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##### Asked by: Thais Gersoo

food and drink non alcoholic beverages# How many teaspoons of coffee should I use?

**coffee**scoop

**should**hold two

**tablespoons of coffee**, which is approximately 10 grams or0.36 ounces. So you

**should use**two

**tablespoons**or one

**coffee**scoop of ground

**coffee**for every 6 fluidounces of water.

Also, how many teaspoons of coffee should I put in a cup?

So, a full 12 **cup** pot is actually 7.5 regular8-ounce **cups**. This ratio makes a really good, strong**cup** of **coffee**. You **can use** less **coffee**depending on your taste or **coffee** roast level. Note: Formedium strong **coffee**, **use** 1 **tbsp coffee** forevery **cup**.

Drip Coffee Maker Cups | Tablespoons of Coffee |
---|---|

10 Cup Pot | 8 Level Tbsp. |

12 Cup Pot | 9 Level Tbsp. |

14 Cup Pot | 10 Level Tbsp. |

Subsequently, question is, how much coffee should I use?

A general guideline is called the "Golden Ratio" - oneto two tablespoons of ground **coffee** for every six ounces ofwater. This can be adjusted to suit individual taste preferences.Check the cup lines or indicators on your specific brewer to seehow they actually measure.

Many **coffee** bars and the Specialty **Coffee**Association of America recommend adding 2 rounded tablespoons of**coffee** per 6 ounces of water. Some **coffee**manufacturers recommend using one tablespoon per **cup**. Werecommend 1 to 11⁄2 tablespoons of ground **coffee** per**cup**, but **use** more or less to suit yourtaste.