5 Delicious Ways to Make Your Morning Coffee Routine More Exciting

5 Delicious Ways to Make Your Morning Coffee Routine More Exciting


Hello, fellow coffee drinkers! If you’re like me, you love coffee and enjoy drinking it every morning. But if you feel like your daily cup of joe could use a little more excitement, I’ve got the perfect solution for you: Try new recipes and brewing methods that’ll make your routine more exciting without changing what makes coffee so great in the first place. In this article, we’ll go over some tips to upgrade your morning routine without having to buy special equipment or craft a whole new recipe from scratch.

Buy pre-ground coffee.

If you’re looking for convenience, pre-ground coffee is the way to go. It’s easy to find in grocery stores and coffee shops alike, so you can grab a bag on your way out the door without any hassle. The only downside is that it’s usually more expensive than whole-bean coffee–but if your budget allows, it might be worth the splurge.

If you’re worried about quality and freshness (as many people are), then buying pre-ground may not be right for you. Whole beans are generally fresher because they don’t have time to sit around waiting for someone else to buy them before they get roasted and ground up into deliciousness! If this sounds like something that would upset your stomach, stick with whole beans instead of pre-ground ones until further notice–you’ll thank yourself later when nothing goes wrong during those early morning hours before work or school starts up again after winter break ends.”

Make your own milk substitutes.

If you’re like me, you’ve probably already tried all of the different types of milk substitutes. I’ve been drinking almond and coconut milk for years now but recently discovered that soy and hemp are also great options. Oat and rice milk are more common than they used to be–and hazelnut is another option that I’ve never tried yet but am excited about!

Experiment with different roasts.

In the world of coffee, there is a scale that determines how light or dark a roast will be. The roast level is measured on a scale of 1-10.

The lighter roasts have less caffeine and more acidity, while the darker ones have more caffeine and less acidity. So if you’re looking for something lighter in flavor and lower in caffeine content, try brewing coffee with an 8 or 9 roast level; if you want more body and strength from your coffee (with less acidity), go for a 7 or 6–or even 5 if you want something super strong!

Try cold brew coffee, which is brewed overnight at room temperature to reduce bitterness and acidity, resulting in a smoother tasting cup of joe that can be enjoyed any time of day.

Cold brew coffee is a different brewing process that results in a smoother-tasting cup of joe. Cold brew coffee can be enjoyed at any time of day, but it’s particularly nice to sip on in the morning as you start your day.

Because cold brew coffee is made with room temperature water instead of boiling hot water, it doesn’t have as much acidity or bitterness–two things that make regular old coffee taste so harsh! This means you get all the benefits of drinking something caffeinated without feeling like you just ate sandpaper for breakfast (a feeling I’m sure we’ve all had).

Go for a pour-over brew instead of a drip machine or single-serve brewer.

Pour over is a manual brewing technique that you can use to make cold brew coffee. It’s a slower process than using a drip machine or single-serve brewer, but it can also be more rewarding.

If you’re looking for something different than your usual morning routine, try pouring some hot water over ground beans instead of just pressing a button on your Keurig machine. You’ll find yourself enjoying the process more than ever before–and maybe even feeling like you’ve earned your cup of joe!

You can upgrade your morning routine with these simple changes!

You can upgrade your morning routine with these simple changes!

  • You can make your own milk substitutes. If you’re not a fan of the taste or texture of dairy, there’s no need to give up on coffee altogether. There are plenty of plant-based options out there that will add creaminess and sweetness without the lactose–you just have to know where to look. Try coconut milk, almond milk, soy milk, or cashew cream (a new favorite). And if you’re worried about how long it’ll last in the fridge? All those milk comes shelf stable for at least two weeks after opening so no need for concern!
  • Experiment with different roasts: Light roasts tend toward milder flavors while darker roasts pack more punch but aren’t necessarily bitter either–it all depends on how much time has passed since roasted beans were ground up into powder form! The longer they sit around before being brewed up into liquid form means more flavor development too so don’t be afraid if something tastes weird at first sip; keep experimenting until finding one that suits both palates perfectly.”


I hope this article has inspired you to try out some new coffee brewing methods and enjoy your morning caffeine fix in a whole new way. Whether it’s trying out a pour-over brewer or making your own milk substitutes, there are so many ways to make your routine more exciting! And if all else fails, remember that there’s always cold brew on hand–which is great for those hot summer days when you don’t want anything too hot or sweet anyway.

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