Coffee comes from the bean of the coffee plant. That tiny bean has spawned a major industry. Coffee has grown into a phenomenon that does not seem to be slowing down. In order to find and make the perfect coffee, keep reading!
If you don’t want too much sugar in your diet, try Stevia. Stevia is made from plants and its natural sweetness is great for diabetic coffee lovers, or those who are watching their waistline. You can find it in many grocery or health food stores.
When consumed properly, coffee can be a healthy part of a mixed diet. Coffee is not the problem, but adding excessive amounts of sugar and cream can be. Experiment with almond milk combined with honey.
Seal all of your coffee in airtight containers. Oxygen exposure causes coffee to taste awful. Avoid using those square bags with one-way valves since they will not be airtight after their seal is broken. These types of bags are best used when coffee beans need to cool down after they are roasted.
After making coffee, stir it into the pot. Giving it a quick stir helps bring out the coffee’s aroma and flavor. When it’s ready to serve, the coffee will smell better and taste richer.
Don’t grind your coffee beans until just before making a fresh pot of coffee. Coffee beans begins losing its flavor as soon as it is ground. By grinding your coffee well ahead of time, you will find yourself drinking weaker and less flavorful coffee.
Are you sharing coffee with any guests? Try decorating your homemade lattes. You just need a little time to start achieving floral and heart designs that will delight guests. Experiment with milk and melted chocolate to practice techniques.
You now know how to make a great cup of coffee, so enjoy your morning joe! Brew a pot if you have company or enjoy a cup when you are alone. The more you apply these tips, the more enjoyment you’ll get out of your coffee.