Coffee helps us get through the day. I personally can’t work or function properly before my morning cup. But to be honest, the best coffees can be expensive and hard to find. That’s why we have searched the internet for five hacks that will improve your barista skills and get more delicious results. For example, you can try adding salt. One of the most common complaints coffee haters have is its bitter flavor, and to be honest, it can sometimes be too much. Did you know that adding salt to your coffee ground can help it taste less bitter? You should try it next time you brew.
Mix Coffee Grounds With Spices
If you notice that your coffee is beginning to lose its freshness and flavor, don’t worry. You can use it to try combinations with different spices. You can try giving it more flavor with cinnamon, cloves, or nutmeg. You can also try mixing them up until you find your favorite flavor. You can have fun finding different combinations that suit your taste. It’s another way of trying new stuff.
Blend Butter Into Coffee
If you have the time you can create Bulletproof coffee using grass-fed butter. It isn’t that hard to find and if you can get your hands on it, you can add it to your blend and create a fatty and filling drink. It really complements the flavour of the drink and you end up with a more complete experience.
Stop Sweetening With Sugar
Refined sugar can be bad for you, even more, if you mix it with the caffeine from the coffee you prepare. Luckily, there are alternatives, you can use cocoa or cinnamon to also add flavor, or even use honey and milk in small amounts. If you think about it, there is no reason to just make your coffee sweeter if you are not adding any other flavor into the mix.
Clean Your Equipment
Whether you use a machine or a French press, you should make sure to keep everything clean. You won’t believe how much dirty equipment can affect the taste of your coffee, so make sure that everything is squeaky clean. Try it and you will see how much purer and cleaner your next coffee will be. You can try making a before and after batch to compare and see how much it affects it.