5 Artful Ways to Make your Coffee Taste Even Better

People all over the world drink about 2.25 billion cups of coffee every day. But you probably already know that! Of course you do, because coffee facts are actually a regular thing to talk about on our blog.

Today we’re changing the perspective a bit, though. Over the last few years people (mostly in restaurants or cafeterias) have started to rush though the coffee making process. This ends up in a rather tasteless, watery and who-knows-what-it-contains drink!

We suggest you try these 5 clever ways to make your coffee the best thing you can have at any time of the day:

  1. If you really want to be a master coffee maker, be sure to stick to the standard rule. Always sip one tablespoon of coffee ground to each 180ml of water.
  2. Another thing you might try is mix ½ teaspoon of sugar with coffee. But first, heat the spoon for a while so that the sugar caramelizes. Then add it to the drink and you’ll be amazed by how wonderful your coffee will taste!
  3. Do you often happen to find sediments in your cup of coffee? We bet you do! In order to get rid of that problem, next time you may add a teaspoon of cold water in your coffee pot. After no more than 30 seconds the coffee grounds will sink to the bottom.
  4. By the way, the all-time favorite drink turns fantastic when combined with some herbs. You can add a pinch of cardamom, ginger, nutmeg or the classic cinnamon stick. In the future we’ll prepare a special article just for coffee with herbs!
  5. What’s more, if you drop 2-3 small salt crystals in coffee, this will make the flavors much more intensive. Plus, it will most likely make the taste lighter.
coffee with herbs

To finish things up, how about you get down to work and “cook” a quick and easy flavorful herbal coffee?! Let’s get started:

8 cups of coffee

1/3 cup sugar

¼ cup chocolate syrup

½ tsp anise extract

4x cinnamon sticks

1tsp clove

Boil the coffee together with the sugar, chocolate syrup and anise. Be sure to do this at low heat.

In the meantime, place the cinnamon sticks and the cloves in a cloth. Then drop it in the liquid so that the herbs sink down. Let it boil for about 1 hour or so.

After this time, leave the coffee aside for 10 minutes and then throw the ‘herbal cloth’ away.

Serve in small coffee cups with a cinnamon stick in each of them. You can always garnish with some cookies for an extra pleasure!

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