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5 Tricks for Making Perfect Coffee You’ll Wish You Knew All Along




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    If you’re going to invest in any home brewing coffee equipment, the best place to spend is on a good grinder. Coffee tastes best just after it’s been ground, so for the best flavours, freshly grinding whole beans is how you’re going to perfect your coffee at home.

      Good beans paired with the right roasting method can equal an amazing cup of coffee. And while it seems like a simple task, just like a fine wine needs a highly trained vinter, you need a coffee master skilled at roasting and blending beans for the optimal flavor profile.

    as a general rule, I recommend about 15 grams (1 tablespoon) of ground coffee per 8-ounce cup of coffee. For 4 cups of coffee, that's about 60 grams (4 tablespoons) of ground coffee.