Make Great Coffee with a Moka Pot

No matter how attached you are to your favorite blend, don’t be afraid to try a new variety. You don’t need to invest in a large bag to try out something new. Almost all brands will offer a single pot or sampler size to allow you to try out new flavors.

If you like a delicate flavor in your coffee, try adding some right to the pot while it’s brewing. A pinch of cinnamon or a few drops of vanilla will add flavor to the brew. Flavoring your coffee this way will keep the flavor from being too overwhelming, and you won’t need cream or milk.

Don’t let your coffee stay on the burner for any longer than 20 minutes after you have made it. By letting it sit there; you will find your coffee to have a harsh taste. Furthermore, leaving it on the burner for too long can burn both the pot and the coffee.

If you are among the people who enjoy iced coffee, there is a way to keep your brew from becoming diluted. Make a pot, allow it to cool. Then, pour it into ice cube trays. Use the frozen coffee to ice your fresh coffee. You will avoid the weak flavor that sometimes accompanies the end of a cup of iced coffee.

If you have a lot of ants in your home, you can use coffee to repel them. Sprinkle dry, used grounds anywhere that you normally see them. You can brew a pot and pour it over any ant holes that you see in your yard and they will go away.

If you are a person who loves to take your time drinking your morning coffee, you may be disappointed by how quickly it cools down. And, leaving the pot on the burner will scald the coffee, ruining its flavor. To keep your java hot, try one of the coffee makers that brew directly into a thermal pot or carafe. These do not use direct heat, so your coffee tastes good even an hour later.

Do not throw away those used coffee grounds once the pot is empty. You can use them to exfoliate your skin. Mix them with a small amount of olive oil and make a scrub for your skin. This will remove any dead skin cells and leave your skin nice and smooth.

Don’t let your coffee just sit there after brewing it. Try to measure out how much you need so that none is left sitting in the pot. Make sure you are drinking it shortly after it is made. Coffee only stays fresh for about ten minutes after brewing. If you let it sit, you aren’t getting the best flavor.

So, now that you know more about the different types of coffee that exist, what do you think of it? Are you willing to try one of the best drinks ever made? Head down to your local market and put this coffee information to use. The perfect cup of coffee awaits you.

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