Coffee: A warm, delicious alternative to hating everybody every morning forever.
Most anyone I know loves a great cup of coffee. But do you know the secret to making THE BEST coffee at home?
I do, and I’m sharing 4 simple steps on how to make Java Momma coffee the best it can be,
There is a ‘golden rule’ when it comes to the proportion of coffee and water.
The recipe is 2 tablespoons of coffee for every 6 fl oz of water.
If you use too few coffee grounds, you will find your coffee to be bitter. Too many coffee grounds and you will not achieve a full-flavored coffee.
Depending on the type of coffee maker you have, experiment with the coffee to water ratios and tweak it until you get it just right.
Your grind will depend on your brewing method. It is best to follow this simple guide when choosing the best grind for your coffee.
Remember that the finer the grind, the shorter the brew time.
Java Momma coffee comes is available in whole bean and 3 grinds. Be sure to choose the correct grind when purchasing!
98% of coffee is water. So the kind of water you are using makes a HUGE difference.
Fresh filtered water will yield the best results. Never use tap water as the hard water deposits will taint your coffee and ruin your coffee maker.
Heat the water to almost boiling will result in the most flavorful cup of coffee.
With Java Momma, you know your coffee is always fresh. The roaster fresh roasts the coffee beans properly cools and packages them, and they arrive at your door ready to be enjoyed.
Did you know that most coffee you buy at the store was roasted over 3 months ago? Yuck!
Keep your Java Momma coffee fresh by keeping it away from heat, light, oxygen, and moisture. Purchasing whole beans then grinding just before brewing will result in the best, most premium cup of coffee.
Need ideas on how to store your Java Momma coffee? Read this helpful guide here.
How do you like to prepare your coffee? Are you curious about Java Momma and the possibilities of having your own coffee direct sales business?
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