Perks Of Coffee

Coffee Scoop – The Perfect Coffee Measuring Spoon

Coffee ScoopWant to know how to make the perfect brew every time?
This is where the coffee scoop comes into play – a universal coffee measuring spoon for coffee grounds of every flavor and size of grind, for any coffee machine on the market.

But this enigma needs some explaining.

There are specific coffee measurements for a coffee spoon that is used the world over.

It is very different to a normal teaspoon or tablespoon.

There is also a ratio of scoops to fluid ounces of water that is used.

Stay with me – all will be explained…

Bear in mind that these are guidelines only and your personal preference will always take precedence.

A little experimentation on the first couple of brews will be required to work out what your perfect “ratio” will be.

How Much Is A Scoop?

Coffee Measuring Spoon

A full, level coffee scoop measurement holds the equivalent of two tablespoons of coffee grounds, which is approximately 10 grams.

The general rule of thumb is that for every 6 fluid ounces of water, 1 scoop of coffee should be used.

But ……. not always.

To achieve the strength of coffee you desire also depends on the size of the coffee ground.

And that is not the only thing to take into account

How strong you like your coffee has a strong bearing on your quantity of grounds too.

The finer the ground, the stronger the brew. So it will take more coarsely ground coffee to achieve the same strength and taste of a finely ground bean. A finer ground has a bigger surface area and it is, therefore, easier and quicker to extract the flavor.

Therefore, measuring correctly when placing your beans into your coffee grinder and brewer is essential.

Coffee Scoop To Water Ratio Explained

Another consideration is the size of the cup being used.

  • A small coffee cup, the size of a teacup, is generally 6 ounces.
  • A mug increases to 8 or 9 fluid ounces.

Therefore, to achieve the same quality and strength of brew in a mug that you would achieve in a cup, you need to increase your coffee scoop per cup from 1 to 1.3 or 1.5 scoops.

Also bear in mind that if you are making a full carafe of coffee that makes 12 cups at a time, a little discrepancy in your per cup scoop measurement multiplies over 12 cups.

So get it right…

Or you could end up with a weak insipid brew or an overly strong one that could knock your socks off!

This all means that a little experimentation with your measuring spoon is required to start off with – but once mastered, never forgotten.

How to Choose Your Coffee Scoop

Coffee Measuring ScoopAre you looking for pretty decorative coffee scoops to showcase on your tray in front of guests or just a down to earth, get-the-job-done scoop that is efficient and easy to clean?

When it comes to choosing the style of your coffee measurer, the sky is the limit.

Stainless steel, plastic, wood, bamboo, decorative, plain, with or without a bag clip, long handled or short handled.

It comes down to whatever appeals to you.

Your choice for your lifestyle.

Buy A Coffee Scoop Today

So go ahead – Choose your Scoop

Amazon has a selection of coffee measuring scoops that will appeal to you.

We have chosen some that will give you the correct measurements and can be decorative too.

Best get started – lets get shopping for your coffee scoop!