The standard amount of coffee put in a pot is two tablespoons of ground coffee per six ounces of water. For an average pot that makes 12 6-ounce cups, use approximately 24 tablespoons or 1.5 cups of ground coffee.Continue Reading
The exact number of scoops used depends on how much water the coffee pot holds and the size of the scoop. Most coffee pots come with a scoop that measures one tablespoon.
The amount of coffee needed for a pot can also vary depending on personal tastes. If strong coffee is desired, add 3 tablespoons of coffee per six ounces of water (36 tablespoons or a little over 2 cups per pot). For a little less bitter coffee, only use 1 tablespoon of ground coffee per six ounces of water (12 tablespoons or 3/4-cup per pot).Learn more about Coffee & Tea
The ratio of ground coffee to water is 1 tablespoon of coffee grounds to 6 ounces of water for a cup of regular-strength coffee made in a drip-style coffee maker. Use 2 tablespoons of coffee grounds to 6 ounces of water for a stronger cup of coffee.Full Answer >
The ratio of coffee to cups brewed is 1 tablespoon of ground coffee for a 6-ounce cup and 2 tablespoons of coffee for a 12-ounce cup, so 8 cups would require about 1.5 tablespoon scoops of ground coffee, depending on the serving size. This amount makes a regular strength brew.Full Answer >
To make cold coffee, place ground coffee in a large jar or pitcher following a ratio of 1 part coffee to 8 parts water. Fill the jar with room temperature water, stir thoroughly, and seal the lid. Allow it to steep for 18 to 24 hours. Strain the mixture until it is free of residue. Serve over ice, or with milk and sugar.Full Answer >
Reusable K-Cups make it easy to use any favorite brand or flavor of ground coffee in a Keurig single serve brewing system. The handy single-serve filter cups save money and are an eco-friendly alternative to disposable K-Cups. They can also brew a cup of tea, espresso or hot cocoa.Full Answer >