Best Ways to Drink coffee


Have it by itself

If you’re at home, use a stovetop machine and press the filter hard against the filter. This will deliver the proper stimulant as well as taste. Remember that every coffee has an appropriate brewing type for itself. For example, a Pike Place Blend tastes perfect when brewed like espresso, but awful as a drip. To appreciate coffee for what it is, avoid covering it up with things like milk, sugar, and foam.

Written by Virginia Herman
2 weeks ago

Know your limits

I’ll just go ahead and say it, the best way to drink coffee is to avoid drinking too much. While coffee is healthy, but only when the intake is in moderate amounts. Health experts recommend not exceeding 1.1 mg of coffee for each pound of your body weight per day. Also, if you’re struggling with getting proper sleep, it’s likely that untimely intake of caffeine will have an adverse effect on you. In that case, avoid coffee with caffeine after 2 PM.

Written by Holly Graves
3 months ago

Time is of the essence

Coffee comes in so many different forms and flavors that it is very natural to get confused about which is the best way. Or at least the ideal way. If you’re on a rush, you can always prepare yourself an instant coffee and dash out the door. Besides, cappuccino is a morning drink while double espresso is for after dinner. Another thing to keep in mind, do not load your coffee with sugar. It can prove to be counterintuitive. 

Written by Bruce Murray
5 months ago

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