How much coffee do I put in a coffee maker?

Answer On One Hand: Use the Standard MeasurementThe standard rule of thumb for coffee makers is to use 1 tablespoon of coffee grinds for every 8 ounces of cold water. This is the established ratio used by... Read More »

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How much coffee is needed for a Single Serving coffee cup maker?

It's generally 1 tablespoon per cup of coffee. You can add more or less according to your own taste.

Can we make milk coffee in coffee maker or only black coffee?

Hello joyous,Normally,the milk is heated to boiling temperatures inside the coffee maker. This will cause many problems-the milk could coagulate and clog the coffee maker. Also, the milk residue wi... Read More »

How much coffee do you put in a 36-cup coffee maker?

The amount of coffee needed for a 36-cup coffeemaker depends on how strong or weak you want your coffee. The average measurement is 1 tbsp. of ground coffee per cup. If you want a strong cup of cof... Read More »

Coffee addicts and afficianadoes, what kind of coffee maker is your choice?

As a coffee aficionado, I actually have two such devices: a 1990's-vintage Krups with 10 cups x 2 total capacity and designed for Melita-compatible filters; and a General Electric concentrate brew... Read More »