Buy a coffee grinder, and buy whole bean coffee. There is no substitute for the taste of freshly ground beans. If you can’t afford a coffee grinder, you can still buy whole beans. Most supermarkets have grinders that you can use to grind your coffee purchase before you leave the store.
Does working at home give you cabin fever? Coffee can cure that. You can take your laptop or other device that uses WiFi and get some coffee from a coffee house. Restaurants are also good options for escaping the confines of your home office.
If you loved your coffee on ice, try cold-brewing your own coffee concentrated. There are many recipes available online, Most entail mixing a few cups of water into several ounces of ground coffee, allowing the mixture to sit overnight. When the grounds are strained out, you are left with a smooth, rich concentrate that can be diluted with milk or water and ice.
If you must add something creamy to your coffee, consider using real milk instead of whitener. Whitener is a frightening blend of ingredients you can’t pronounce, while milk of any sort – be it cream, homo, 2% or skim – provides protein, vitamin B12 and other great nutrients your body needs.
If you purchase coffee beans, do not store them in their original packaging if it has been opened. Instead, place them in an air-tight container out of direct light. This will help them stay fresher for a much longer time.
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