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    • Coffee, It’s What’s for Breakfast
    • Every year millions of people wake up to a cupof hot coffee, But I didn’t know there was awrong way to make coffee until our trip to CoastRica
    • 1. The first step in making coffee is to boils some water.2. Second is to let that water cool down a bit because if you pour boiling water onto coffee it will burn it causing it to release the waxes and have a bitter taste.
    • 3. While you are letting the water cool, you can grind your coffee, in doing this you need to get your coffee into a nice powder. So DO NOT use a blade grinder, it will like chucks in your coffee. The best grinder to use is a Burr grinder, these will give you smooth coffee grind.
    • 4. Now it’s time to really make your coffee. If you are using a traditional Coast Rican coffee maker, place two tablespoons of your freshly ground coffee into the drip bag
    • 5. Then place a cup below the drip bag. DO Not forget this step. It will end in a mess.6. Then pour the hot water in the drip bag, into the cup beneath. If you would like a stronger cup of coffee, re-pour the coffee already in the cup through the drip bag.
    • 7. Now you are finished, so sit back, relax, and enjoy a great cup of coffee.