We at Carrabassett Coffee Company take immense pride in serving quality beans at reasonable prices. As a result of that pride, we have held our pricing steady since November 2010. We now find it necessary to have a modest price increase on November 2, 2020. We thank you for your understanding and we would appreciate your continued support of Carrabassett Coffee.

How to Select the Right Grind for Your Brewing Method

What Grind Should I Choose?

            An Explanation of Grinds

 

  1. Pump Pressure Espresso

Our Finest Grind Available. Use for Espresso Machine.

Link: How to Brew Coffee Using an Espresso Machine

 

  1. Aeropress/Moka Pot / Steam Pressure Espresso

Very Fine. Use for a Moka Pot (Stovetop Espresso) or Aeropress

Link: How to Brew Coffee Using a Moka Pot

Link: How to Brew Coffee Using an Aeropress

 

  1. Cone/ Melitta/Fine Grind

Fine Grind. Use for Pourover

Link: How to Brew Coffee Using the Pourover Method

 

  1. Drip/ Paper Filter

Medium Grind. Use for standard countertop drip coffee pot with a paper filter.

Link: How to Brew Coffee Using a Drip Coffee Pot

 

  1. Foil

Slightly Coarser than Drip Grind. Use for Keurig Machines (Buy an EkoBrew here) or Drip Coffee pots with a reusable metal filter.

Link: How to Brew Coffee Using a Keurig-Type Machine

Link: How to Brew Coffee Using a Metal Filter

 

  1. Perc Grind

On the Coarser Side of Medium. Use for Percolator

Link: How to Brew Coffee Using a Stovetop Percolator

 

  1. French Press

Our Coarsest Grind. Use for French Press  or to make Cold Brew.

Link: How to Brew Cold Brew Coffee

Link: How to Brew Coffee Using a French Press

 

     8. Whole Bean

Choose Whole Bean if you grind at home.