Friday, February 02, 2007

Tips For Brewing Better Coffee

If you're like me, you enjoy a good cup of coffee every morning. But I must admit, I still have trouble making a perfect pot of coffee every time. Sometimes it's too strong and other times it's too weak. has a neat article providing tips on how to brew better coffee. Here are some of their tips:
  • Coffee should be stored in an opaque, airtight ceramic or glass container and not refrigerated or frozen. The moisture of the refrigerator or freezer will deteriorate your coffee.
  • A good rule of thumb for making coffee is two rounded tablespoons of coffee per cup of water.
  • The optimal water temperature for brewing coffee is 92 - 96 degrees.
  • After coffee is brewed, the filter should be removed immediately. The coffee that continues to drip from the filter will be bitter and can ruin your fresh pot of coffee.
These are just a few of their tips. To read them all, please go to this page on

Good luck and make it a great day!


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