Making the perfect cup of coffee…

Sure, here are some instructions for making the perfect cup of coffee:

  1. Choose good quality coffee beans: Start with fresh and high-quality coffee beans. Look for beans that are roasted recently and have a rich aroma.
  2. Grind the beans: Grind the coffee beans just before you’re ready to brew. Choose the right grind size based on your brewing method, such as coarse for a French press, medium for a drip coffee maker, and fine for an espresso machine.
  3. Measure the coffee: Use a coffee scoop or a kitchen scale to measure the coffee. A good rule of thumb is to use 1-2 tablespoons of coffee per 6 ounces of water.
  4. Heat the water: Boil fresh, cold water and let it cool for a minute before brewing. The ideal brewing temperature is between 195-205°F.
  5. Brew the coffee: Place the ground coffee in your brewing device and pour hot water over it. Let it steep for 4-5 minutes and then strain or press the coffee to separate the grounds.
  6. Serve and enjoy: Pour your coffee into a mug and add any desired cream or sugar. Take a sip and enjoy the perfect cup of coffee!

Remember, the perfect cup of coffee is a matter of personal preference, so feel free to adjust the measurements and brewing time to suit your taste.


Published by Patty Gordon

I’m Patty Gordon, a 40+ year old school lunch lady married to a crane mechanic. Our days are anything but normal as he works “construction worker hours” and I take care of our two elementary school aged kids, Chihuahua Mr Biggs, Pitbull Cali, and French Bulldog MooMoo. I blogged a few years ago under different names but have landed with the name this time around. The term 365MomMe comes from the idea that I’m a mom and I’m me 365 days a year. Kids call me Mommy but I see myself as MomMe.

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