The Perfect Cup of Coffee

Leroy Lang/ November 8, 2014/ Fraction/ 0 comments

I wouldn’t call myself a connoisseur of any sort but I do like to consider myself an individual who is well versed, thanks to experience, in the ways of coffee. I’ve drank a lot of it you see, a whole lot. My parents started to give me a cup of coffee every morning before school due to my grumpy attitude whenever they tried to wake up. Nothing seemed to work until they put that first cup in front of me one wonderful day. Now, as an adult, I enjoy these myself- click here to get your beans delivered – from Central Coast Coffee.

Now, I’m no bean expert. Like I said, I’m merely well versed in the way of a good cup of coffee. What I have discovered is that beans are what help define the robustness of a cup of coffee. I want to taste my coffee and not just the milk or sugar that is typically piled into a traditional cup. I want to taste the caffeine! I need to know that what I’m drinking is going to kick my brain into overdrive for the day. When I smell that cup, I want to taste it with my nose.

A good cup is going to smell as strong as it tastes. The aroma alone should be robust enough to wake you up in the morning which means you’re going to need some serious beans to get the job done. They’re more expensive but worth every single dollar. Buying in bulk is the best way to spend your money when shopping for coffee beans. Also, make sure you have a decent grinder so you can experiment with your own brews – this is how I’ve managed to refine the perfect cup of coffee for myself over the years that gets me moving in the morning.

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