What Grinder Is Best for Cold Brew?
If you are new to specialty coffee, I bet you have a coffee maker at home, but I'd also be willing to bet you don't have a good grinder.
Fresh beans are important, but if you don't have a grinder that will give you consistent size grounds, you'll have coffee thats under or over extracted. You don't want that.
There are 2 main types of grinders available on the market:
|Blade Grinder||Cheap||Grinds will be inconsistent sizes and result in under or over extracted coffee.|
Consistent Grind Size
Moral of the story is, you want a burr grinder.
The second thing that's important for a cold brew is a course grinder. Certain grinders allow for a courser setting. Here are a couple great options.