Poured to colour or none Milk, Cows or goats or Black
Take your favourite mug and place it on a flat firm surface. Make sure your mug has been cleaned after last use!
Reach for a tea spoon from the draining board or cutlery cupboard.
Fill kettle with 2 mugs worth of cold fresh water from the cold water tap usually located in the kitchen or scullery areas.
Switch on the kettle and depending on it's wattage wait 2,3 or 4 minutes. Note: The higher the wattage stated on the underside of the kettle the quicker the water will boil.
Add sweetening substance. Usually manufactured to granulated form so it falls easily off the spoon. It contains carbon, hydrogen and oxygen and is commonly called sugar. Don't add any if you don't like the taste.
Open the jar by turning off the lid and scoop out one level tea spoons worth of soluble freeze dried coffee and put it into the mug.
Pour in the white liquid milk from the mammary glands of the female cow or goat to just cover the pile of coffee and sugar lying in the bottom of the mug. Or non if black coffee is preferred.
Pour in the freshly boiled chemical substance H20 made up from oxygen and hydrogen to just below the brim of the mug.
Stir with the tea spoon to allow full integration of all chemical compounds.
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