When the coffee is finished - some clever tricks

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my site more about coffee mug tree today.There are several things you can do after the coffee is ready to make it taste even better. Here we give you some great tips.

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Stir the pot

After the coffee is served and you will touch it. This is important because the first 40% of the water hitting the coffee, pull up with 80% of flavorings. The last of the coffee flowing into the jug will be weaker, and it remains at the top of the container. If not done, the first serving get weak coffee, and the last too strong.

Mix the coffee urn in the machine
Have urn maker with tap must also ensure that the coffee is properly mixed. Once the coffee is brewed done, drain the third of the coffee and turn it into the container again. Then the strong and the weak coffee blended well. Never pour the coffee through the coffee filter again.

Make it a habit to remove the filter and coffee grounds once the coffee is brewed finished.

Preheat the thermos jug first!

Pour hot water into the jug and leave it a bit.

Tuesday, 4 February 2014

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Tuesday, 31 December 2013

Skewers with Coffee

2 lb beef tenderloin
4 tablespoons oil
3 tablespoons mustard
4 tablespoons soy sauce
½ cup of brewed coffee
pepper to taste
salt to taste
Split the meat into cubes. Mix oil, mustard, soy sauce and lines up the meat with this mixture, let stand 1 hour minimum. Drain meat and assemble the skewers on wooden sticks, roast in a large skillet or on a griddle, turning to cook. Enter the marinade that was left of the meat, coffee, salt and pepper. Remove the skewers. Let reduce slightly to thicken the sauce and serve with the skewers.