What can you add to your coffee to make it less bitter except sugar?

What can you add to your coffee to make it less bitter except sugar?

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  1. For some coffee drinkers, the bitterness of the brew is what gives it such appeal. For others, the whole point of milk and sugar is to conceal that bitter taste. Unfortunately, it also conceals much of the coffee’s actual flavor. To keep the flavor but counteract some of the bitterness, try adding a pinch of salt.
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  2. Add a little more milk and that bitterness is reduced.
    Milk contains lactose no doubt and if that too is to be avoided, you need to add some sugar substitutes. Diluting with water will spoil the taste and flavor of coffee.
    I don’t drink black coffee and so my answer is applicable only for coffee with milk.

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  3. Get better coffee.
    Good coffee doesn’t need correction. Even basic, halfway-decent coffee doesn’t need “correction”, with additives.
    If your coffee is “bitter”, and you feel you need to add something to compensate for an undesirable taste , then reevaluate
    Where you buy coffee
    How you brew coffee

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  4. To black coffee you can add the tiniest pinch of table salt to reduce its bitterness. If you find the coffee to be strong and astrigent too, try changing the coffee ground to water ratio. Usually ratios between 60–70gm of coffee grounds to 1L of brew water yield the best results for drip machine, french press and pour over methods of coffee preparation.

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