6 Tricks to Make Morning Coffee

6 Tricks to Make Morning Coffee

If you are someone who doesn’t like going outside because of the Dhaka traffic but still misses the flavor of outside food and coffee, this article is for you. Imagine starting your day with a great cup of coffee which has a fresh aroma and taste as North End or Coffee world. But sometimes, no matter how hard you try, your homemade coffee just doesn’t quite measure up to what you can get at your favorite coffee shop. Luckily, with some tips and tricks, you can level up your coffee game and enjoy a delicious cup of morning coffee without ever leaving your home. Here are six easy ways to make better coffee at home. 

  1. Invest in High-Quality Beans: if you are a coffee-lover, you already would’ve known that the quality of your coffee beans can make a huge difference in the taste of your coffee. I know it is tempting to buy the cheapest beans available, however my suggestion would be to invest in high-quality, freshly roasted beans. High-quality, freshly roasted beans make a huge difference. Look for the beans that have been roasted within the last two weeks, as the flavor will begin to worsen after that. Also, try to buy whole beans rather than pre-ground coffee, as freshly grinding your beans just before brewing will result in a more flavorful cup of coffee.
  1. Use the right amount of coffee: using the right amount of coffee is the key to making a great cup of coffee. A good rule of thumb is to use 16-20 gram coffee for every 210 ML water for two espresso shots. If you want Americano, you just have to add water accordingly.
  1. Use the right water temperature: the ideal water temperature for brewing coffee is 95 degree celsius. If the water is too hot, it can over-extract the coffee and result in a bitter taste. If the water is too cool, it can under-extract the coffee and result in a weak, sour taste. You can use a thermometer to ensure the water is at the right temperature, or you can simply bring the water to a boil and let it cool for 30 seconds to a minute before brewing.
  2. Brew for the Right Amount of Time: The amount of time you brew your coffee can also affect the taste. Typically, brewing for four to five minutes will produce a good cup of coffee. If you’re using a French press or another type of manual brewing method, you can experiment with different brew times to find what works best for you. Just remember that brewing for too long can result in an overly bitter cup, while brewing for too short a time can result in a weak cup.
  3. Clean Your Equipment Regularly: Keeping your coffee equipment clean is essential to making great coffee. Coffee oils and residue can build up over time and affect the flavor of your coffee. Make sure to clean your coffee maker or other equipment after every use, using soap and water or a specialized cleaning solution. You should also deep clean your equipment at least once a month to remove any stubborn buildup.
  4. Experiment with Different Brewing Methods: Finally, don’t be afraid to experiment with different brewing methods to find what works best for you. There are many different ways to make coffee, from a simple drip coffee maker to a fancy espresso machine. Each method produces a different flavor profile, so try a few different ones to see which one you like best. You can also experiment with different types of coffee beans and roasts to find your perfect cup of coffee.

Making great coffee at home doesn’t have to be complicated. By following these simple tips, you can enjoy a delicious cup of coffee without ever leaving your home.