cup?
Dean De Crisce
decrisce.md at gmail.com
Tue Feb 2 14:48:19 CST 2010
I believe the general ratio is 10-14gm per 6-8 oz water. I personally use
one blue scaa 14 gm scoop per 6 oz water (3/4 cup). I use that for drip
(rarely) and ccd.
Dean De Crisce
On Tue, Feb 2, 2010 at 3:06 PM, michael brown <disracer at msn.com> wrote:
> Okay i have to tell on myself here. It's been so long since i've made
> "regular" drip coffee that i couldn't remember how many scoops per cup
> to make. Seems like i remembered one scoop per two cups (scoops being
> tablespoons). I did that and tasted nothing, tasted like hot water. I
> tried another coffee, same thing. Tried a third, same thing. I've
> been pulling shots for so long, and CCD's that i thought i aughta try
> it as a drip. Well it freaked me out. These were left over coffees of
> coffees that i had already sold to friends and such. I'm thinking,
> "there's something VERY wrong."
> I finally got up to 4scoops for 2cups before i could really taste the
> coffee. that still seems like an incredible amount, so i'm going to
> ask the stupid question, or better yet, i'll mask it as a poll
> question: What's your scoop to cup ratio? I'm still on the fence
> about whether or not i should be freaking out. Still doesn't quite sit
> right with me. Although the shots are great! and the CCD's have been
> good, this just doesn't seem right.
> By the way, these were various coffees; Brazil taken 30sec into 2C,
> Sumatra about 30sec into 2C, and Guat just a few snaps into second.
> Michael B
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