5 Tips for Making a Great Coffee At Home

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Making a great coffee at home is not hard at all, if you know the basic rules of it. This article will give you a few tips that you could follow in order to enjoy an awesome morning coffee each and …

Making a great coffee at home is not hard at all, if you know the basic rules of it. This article will give you a few tips that you could follow in order to enjoy an awesome morning coffee each and every time.

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  • 1. 5 Tips for Making a Great Coffee At Home
  • 2. Making a great coffee at home is not hard at all, if you know the basic rules of it. This article will give you a few tips that you could follow in order to enjoy an awesome morning coffee each and every time. More info on: http://australianorganiccoffee.com/byron-bay-coffee
  • 3. 1. Water temperature The water temperature for making the perfect coffee should be between 195 and 202 degrees. If the water is too hot, it may give a sour taste to the coffee. If it is not hot enough, the coffee won't get the necessary strength, therefore it will rather taste and feel like tea. More info on: http://australianorganiccoffee.com/byron-bay-coffee
  • 4. 2. The right grinds size You should always use the grind size that's suitable for your coffee making device. For best results, the grind should be uniform. More info on: http://australianorganiccoffee.com/byron-bay-coffee
  • 5. 3. Good quality coffee beans You have probably heard of the GI-GO effect, but if you didn't find out that it stands for "garbage in - garbage out". This means that if you buy low quality coffee beans, you can't expect to turn them into an excellent coffee because it simply isn't possible. More info on: http://australianorganiccoffee.com/byron-bay-coffee
  • 6. 4. Proper storage Coffee should be stored in airtight containers and kept in a cool and dry place. Don't expose it to direct sunlight and never attempt to freeze the beans. More info on: http://australianorganiccoffee.com/byron-bay-coffee
  • 7. 5. The correct coffee - water ratio It's best to maintain what's called "The Golden Ratio", which means you need to use 17.42 units of ground coffee for each unit of water. However, you can try your own ratios and stick to whatever you like most. More info on: http://australianorganiccoffee.com/byron-bay-coffee
  • 8. If you use a French press to make your coffee, the ideal time coffee should be in contact with the water is 4 minutes. Again, make sure the water isn't boiling when you pour it over the coffee, because it will change its taste and flavor. More info on: http://australianorganiccoffee.com/byron-bay-coffee
  • 9. Use a quality grinder and coffee make, otherwise you won't be able to obtain consistency. Consistency is important when we talk about coffee, because we do want it to taste and feel the same every time we prepare it. More info on: http://australianorganiccoffee.com/byron-bay-coffee
  • 10. Adjustments are key to a perfect brew, so don't be afraid to experiment until you find your golden rule for preparing the perfect coffee at home. Only variety one parameter at a time, though, so that you can have control over your experiments and a way of tracking the results. More info on: http://australianorganiccoffee.com/byron-bay-coffee