What are ground coffee beans?
Ground coffee beans are a popular go-to for home coffee brewers because they're easy to brew - and convenient. Ground coffee can be defined as pre-ground coffee beans that are ground by the roasters, which makes brewing at home as simple as opening the bag and putting it into the coffee marker of your choice. While full beans can be used and put through a coffee grinder, buying pre-ground coffee is a quicker method.
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Our Ground Coffee Beans Range
Colombian Coffee Beans
Colombian coffee beans have a full-bodied and robust coffee taste that will leave your taste buds wanting more.
Signature beans are an experience every coffee lover should try. They have a delicious mix of chocolatey flavour and traces of honey that shine through in every sip.
Yellow Bourbon Brazilian Coffee Beans
Hand-picked yellow Bourbon Brazillian Coffee beans are top-of-the-line quality and grow at altitude in Brazil.
Single Origin Nicaraguan Coffee Beans
Single Origin Nicaraguan Coffee Beans are a mild acidity Nicaraguan classic with a smooth body.
Award Winning Buena Vista
Award-Winning Buena Vista are sweet coffee beans with hints of peach and spice.
Limited Edition Costa Rican
Limited Edition Costa Rican beans are a must-try from Costa Rica, an area where they specialise in Arabica beans.
Single Origin Papua New Guinea Coffee Beans
Single Origin Papua New Guinea Coffee Beans are medium-bodied with a smooth taste.
Premium Roasted Swiss Water Decaf
Premium Roasted Swiss Water Decaf coffee beans are fruity and sweet tasting and are grown in the mountains of Columbia.
Guatemalan Coffee Beans
Guatemalan Coffee Beans are unique and only have limited availability. They have a perfect mix of spicy and tangy notes.
Organic Jungle Bean Coffee
Organic Coffee beans tend to err more on the acidic side with a heavy, rich body.
Types of Ground Coffee Beans
Of course, it's important for coffee makers to pick their beans based on their preferred taste. However, it's also essential to note the size of the ground coffee. Coffee beans size range from coarse to fine, and the different brewing methods require different grind sizes.
Extra Coarse Grind
The largest of the ground coffees and are an excellent choice for making cowboy style or cold brew coffees.
Around the size of sea salt, this ground coffee is perfect for percolators and French press coffee.
Medium Coarse Grind
With a similar texture to sand, this type of ground coffee is often used for special types of brewing, such as Chemex.
The most common of the ground coffee types and has the texture of fine sand. Medium coarse is mostly used for drip coffee machines and siphon brewing.
Medium Fine Grind
With a texture that's a little smoother and finer than sand, it's ideal for coffee lovers who enjoy cone-shaped pourer drinks.
Most commonly referred to as espresso ground and - as the name suggests - it is great for making espressos.
Extra Fine Grind
Almost a powered and the type of grounds are often used to make Turkish coffee.
Ways of brewing ground coffee beans
There are several different ways to use ground beans to brew a coffee. The most commonly found methods include Turkish, espresso, cone-shaped pour-over, drip coffees, siphon brewing, Chemex, French press and cold brew. Please refer to the section above which type of ground coffee would be ideal for each brewing method.
How to store ground coffee?
Ground coffee should always be kept in a sealed container and a dark place. Sunlight and oxygen can affect the taste of coffee negatively.
how long does ground coffee last
If the bag is unopened, ground coffee can last to 5 months. An opened bag can be stored for up to a month in a dark and cool place.
How to make coffee with ground coffee?
There are a variety of ways to make coffee with ground coffee. You should always tailor the coarseness of your grind to the method you are using. You can check out different ways to make coffee with ground beans here.
Can we reuse coffee grounds?
It is not recommended to reuse coffee grounds. Recycled coffee grounds tend to produce a bitter taste and a low caffeine content. However, there are fortunately lots of benefits to using used coffee grounds. For example, it works excellent on fertilising your garden, can remove fleas from your pet, exfoliate your skin and neutralises odours.
Do you need a coffee machine for ground coffee?
Although using an espresso machine of coffee machine is one of the easiest ways to make coffee with ground coffee, there are many other ways to go about brewing coffee. A few of these brewing methods include a french press, Moka pot and AeroPress.