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How To: Make a Proper Pot of Coffee

Uploaded by Nategrey on Jan 26, 2005

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Let me just say that I am addicted to coffee. I’ve got to have my daily fix at least several times a day; when I wake up, around lunch, before I go to work. Truth be told, If coffee were booze, I’m pretty sure I’d be a drunk. I don’t know what you might think, but just any coffee isn’t good coffee. Take Starbucks for instance, it smells great, but they brew it so strong that drinking a whole cup can cause your heart to beat a couple seconds fast. I don’t like my coffee to be that strong. After all, drinking a cup of coffee shouldn’t be painful. I like a good robust aroma and a strong distinct flavor. Making descent coffee is a skill that has to be learned and practiced. I guess they just don’t teach very well at Starbucks.

The first thing we need to talk about is the water you’ll put in the pot. I find that six to eight cups is sufficient for just myself. You’ll want to fill the pot to a little over the 8’ marker on the side. Tap water should be fine, but filtered or bottled water will have a better flavor after it heats. Make sure you fill the pot liberally because the heat inside the machine will cause some of the water to evaporate. Remember, we don’t want our coffee to be too strong. Once you’ve filled the pot with water, pour it out into the receptacle at the top of the percolator. Close the coffee maker’s lid and put the pot back into its place.

Above the pot you should find the filter basket. Give it a pull, and the whole basket should come out. I like to rinse the basket out before I make new
coffee, just to get all the old excess out. Take the basket to the sink and run some cold water through it for a couple of seconds. Wipe it out afterward with a paper towel and then bring it back to the counter. Take a paper coffee filter from the pack, and place it in the basket. I like to use the brown non-bleached kind. I think it’s healthier, but any kind will do.

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Uploaded by:   Nategrey

Date:   01/26/2005

Category:   Miscellaneous

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