Yes you can use espresso beans for pour-over coffee.
The beans will need to be ground more finely but other than that the process is the same.
Espresso beans will make a stronger cup of coffee so keep that in mind when brewing.
If you want a weaker cup of coffee simply use fewer grounds.
Can I Make Pour-Over Coffee With Espresso Beans?
Yes you can make pour-over coffee with espresso beans.
The coffee will have a more intense flavor than if made with drip coffee beans so start by using a smaller amount of beans.
Grind the beans finer than you would for drip coffee and use hot water to brew the coffee.
It will take a little longer to brew so be patient.
The final product will be worth it.
Can You Use Espresso Grind For Pour Over?
Yes you can use espresso grind for pour-over coffee.
The ground should be fine but not too fine.
If the grind is too fine the coffee will be over-extracted and taste bitter.
If the grind is too coarse the coffee will be under-extracted and taste weak.
Espresso grind is somewhere in between these two grinds so it should work well for pour-over coffee.
How Do You Make Pour Over Espresso Beans?
Pour over espresso beans can be made by first roasting the beans.
To roast the beans you will need to preheat your oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit.
Then place the beans on a baking sheet and roast them for about 15 minutes.
Once they are roasted let them cool before grinding them.
To grind the beans you will need a coffee grinder.
Set the grinder to a coarse setting and then grind the beans for about 30 seconds.
Once they are ground put them in a filter and place them over your cup.
To brew the coffee boil some water and then pour it over the filter in a circular motion.
Doing this will ensure that all of the grounds are evenly saturated.
After all of the water has been poured over let it drip into your cup for about 2-3 minutes.