I feel like coffee is kind of bitter, and I don’t particularly like it, even though I’d wish to enjoy it. How can I make myself enjoy a

I feel like coffee is kind of bitter, and I don’t particularly like it, even though I’d wish to enjoy it. How can I make myself enjoy a good cup of coffee?

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  1. Coffee is an acquired taste. Just start drinking a cup in the morning and after a couple of weeks you will be looking forward to it every morning when you get up.

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  2. Cold Brew…..The only answer to bitterness….Read about it, watch YouTube and experiment on how to make it….Buy a cheap Toddy Maker….And experiment with different concentrates….Heck, just buy a large Mason Jar and experiment with that….

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  3. Peppermint mocha creamer. Or French Vanilla. Just use enough to mask the bitterness. I hated hot coffee until I discovered cappuccino 🙂

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  4. Assuming you’re using a conventional coffee maker, and not a K-Cup brewer, add a pinch of salt to the grounds before brewing. The salt kills some of the bitterness and allows more of the coffee flavors, previously muted by the bitterness, to come through, making for a more flavorful cup of joe.
    And while K-Cups are more convenient, and offer a wider range of flavors (they have tea and hot chocolate flavors as well), I think it makes better sense financially in the long run to use the tried-and-true coffee maker method. Even if you’re not a prodigious coffee drinker like I am, pre-ground coffee from the store or coffee shop are still cheaper.
    Simply brew a small amount, let’s say about four cups. After brewing, immediately transfer to an insulated carafe. Since the carafe is sealed, it’ll keep the coffee hot and fresh for hours. NEVER leave a pot of coffee on the coffee maker.
    If you visit any Starbucks, you’ll notice they have a timer. This timer is set to go off at about 20–30 minutes. The old coffee is poured out, the container rinsed, and a fresh batch is made.
    With all of the above being said, you can still taste some bitterness, regardless of brewing style. That part is pretty much an acquired taste.
    When I first started drinking coffee, I added cream and sugar, but graduated to drinking it black. At first the bitterness was almost overwhelming, but after continued drinking (about two weeks) my taste buds acclimated to the bitterness. Now, over 25 years later, I prefer my coffee black. Drinking coffee black let’s you really taste the coffee.

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