Whether it’s Jamocha, Expresso, Cappuccino or cafe noir the flavour and taste of coffee continues to be the ultimate obsession! But at the same time, being enslaved with the addictive cup of mocha and quenching your brew temptation in expensive cafes and joints can literally leave you bankrupt. Believe me; making good coffee is not a herculean task. All that you need is the concept, quality and experience. If it still sounds confusing, this is all you need to read.
So let’s give it a start! It’s very important to purchase quality seeds, especially for those who are Columbian blend aficionadas. It hardly matters, whether you crave to have a fresh and delicious one or reuse the one left after the breakfast. It’s your selected beans which ultimately gives you the refreshing treat!
But at the same time, just don’t go for the colour of the beans or the fresh smell of it. Rather, it’s important to purchase only those beans, which have been stored in air tight packages. It is because, the very moment the coffee beans are taken out from the roasters, they lose their flavours and its various subtleties, on account of the exposure with air. You can also judge the quality of the suppliedseeds on the basis of the valve factor.
So, what’s the valve factor? Well, if the coffee bags have just one valve, it’s meant for allowing the gases to go out of the valve and prevents the beans for the exposure with outside air. In the same manner, if you want more taste, just try grounding the beans, manually rather than through any mixer grinder. In case, you don’t have the time to grind the beans by yourself, choose a reliable grinder and always keep it clean. Any kind of deposits on the machine can be easily cleaned with the help of vinegar.
After grinding the beans, make sure that you immediately brew the coffee, otherwise the flavour will be lost. It’s very essential that the grinding should be done in the refined manner and its fineness should be similar to the brewing method which is adopted by you.
At the same time, you should use cold, fresh and clean water for mixing with the coffee. Always avoid the softened or distilled water.
Make sure that the post is warm and clean. As soon, as you brew your cup of coffee, drink it. Make sure that the coffee which you have made is ample for your emergent need. Always remember, nothing tastes better than a fresh cup of coffee. So, do not go for reheating the leftover brewed coffee. It will never taste the same and end up, conferring you with sour and bitter taste.
Lastly, the real taste of good coffee resides in its flavour rather than extra additions of milk, sugar or cream. At the same time, do not have more than two cups of coffee in a day. So relish the taste and have it lingering in your lips, soul and mind.