Why Coffee Taste Sour Sometimes

By | July 5, 2019

The last thing anyone wants when finally getting to sit down with their favorite cup of coffee is for something to go wrong. It can ruin a person’s morning or day in general when their coffee isn’t up to their usual standards, especially if it results in them not getting their caffeine fix. The most common and predominant… Read More »

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Can You Make Coffee Ahead of Time?

By | July 4, 2019

Everyone has obligations and a hectic schedule that must be attended to – and coffee drinkers are no different. People are busier than ever and that has put a strain on their time management. With the fast pace of modern life, it can seem impossible to squeeze in time to complete even the essentials. And with that in… Read More »

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Can You Boil Down or Reduce Coffee?

By | July 1, 2019

Reducing coffee is a method that isn’t particularly in fashion or a popular way of doing things. Rarely do regular people see much about this in the everyday world because of its infrequent use. Most individuals will be very unlikely to encounter this need often. But some may be curious about how reduction applies to coffee. Reduction and… Read More »

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Does Coffee Concentrate Go Bad?

By | July 3, 2019

Coffee concentrate has become increasingly popular as a direct result of the rise in demand for different types of coffee. It is designed with its own flavor profile in mind that can take any cup of coffee to the next level, the creation from these concentrates being cold brew coffee. Often coffee drinkers love their unique taste and… Read More »

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Why Is A Cup Of Coffee Only 6 Ounces Instead of 8?

By | July 4, 2019

In the business of coffee, there is a set measurement that most people, coffee bean sellers, and coffee machine manufacturers among others adhere to. This is the 6 ounce metric for a cup of coffee that is almost a universally understood agreement across the world. Even if it is not quite set in stone, the unit has found… Read More »

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Can You Make Coffee Less Acidic?

By | June 29, 2019

The Chemistry of Acidity Making your coffee less acidic is a chemistry problem. The idea is to neutralize the acid in the coffee. Calcium is an acid neutralizer. So of course, milk is the ideal substance to neutralize the acid in your coffee. Adding cream or Half and Half to your coffee is the perfect solution to cut… Read More »

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Is Instant Coffee Less Acidic Than Ground Coffee

By | July 1, 2019

Why the Concern About Acidity in Coffee? The acids in coffee are what give coffee part of the flavor and the zing. There are some people who suffer from acid reflux who are also avid coffee drinkers. And sometimes those people suffer from heartburn or acid reflux attacks after their favorite cup in the morning or if they… Read More »

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Does Salt Take the Bitterness Out of Coffee?

By | July 1, 2019

The answer to the question, “Does salt take the bitterness out of coffee?” depends largely on who you ask. There have been experiments completed where some respondents claim that yes, indeed, salt does cut through the bitterness and help to deliver a smoother cup of coffee. And by the same token, there are other participants who say that… Read More »

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How to Make Cheap Coffee Taste Good, Real Good

By | July 4, 2019

We Americans love our coffee. About two-thirds of adults in the U.S. drink coffee every day, according to a recent Gallup poll, with the average coffee drinker consuming about three cups per day. It is a safe bet most people are not giving up their coffee habits any time soon. Many of us are looking for ways to save a little… Read More »

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