I am strugling to make good one at work.
Lets see your methods guys and girls.
Its not the best, but I use the Folger's bags. They are kind of like tea bags... The coffee grounds are inside (they are real grounds, not instant) and the "tea" bag acts like a coffee filter. You just fill up your cup w/ hot water, and dunk the bag up and down. We're not allowed to have coffee makers at work, and the cafeteria coffee is overpriced and not so hot. But, we do have water coolers w/ hot water, so this has worked out well for me.
Bwahahahahaha....this is a gem I missed in the forum!
Are you writing an article on how to make cups of tea or coffee?
Did you manage to find out some expert tips on the subject?
I drink coffee everyday but I am not a tea lover. I use the Maxwell brand and add flavored honey instead of sugar. Honey is good for diabetic people. Just don't use too much.
I hope you will also like it. Have a great week!
Well it must be perked. Use 100% Colombian coffee the 8 o'clock brand is best! Buy the whole beans and grind them yourself before you perk them. I use an electro perk pot which works really well and prevents you from over cooking. If you can use filtered water too and pour it as soon as it's done perking. Drink it back to really relish the flavor... cream and sugar are pollutants!
If you like tea, then how about a stainless steel tea infuser and some loose leaf tea?
French coffee press. French roast, freshly ground, for me!
if available to you buy scottish blend tea bags, one bag per cup, add hot water first and let it brew then put in a good amount of milk and two sugars for a brilliant cup of tea. As for coffee it really depends on how strong you like it. I like to use hot lava java with our coffee machine. It's really strong and makes your eyes go *ping!* in the morning
Having spent many years in Italy, I no longer like any kind of regular coffee. I use an espresso stove top maker with Italian espresso. I heat milk in a hand pumped foamer and make an old fashioned cappuccino. This is a treat.
I have herb tea at night. The best is from loose tea simmered in a tea pot and strained or with the one cup strainer that sits with the loose tea in a cup that you pour boiling water over. (more mileage out of the pot though) I am trying to drink less coffee and buy more local products with in my zone to honor the slow moving movement of eco-friendly practices. I don't really drink milk either. I use soy or almond milk. Like I said the cappuccino is a treat. If I order out I always order a double soy latte (12 oz). A double latte tastes like a cappuccino but there is more to drink which is nice socially if you ordered out to hang with someone. In Italy it's too sips and were off!
1. I boil the jug. We are having a bad ant problem at the moment so I make sure there are no ants floating in the jug first.
2. Pour in cup
3. Add 3 sugars
4. Top with milk.
Never use oiling water for tea or coffee. Let it go off the boil before pouring. Boiled water makes you coffee bitter. That's why Turkish coffee has so much sugar in it.
Depends what kind of tea you are making, but my favorite to make is Sun Tea.
You'll need a clear glass jar. Fill the jar with cold water. Add tea bags. Each tea bag is equal to 1 cup of tea. Close the jar and set out in the sun. Check it in about an hour. (I normally leave mine out for about 4-5 hours, but it really depends on the strength you like). Pour over ice and enjoy.
Simple and easy to put in a thermos to take to work
I find a good brand of Darjeeling to be the best all-rounder tea. Depending on how I'm feeling, I have it strong with milk or weaker without milk. Leaving out the milk really helps the flavour to come through.
I love a decent coffee, but drink so much during the day that instant is the only practical option. When I do have time to indulge, I love Greek/Turkish coffee prepared in a traditional briki. I found some Turkish coffee with added cardomom; fantastic!
Mostly, I drink tea and coffee without sugar and find it tastes better that way. The only exceptions are that I do add a quarter teaspoon of sugar to Turkish coffee or strong espresso to take off the edge, and I do occasionally enjoy a gingerbread latte, which of course uses syrup to give the flavour.
Well , I am an Indian ,and am a coffee lover too..but we have our different ways of making coffee and tea..
I hope if you try this TEA ,you would really like it..
Take one cup of water add crushed ginger in it with all its juice( believe me it gives it the best flavour)..it shouldn ot be very much just like a size of a peanut.let it boil,then ad your tea leaves (out of the tea bag)into the wayer.I use open tea ,either Red label,darjeeling tea which you get in Indian stores. Then add some sugar according to tatse let it boil for a min,add milk,I add lots of milk to make it thick not watery ,I like milk tea,then add some cardamom powder and boil for 3 min.Its ready.I bet you will love it..
For Coffee:(for 2 cups)
I take 2 spoons of Coffee powder(I use Nescafe) and 3 spoon sugar..add 2 spoon of milk in it and blend it with hand in the cup as you mix it..If dry mix lil more milk.we are making a thick paste..keep mixing it until it gives you light brown colour and starts smelling good.Boil 2 cups of milk.take milk into a jar add coffeee sugar paste and pour it other jar and back into the first one, so that you create foam,it would take just 3 or 4 times.Pour in a cup,sprinkle some choc powder or cocoa or even left coffee paste...and drinkkk...yummy..you can also add cream over it..
This the typical Indian coffee..try it and lemme know if somebody likes it..
Being English/Irish my tea preference is a little boring compared to some other post here, to hell with it though! Here's my perfect cup of tea.
One Teabag in a cup of boiled water, stir, squeeze a little, stir again, and leave for 2 minutes.
Stir some more, squeeze some more, and remove the teabag
Add milk to taste (for me, just enough to give it the colour of wet sand)
Serve, and enter my tea heaven!
Only Irish coffee provides in a single glass all four essential food groups: alcohol, caffeine, sugar and fat...
My best tea would be:
1. Boil water in a water boiler.
2. Add the boiling water to a cup with a tea bag and 2 tsp. of sugar.
3. Let it stay for 5 minutes and then get off the tea bag out of the tea cup.
4. Add fresh milk. That´s it.
I am not a coffee lover and I only drink green tea without sugar and milk so:
1. Take boiling water.
2. Put the tea bags into the hot water.
3. Add sugar if you want.
by Elizabeth 6 years ago
Do you drink your tea with the tea bag in, or out?What else do you put it in,honey,sugar,lemon? Do you have a special tea pot with tea cups?
by Naoyuki 7 years ago
What kind of coffee do you like? How do you brew your coffee? drip coffee? espresso machine? percolator? syphon coffee?What machine do you use?How many cups do you drink a day?My answer:I drink home roasted, home brewed cappuccino and espresso and occasional lattes.I have an expobar leva...
by ngureco 8 years ago
How To Make Coffee Drinks At Home
by SJ Rose 2 years ago
What's in your cup...Tea or Coffee?Are you more of a coffee drinker or a tea drinker?
by Rajan Singh Jolly 7 years ago
Should tea be drunk with or without milk and why?
by Anastasia Kingsley 6 years ago
What is the best way to make a perfect cup of warm and foamy cappuccino?Step by step...
Copyright © 2019 HubPages Inc. and respective owners. Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners. HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc. HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.
HubPages Inc, a part of Maven Inc.
|HubPages Device ID||This is used to identify particular browsers or devices when the access the service, and is used for security reasons.|
|Login||This is necessary to sign in to the HubPages Service.|
|HubPages Traffic Pixel||This is used to collect data on traffic to articles and other pages on our site. Unless you are signed in to a HubPages account, all personally identifiable information is anonymized.|
|Remarketing Pixels||We may use remarketing pixels from advertising networks such as Google AdWords, Bing Ads, and Facebook in order to advertise the HubPages Service to people that have visited our sites.|
|Conversion Tracking Pixels||We may use conversion tracking pixels from advertising networks such as Google AdWords, Bing Ads, and Facebook in order to identify when an advertisement has successfully resulted in the desired action, such as signing up for the HubPages Service or publishing an article on the HubPages Service.|