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Published on the April 1. 2017 by Jodi M.

If getting some coffee while drinking it is on the top of your list of plans for today, then don’t let this post discourage you from following through. This is just how I am and it works for me on a daily basis.

After taking up coffee as a hobby to fuel my daily routine, I quickly found that I often had a hard time making up my mind in what to have. Having lived alone for many years with my two small dogs and very few places to call home, I have learned that the right way of preparing and drinking coffee is essential to keeping my blood pressure under control. So, when I decided to expand my world as a coffee junkie, I did it one small step at a time. And that way of living has slowly shaped who I am. As in how I like to live in general.

When I decide to order coffee I always go through my own research first. Sometimes that means using a friend's recommendation or a google search. And of course, when I really want to, I do a bit of thinking about my preference for coffee and then pick a good local shop.




Try different things


It has been quite an enlightening experience experimenting with different coffee flavours for myself this year. I started off with the black tea variant and by the time I made my way through every different variation – and even some I didn’t – I realised there were too many to choose from. How to decide which one I want in particular and to be more selective in the future? Well, it came about due to the simple fact that all of them are good at the same time. They’re just ‘different’.

In fact, so ‘different’ that no one could say they like the same flavours (and neither could me!) that made my quest for the perfect coffee a bit of a challenge, when at first I thought I was just going to start out from the beginning. I started from basics by having a couple of cups of coffee per day to try out different combinations of flavours. This led me to make my own blends and I used it as an excuse to try new things in all forms of coffee. Like for example, I started out with a single shot of espresso, after that different single origin coffees, eventually I moved on to making a blended coffee and eventually a single origin


Try different things

Try different things

It has been quite an enlightening experience experimenting with different coffee flavours for myself this year. I started off with the black tea variant and by the time I made my way through every different variation – and even some I didn’t – I realised there were too many to choose from. How to decide which one I want in particular and to be more selective in the future? Well, it came about due to the simple fact that all of them are good at the same time. They’re just ‘different’.

In fact, so ‘different’ that no one could say they like the same flavours (and neither could me!) that made my quest for the perfect coffee a bit of a challenge, when at first I thought I was just going to start out from the beginning. I started from basics by having a couple of cups of coffee per day to try out different combinations of flavours. This led me to make my own blends and I used it as an excuse to try new things in all forms of coffee. Like for example, I started out with a single shot of espresso, after that different single origin coffees, eventually I moved on to making a blended coffee and eventually a single origin

Enjoy your coffee

Enjoy your coffee the best way

Do you want the best cup but don't know how to enjoy it the most optimal way? If you're one of these individuals we are happy to have the following tips on how to order coffee the best.

It makes no sense ordering coffee without having the best method on the market to make it. So let's get to know it.

Ordering coffee the best way

Many coffee houses offer a free sample for their guests to taste.

While the majority of people like to try a sample of freshly roasted coffee beans or freshly ground beans from a coffee brand, in many cases the sample is already prepared by the coffee brand itself.

The coffee is already mixed with sugar and other ingredients like caramel, milk, milk chocolate or vanilla.

You can also try a different roast of coffee beans, like a French roast coffee.

Some coffee houses also offer coffees pre-blended and pre-ground.

You can also buy coffee capsules which are pre-filled with coffee beans and ready to be used.

If you're not quite sure what you might like, then contact these guys for a recommendation - pureroasters.com.

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