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Cinnamon and nutmeg round out the flavor of coffee, softening and smoothing its sharp edges.
 
Always use fresh, cool water and unbleached filters when brewing coffee.
 
Never grind frozen beans. Let them thaw for a minute prior grinding to prevent burning the beans with the grinder.
 
Always use fresh, cool water and unbleached filters when brewing coffee.
 
Fats in full cream milk will mask the subtle flavors of coffee, so use half-fat or low-fat milk whenever possible.
 
When storing coffee, remember that its natural enemies are moisture, air, heat and light. Store whole beans in an airtight container in a cool shady spot on your counter or in the cupboard and you're good to go.
 
Grind your beans just before brewing. Whole beans stay fresher than ground.
 
A coffee bean is a whole lot easier to pick up BEFORE you step on it :-).
 
Never grind frozen beans. Let them thaw for a minute prior grinding to prevent burning the beans with the grinder.
 
Beans CAN be stored in the freezer if they won't be used within a week to ten days, but NOT the refrigerator.
 
Ginger, cardamom, pepper and citrus highlight the sharpness of coffee and heighten its flavor.
 
Cinnamon and nutmeg round out the flavor of coffee, softening and smoothing its sharp edges.
 
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