Even if you're a fan of cold brew, there's nothing tempting about a cup of hot coffee gone cold. But hectic mornings, unreliable travel mugs, and chilly temperatures can mix to leave your morning cuppa joe tepid and unappetizing. If you drink coffee with cream, you might be tempted to put off adding that cream until the last minute to keep it hot for as long as possible. According to physics, though, that's the opposite of what you want to do. Coffee with cream stays hotter longer.
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Why You Should Never Pour Coffee Before It's Done Brewing
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Drip your coffee into separate cups to isolate the different characteristics of your brew. 00:30
The first cup will showcase the coffee's acidity and should taste sour, while the next cup will be less acidic and have more aroma. 00:51
Once the aroma dissipates, you will get the body of the coffee, where the plant carbohydrates coming out that give the brew it's presence. 01:03
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