Grind Options

With different brewing methods for coffee, the fineness of the grind is extremely important. Some brewing methods require an extremely fine grind, while others are more course. Not sure what you need, or what the differences are? These pictures help show what the grinds look like, and explain when they should be used.

Whole Bean

This is what our beans look like before grinding. If you have a grinder of your own, we recommend buying whole bean. Coffee always tastes best right after grinding.

 

Coarse Grind

This is a very rough, course grind. This is used primarily for French Press coffee, a favorite here at Savaya. People often think you need a finer grind for French Press, but with the quality of beans at Savaya, coarse reveals just the right level of flavor.


Drip Grind

This is a very rough, course grind. This is used primarily for French Press coffee, a favorite here at Savaya. People often think you need a finer grind for French Press, but with the quality of beans at Savaya, coarse reveals just the right level of flavor.


Espresso Grind

This is a very rough, course grind. This is used primarily for French Press coffee, a favorite here at Savaya. People often think you need a finer grind for French Press, but with the quality of beans at Savaya, coarse reveals just the right level of flavor.


Turkish Grind

This is a very rough, course grind. This is used primarily for French Press coffee, a favorite here at Savaya. People often think you need a finer grind for French Press, but with the quality of beans at Savaya, coarse reveals just the right level of flavor.