What grind size should I use for pour over?

For pour over coffee, the best grind to use is a medium-coarse grind. A medium-coarse grind will be similar in size to a French press grind but less chunky and will feel slightly smoother. If you are using a cone-shaped pour over, then use a medium-fine coffee grind instead.

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Keeping this in view, can I use fine grind for pour over?

If you love your pour over coffee like us, you will need a medium fine coffee grind size. It’s finer than sand, but not as fine as an espresso grind. Suits these brew methods: Cone-shaped pour-over brewers (e.g. Hario v60, Kalita wave, etc)

People also ask, can I use fine grind for V60? Tip: A medium to fine grind is best for your pour over. If the brew is too weak, try a finer grind. If the water drips through the coffee too slowly, make the grind coarser. Place the V60 on the mug, insert the filter paper and soak with hot water to remove any papery taste, and to warm the V60 and the mug.

Correspondingly, can you use regular ground coffee for Pour over?

But if you want to get the most out of your coffee, use freshly ground coffee. It makes all the difference. Pour-over coffee will brew best when using a medium grind, but you can even go a bit finer or coarser (interested in different types of grinds?).

How do you do a V60 pour over?

How long should I grind my coffee beans for Pour over?

10-15 seconds

What is V60 grind?

Hario V60: Medium-fine. Kalita Wave: Medium-fine. Chemex: Medium-coarse.

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