coffee tables. Friday , July 14th , 2017 - 11:18:20 AM
A plain woven muslin cloth (or any unbleached cotton fabric) will work well as a coffee filter. Make sure the pores in your cloth are finer than the ground coffee you use. Use a new, clean, tightly woven cloth, which has been washed at least once. Washing cotton increases its absorbing power. If you are someone who prepares butter at home (not many people do) you can use butter muslin cloth as well. If you intend to reuse the cloth as a coffee filter, avoid using harsh, scented detergents to clean it as they can tamper with the flavor of your coffee the next time you use them.
You can even opt for organic coffee. It has a mild and nutty flavor, as it is grown and processed without any chemical interventions.
Tip: Practice and practice and practice till you get your brew right, and train and train and train till your baristas get it right too. Also, learn from feedback. When you take orders, ask your customer if he/she likes his/her coffee black, strong or sweet.
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