Do not keep your coffee in the refrigerator unless it is in a container that is absolutely airtight. This is important because moisture can cause coffee to become moldy. It is best to keep your coffee in the cabinet where it will stay warm, dry and at its best quality.
As pricey as it can be, treat yourself to some coffee from a store once in awhile. Specialty coffee houses offer many great extras in their coffee. Whipped cream, chocolate curls and frothy espresso are some examples.
Do not freeze all of your coffee in one large container. This is a good way for your coffee to become spoiled easily. Every time you thaw out coffee, it will have some moisture in it. Refreezing it constantly will kill the quality. Use small storage bags to freeze it in batches.
Stir your coffee in the pot after brewing for a better taste. Just a quick stir can really bring out coffee’s aroma and flavor. The coffee will be served with a more robust and richer taste.
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.
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