Drip Machine

Classic coffee makers and new auto-pour over machines are a perfect way to brew no matter your skill level or taste preferences. They have a reputation for brewing bad coffee, but it’s not always the machine’s fault.

You should be able to make really good specialty coffee with a drip machine using a couple of secrets:

1. Always use fresh coffee from Haciendo (whole bean/fresh ground, and no more than a couple weeks old if possible)

2. Use filtered water or some sort of good water. This helps with flavor and keeps your machine working well.

3. Use a good ratio (recipe). Most people drop the ball with this method by not using enough ground coffee.

4. Use a spoon to help water distribution or to stir (agitate) the grounds a little bit during the brewing process. Using the right amount of coffee to water means your basket will be pretty full and the water distribution on these type of machines isn’t great.

5. Remove from heat quickly. Keeping the coffee hot or reheating causes chemical reactions that breakdown the complex flavors, so share the pot of coffee with family or friends. When you’re the only coffee drinker, pour the coffee that isn’t being consumed immediately into an insulated carafe if possible.

Our recipe is for a 12-cup coffee maker, but you can easily adjust it for different machines.

  • Ratio

    1:15 Coffee to Water

  • Tools

    Machine, Filter, Scale or Measuring Spoon

  • Coffee

    120 grams (24 Tbsp) medium grind

  • Water

    1800 ml (60 oz) filtered water

  • Process

    Turn on machine, agitate halfway through brewing,
    remove from heat asap

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How Much Coffee Should I Order?

Our whole bean coffees come in 12 oz bags. Brewing methods, cup size, and preference all will affect how far it will go, but a 12 oz bag should be about a two-week supply for 1-2 coffee drinkers. You can always increase, decrease, or pause your subscription if needed.

Keep in mind, you want your coffee to be fresh, so don’t order too many bags at once. It’s best to keep your order spaced out so we can deliver you the freshest and best tasting coffee.

One 12 oz Bag Is:


per whole oz


6 fl oz cups


per 6 fl oz cup