So you like your coffee and need it every day, right? But do you really know the art of preparing it in the very best way to preserve its taste and aroma? A lot of people let their coffee stand on the burner for almost an entire day. It’s not really the best approach if you want to have tasty and almost divine coffee served to you with each cup you pour. Coffee is almost like tea. The flavor and aroma is released at a certain temperature, and if you go beyond that or don’t hit it at all, there will always be an aftertaste to it that you won’t ever be able to get rid of. Nah, if you like your coffee, you should just start paying more attention to your coffee brewing and how you store it in order to always have a perfectly brewed cup of coffee.
A mere 5 simple tips will make you a master coffee brewer, and it doesn’t take too much effort either. History has taught us that simplicity is always best, and that is what this infographic from Dunkin’ Donuts is all about. Coffee brewing is an art form just like cooking food or handcrafting an original Star Wars costume. The more attention you spend on it, the better the result will be. It’s just simple like that.
Apparently September 29th was National Coffee Day (I had no idea), but this coffee brewing infographic is definitely something that can be shared all year around because these tips will reinvent your coffee brewing in the simplest of ways. I keep wondering though, is coffee more popular than Coca-Cola, or is it the other way around? Are there more people drinking Coca-Cola than brewing coffee in the world? Does anyone know? It doesn’t have anything to do with coffee brewing, but I thought it was an interesting question that might yield an interesting answer.
How do you prepare your coffee? Do you pay attention to the art of coffee brewing, or are you the average coffee drinker who puts on a huge pot in the morning and drinks from it until around lunchtime? Either way, these 5 simple tips should definitely get your coffee brewing up to par with the best flavor and aroma possible. Oh, and don’t forget, NEVER buy pre-ground coffee. Your coffee will taste infinitely better if you grind the coffee beans right before you start brewing your coffee.
Dunkin’ Donuts’ Coffee Brewing Tips Infographic
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