The temperature of the water used during extraction is a major factor in influencing how bitter (over-cooked) or weak the coffee will taste. Weak coffee can be a result of using water that has cooled too much. The ideal coffee brewing water temperature is around 195-205 degrees or about ~30 seconds off of the boil.
Spices. Adding a pinch of spices to your coffee grounds can take a pot of coffee from bland to share-worthy. Choose from flavor-enhancing options like cinnamon, nutmeg, lavender, cardamom, and more. Trying a variety of spices can help you get creative with your next morning cup of coffee.30-Oct-2017
– Choose quality coffee. Just like any other coffee you buy, not all K-Cups are created equal.
– Use the right water.
– And don’t use too much water.
– Clean your Keurig frequently.
– Replace the filter.
– Add fresh spices.
– Keep it hot.
This is the easiest to do with Keurig K-cafe. Just brew dark roasted k cup using the Shot option, then add cold milk to the frother and press the Latte button. It’s that easy – only 3 steps with any Keurig model. Add your favorite syrup or creamer to make it just how you like it and enjoy it!
When Keurig coffee doesn’t taste good anymore, thoroughly clean the k-cup holder, exit needles, and the area around the holder. If your Keurig coffee tastes burnt or bitter or has an unpleasant aftertaste, oil buildups might be the reason.
Add a pinch of salt A cup of joe from a Keurig can be notoriously bitter. The tiniest bit (seriously, just a pinch) creates a chemical reaction and mellows out the acidity and makes for a noticeably smoother taste.19-Jan-2015
Coffee is a complex system and the temperature of water used during extraction determines how bitter or weak it will taste, which can be caused by using too much or a little water. There are also other factors that can affect flavor, such as adding spices to coffee grounds. The article discusses how to make coffee