Coffee Guide

4 Steps to achieve the perfect sip:

Baked in Bosnia Coffee Guide

1) High quality, premium beans

2) Freshly roasted beans. Whole bean starts to become stale 3-4 weeks after roasting. Avoid the staleness found in grocery stores. We offer the freshest coffee on the internet: roasted the same day it ships out direct to your doorstep.

3) Freshly ground beans - it matters. We offer a few grind varieties, but we recommend buying whole bean and investing in a quality grinder. For fine grinds like espresso and Turkish, you should use grounds within 1 hour for best results. Within 12 hours for standard grind. So yes, that pre-ground grocery store coffee is stale... and the finer the grind the faster it goes bad.

4) Proper grinding equipment. Conical burr is king, resulting in consistently sized grounds. Use the correct grind and brewing combination. See chart below.

    Brewing Method
    BiB Grind Exact Grind
    Infinity Setting
    Cold Brew Coffee
    Standard Extra coarse: peppercorns
    Coarse #1 to #4
    French Press, Percolator, Coffee Cupping
    Coarse: sea salt
    Coarse #1
    Chemex coffee maker, Clever Dripper, Cafe Solo Brewer
    Medium-coarse: coarse sand
    Medium #2 to Coarse #1
    Cone-shaped Pour-over Brewers,
    Flat Bottom Drip Coffee Machines, Siphon Coffee, Aeropress (with 3+ minute brew time)
    Standard/ Espresso
    Medium: sand
    Fine #3 – Medium #2
    Cone-shaped Pour-over Brewers, Aeropress (with 2-3 minute brew time)


    Medium-fine: salt
    Fine #4 – Medium #1
    Espresso, Moka Pot (Stovetop Espresso Maker),
    Aeropress (with 1 minute brew time)


    Fine: salt
    Fine #2 – Medium #1
    Bosnian / Turkish coffee
    Grind at home Extra fine: powder 
    Extra Fine #1