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Coffee Cupping Spoon, Scoop and Teaspoon

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Coffee Cupping Spoon, Scoop and Teaspoon

We carry a range of spoons from tea spoons, small spoon and coffee spoons to stir your coffee. These vary in handle length, generally dependent on the cup size being used. Common brands are the Acme, Motta and Joe Frex.

Coffee measuring spoon and coffee scoops are used to measure your ground coffee into your Filter Baskets. There are generally known as a 7g coffee scoop although don't necessarily measure 7gr and it depends on the coffee roast profile and weight. Several brands are common here, both from Coffee Parts, Dreamfarm and Joe Frex.

And the hero spoons in our range, the cupping spoons which are a key component in coffee cupping. These are made by Espresso Gear, Hario , Joe Frex, Tiamo and Rhinowares. But what is Cupping? Simply put, it is the process coffee roasters and growers use to judge coffees next to each other without bias. Cupping at home is actually a fairly easy process and can be setup with minimal coffee cupping supplies. Like wine tasting, is all about comparing flavours, notes and acidity levels in a range of origins and blends in the one sitting. In specialty coffee and roasteries, cupping bowls are generally around or long table each with a cupping spoon, ready to be tasted. The cupping spoon is a key item in the process and this simple item makes a huge difference to our senses. The shape will affect the hand position and ability to properly smell and then taste the coffee being cupped.

As we know by now, there’s a little more to brewing coffee than just putting a coffee capsule into a machine and hitting a button, well for a quality cup of coffee anyway. All of our accessories are meant to complement and significantly enhance your brewing experience and ability! Usually, you’d begin your espresso process by using a Dosing tool to weigh the appropriate amount of beans with your Coffee Scales before grinding your fresh coffee!

Your coffee grounds will be put back into your dosing cup and transferred into your Portafilter Basket which may be a single, double or triple! The Distribution tool will help you to evenly distribute the grounds within the Filter Basket prior to using a coffee tamper to compress the grounds. By placing your portafilter onto a Tamping Mat you’ll prevent damage to the portafilter handle or bench, simply place 10-30kg of even pressure down on the tamper and twist to polish. Lock the portafilter into your machine, use the scales under the spout with whichever cup, glassware or reusable cup you prefer and commence brewing.

Now when texturing milk it's important to use the correctly sized milk jug for the amount of milk you require. Once you texture the milk, use a milk Thermometer to get the ideal steaming time for whatever milk you’re working with and if in a cafe you might have the option of a Milk Jug Rinser which is incredibly convenient for the post brew clean! A chocolate shaker is a must for those mocha or cappuccino lovers. When the shot is pouring, make sure to use a barista timer or your scales to measure for the perfect extraction, we recommend 23g in and 46g out at an extraction time of 25-30 seconds. Knock the puck out in either a Knock Box at home or a Standing knock tube or in bench shoot if you’re in a cafe!

Now every machine deserves a good clean, check out our range of Blind Filters, cleaning brushes, cleaning products and chemicals! Everyone loves having a few beans up your sleeve so be sure to check out our favourite Coffee Storage units for home or cafe! If you've got a passion for coffee, well there's nothing tastier than some cupping, use some of our coffee Cupping Tools, such as bowls and spoons to bring this professional experience into your own home!