How does a percolator know when to stop perking?

Smaller grind sizeHotter water (c° increments up to 98C)Longer brew time (15s increments)Smaller dose (1g increments)

Does a percolator make good coffee?

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What kind of Coffee do you use in a percolator?

Colombian Coffee. The full-bodied taste of Columbian coffee goes well with a percolator.Indonesian Coffee. Indonesia is also known for its full-bodied coffee, which makes it another excellent choice for a percolator.Ethiopian Coffee. Ethiopia also makes delicious coffee for percolators.Guatemala.Peruvian Coffee.

How much coffee to use in a percolator?

Percolators generally utilize one tablespoon of ground coffee for every cup or 5 ounces of water. The only difference is that you will be using a coarse grind. If you grind it too finely, you will get grinds in your coffee.