Making The Best Cup Of Coffee Ever
Do the terms medium blend, dark roast, and french roast? mean anything to you? Do you wonder what the difference is between dairy and non-dairy creamer options? A yes answer to either question indicates you may be a newcomer to the coffee field. However, hope is not lost; this article will provide you with all of the information you need to become a coffee connoisseur.
If you’re worried about your weight or have diabetes, consider adding Stevia to your coffee instead of sugar. Stevia is a herbal plant, and when dried, crumbled and added to coffee, it will add a sweet taste without affecting blood sugar levels or adding extra, unwanted pounds. Most supermarkets and niche health stores offer Stevia.
Are you sharing coffee with any guests? Think about decorating your lattes. A little patience can help you learn simple patterns like flowers and leaves that will impress your guests. Try mixing up melted chocolate and milk and continue to practice each time you brew coffee.
Do not reheat coffee that has been brewed already. While this certainly does not let dangerous fumes into the air, as some have claimed, it does have an effect on taste. Coffee contains certain compounds which can begin to deteriorate just thirty minutes after brewing, particularly of the coffee is heated in a microwave or allowed to remain on a hot burner. Coffees like these taste really bitter and odd, compared to regular.
Does the coffee you make each day in your dripping machine make you happy? If you let your coffee machine heat with just water before making coffee, your coffee will taste better. When you have a pot of water heated up, brew again with coffee grounds. That is a great way to clean the machine, too.
Even if you know next to nothing when it comes to coffee, do not feel discouraged. Coffee can be intimidating, but after you learn a bit about the process, it is not hard to make a good cup. Apply what you’ve learned here, and you’ll be a coffee expert in no time.