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Coffee anyone - how to make a great cup of coffee

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Anyone can make a great cup of coffee. The ingredients as well as the equipment to make it possible aren't that hard to find.

Here are a few tips that people should remember when preparing coffee.

1. The first thing is to buy a good Coffee Maker. They are available in appliance stores, major food stores, even online. Do some research first about the brands to get an idea of the features and benefits, and price of each one.

2. The most important ingredient in making good coffee is the coffee bean. Top recommendation is to buy whole beans so they can be ground just prior to use. This may be tedious but there's a big difference you'll soon appreciate and like.

3. Water that comes out of the faucet or the plastic container has a certain taste. It's influenced by the water supplier's filtration and treatment process that makes it safe for people to drink.

Sometimes traces of the treatment chemicals, like chlorine, can be detected in the brewed coffee. Using distilled bottled water can solve that problem.

4. One way to make coffee taste better is to use stainless steel or gold mesh filters. This is a major improvement from the disposable paper ones that contain bleach, chlorine and dyes that may also affect the flavor. These are quite expensive, but you can still make good coffee using paper filters - buy the kind that are unbleached.

5. A rule of thumb for brewing is that there should be two tablespoons of coffee for every 6 ounces of water. The ground coffee should be spread evenly in the coffee filter.

6. Coffee can be reheated if it gets cold. The best way to do this is by making sure it reaches 175 degrees. Of course, the need for reheating can often be avoided be pouring your hot freshly brewed coffee into a stainless steel Thermos bottle to keep it warm.

7. The coffee pot should be cleaned regularly. Using soap and water can do this but if there are still remnants after washing, use vinegar or baking soda for a complete cleaning (Instructions usually come with the User Manual).

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  • 1. Any One for COFFEE? HOW TO MAKE A GREAT CUP OF COFFEE © RichardPresents.com All Rights Reserved Old School Bldg D1 230 Center St Langhone PA 19047 USA © image RP.com
  • 2. Any One for COFFEE? HOW TO MAKE A GREAT CUP OF COFFEE Anyone can make a great cup of coffee. The ingredients as well as the equipment to make it possible aren't that hard to find. 1. The first thing is to buy a good Coffee Maker. They are available in appliance stores, major food stores, even online. Do some research first about the brands to get an idea of the features and benefits, and price of each one. Here are a few tips that people should remember when preparing coffee
  • 3. Any One for COFFEE? HOW TO MAKE A GREAT CUP OF COFFEE 2. The most important ingredient in making good coffee is the coffee bean. Top recommendation is to buy whole beans so they can be ground just prior to use. This may be tedious but there's a big difference you'll soon appreciate and like. 3. Water that comes out of the faucet or the plastic container has a certain taste. It's influenced by the water supplier's filtration and treatment process that makes it safe for people to drink.
  • 4. Any One for COFFEE? HOW TO MAKE A GREAT CUP OF COFFEE 4. One way to make coffee taste better is to use stainless steel or gold mesh filters. This is a major improvement from the disposable paper ones that contain bleach, chlorine and dyes that may also affect the flavor. 5. A rule of thumb for brewing is that there should be two tablespoons of coffee for every 6 ounces of water. The ground coffee should be spread evenly in the coffee filter. These are quite expensive, but you can still make good coffee using paper filters - buy the kind that are unbleached.
  • 5. Any One for COFFEE? HOW TO MAKE A GREAT CUP OF COFFEE 6. Coffee can be reheated if it gets cold. The best way to do this is by making sure it reaches 175 degrees. Of course, the need for reheating can often be avoided be pouring your hot freshly brewed coffee into a stainless steel Thermos bottle to keep it warm. 7. The coffee pot (and thermos) should be cleaned regularly. Using soap and water can do this but if there are still remnants after washing, use vinegar or baking soda for a complete cleaning (Instructions usually come with the User Manual).
  • 6. Any One for COFFEE? HOW TO MAKE A GREAT CUP OF COFFEE It isn’t that hard to make a good cup of coffee, Right?. It just takes some time to look for a coffee machine and the right beans that will provide the rich taste you enjoy at home. And there's no reason why you can't experiment with your own coffee making at home. All of those flavorful and aromatic ingredients are readily available in local shops and from gourmet sources online. Coffee is one of the most popular drinks of today leading many small business people to capitalize on this by opening up coffee shops with a variety of fancy flavors.
  • 7. Any One for COFFEE? HOW TO MAKE A GREAT CUP OF COFFEE Even though we may hold special memories of percolators, they are not a particularly good way to make a great cup of coffee. In fact many people rank percolator coffee right beside coffee boiled directly in the water! Percolators - Some Of The Basic Problems With Percolator Coffee For starters, the water is overheated. Boiling water simply extracts too many of the unwanted bitter flavors in the coffee and should be avoided if possible (which isn't possible with a percolator). Also the coffee grounds become over extracted by repeatedly passing already brewed coffee back over the grounds. Finally the boiling/percolating action of the liquid tends to release many of the desirable flavors and compounds into the air. While this does produce a wonderful aroma of fresh coffee in the house, it can often lead to flat tasting coffee
  • 8. Any One for COFFEE? HOW TO MAKE A GREAT CUP OF COFFEE Roasting Coffee Beans at Home – Right in your own Kitchen To start roasting coffee beans at home you need to have a roaster or a frying pan. You may also choose to use a popcorn popper for the same purpose. Do ensure that the roasting implement is clean . The best coffee is made from freshly roasted beans especially from those which have been roasted in small batches, as roasted coffee beans are very susceptible to damage from exposure to oxygen. Home roasted coffee always tastes far better than the coffee which has been roasted and stored in stores and cafes for a long time. The taste of coffee beans that you have stored earlier may lose their flavor and aroma.
  • 9. Any One for COFFEE? HOW TO MAKE A GREAT CUP OF COFFEE More Coffee Tips to assure the best flavor and aromatic results. Many suggest buying fresh coffee from a local roaster. A good idea - beginning with your local roaster gives you a couple of advantages. First one is the freshness. You are somewhat guaranteed that what you get is quite fresh since these local roasters roast the coffee in smaller batches which also results in a tastier and more aromatic product. When you buy coffee, make sure that you buy just enough for two weeks at a time. Buying a large stock is not good. At the end of the two weeks, the coffee begins to lose its rich flavor. It doesn't matter whether the beans were roasted locally. Storing them for weeks is never good. Also,stay away from shops that display their coffee in bins. The air that enters the display bins helps quicken the phase of flavor loss.
  • 10. Any One for COFFEE? HOW TO MAKE A GREAT CUP OF COFFEE More Coffee Articles at our ”Coffee Anyone” Website! ● How to Roast Coffee Beans at Home ● How to Make Cappuccino and Latte Coffee ● How to Lose Weight on a Coffee Diet ● Your own Coffee Shop Business How to Turn Your Dream Into a Reality ● Special coffee moments and a clean coffee maker ● 4 Easy Tips for Making Iced Coffee Drinks at Home ● Latte Frothing Basics - How to make Delicious Frothed Milk http://www.123response.com/ar/t.php?id=721 CLICK this Link to Visit the Website © RichardPresents.com All Rights Reserved Old School Bldg D1 230 Center St Langhone PA 19047 USA