How to make the perfect cup of coffee

In an effort to make coffee a healthier habit, I’ve tried to find out how to make a cup that’s more than just watery, creamy, and sugary.

Read moreHere’s how to get the most out of your coffee. 

I know I’ve talked about how to steep coffee to the desired temperature and brew times and how to prepare the water, so I won’t repeat that here.

But let’s look at the basics. 

The first step in the process is the extraction of coffee grounds. 

This is the process of grinding the coffee into a fine powder and then letting it sit for hours or even days.

This extraction process can be very time-consuming, but it is the most important part of the process.

The coffee should be ground to the exact temperature and time that you want it.

The best way to do this is to have a coffee grinder. 

Here’s a simple coffee grifter you can buy that will grind coffee in less than an hour. 

You’ll need: 1 cup of water (1 cup is perfect) 1 cup coffee grounds (or more) 2 cups of coarsely ground coffee The coffee grating can be done by hand or with a coffee filter.

I prefer the filter method because the grind is much easier to clean. 

1 cup of coarse ground coffee1 cup water The grating should be run through the coffee grater and mixed with the coffee grounds and ground coffee.

You can also use a coffee machine. 

There are many different grinders and filters that can be used, but I personally prefer the manual grinders because they’re less expensive. 

Mixing the coffee and the grounds is done by pressing the coffee powder into the coffee filter with a spatula. 

2 cups of fine ground coffee3 cups of waterMix the coffee with the ground coffee and stir the mixture to combine. 

Add the water and let it sit overnight in the fridge. 

3 cups coarse ground 2 tablespoons of oil (optional)3 cups coffee grounds 2 teaspoons of ground cinnamon 2 sprigs of fresh mint leaves 2 teaspoon of ground nutmeg 2 tablespoon of ground ginger 1 teaspoon of salt 3 tablespoons of fine black coffee powder 1 tablespoon of fine red coffee powder3 tablespoons waterMix all the ingredients in a blender until smooth. 

Fill your coffee mug up to the top with the mixture. 

4 cups coffee Mix the ground powder with the water mixture and pour it into your coffee cup. 

If you have a grinder, you can also grind coffee by hand and pour the coffee mixture into the grinder until the coffee has the desired flavor. 

6 cups coffee Mix the ground cinnamon, ginger, and nutmeg into the ground ground coffee, and then pour it all over the coffee.

 This is how a coffee cup looks like. 

Now that you have the ingredients, let’s make coffee.

To make a coffee, pour all the coffee ground into the bottom of your mug.

Add a teaspoon of oil to the water mix.

Pour in your coffee grounds, and stir to combine the coffee flavor.

Add salt and spices if you’d like.

When you’re ready to drink your coffee, stir the coffee together until the water is smooth and the flavor is smooth. 

 Add a bit of water if needed to keep the water smooth.