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More Caffeine Please!

Caffeine caffeine caffeine, the most used drug worldwide. Do you know what brew produces the HIGHEST amount of caffeine? The answer may actually shock you.  Most people would think, duh it's espresso (it's not)! Espresso is a dark roast with robust flavor and is the typical choice when you want to power through your day. Sorry, let's try again! You would think drip brewing (your at-home coffeemaker)  would produce a decent amount of caffeine, it does alright but not enough! Pour over coffee, is similar to the drip method but the water moves a little slower through the grounds. A little better with caffeine production, but still not enough.  Ah the beloved French Press! The water and coffee grounds are in...

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Fresh Coffee Anyone?

Are you a person who brews a whole damn pot of coffee? If so, how long does your brewed coffee stay fresh? Once you brew your coffee, it only stays fresh for about 20 minutes. If you're guzzling down the entire pot of coffee in 20 minutes, no worries about the freshness. If not? Store the remaining coffee in a thermos or carafe.  Honestly, just cut back to a single serve portion of coffee. Don't compromise the flavor of your coffee by brewing fresh coffee on top of your old ass coffee. Grab a reusable coffee pod and enjoy a fresh cup of coffee. 

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3 Easy Alcoholic Coffee Cocktails

It's the coffee and liquor for me!!! Coffee cocktails are perfect for brunch and after dinner drinks (or anytime tbh). Try these 3 easy cocktail recipes below and let us know which one is your fav. Café Caribbean  Ingredients:  1 oz. Rum  1/2 oz. Amaretto  6 oz. Hot, Black Coffee Whipped Cream and Shaved Almonds for Garnish (optional)  Directions: Pour the rum and amaretto into a heated glass mug. Fill with hot coffee. Garnish with whipped cream and shaved almonds. Irish Winter Ingredients:  1 1/2 oz. Irish Whiskey  3/4 oz. Coffee Liqueur 3/4 oz. Irish Cream Liqueur 4 oz. Freshly Brewed Coffee Whipped Cream for garnish (optional) DirectionsIn a warm mug or glass, pour Irish whiskey, coffee liqueur and Irish cream liqueur. Then add the freshly brewed coffee,...

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