How to Make a Single Cup of Coffee
To make a single cup of coffee, get a strainer and a coffee filter, put the filter into the strainer, fill the filter with coffee, pour boiling water over the filter, and let it steep for three to five minutes. Consider buying a single cup coffee maker with advice from a wine and restaurant specialist in this free video on coffee.
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For those times when you want a fresh brewed cup of coffee but you don't have the time to brew a whole pot and you don't want to waste the excess here is a way to avoid having to drink instant. It should be really simple and really easy to do. First get yourself a strainer like this one and a coffee filter, you will need to trim your coffee filter a little bit so that it fits the strainer, take a little bit off the bottom but not so much as the filter becomes open, a little bit off the side and then a bit off the top. You take the filter at that point put it in the strainer, fill the filter with your coffee, pour boiling water over the filter, let it steep for three to five minutes, garnish it with whipped cream or ground nutmeg or sprinkle cinnamon or maybe a shot of Bailey's Irish Cream. There are a lot of great single cup coffee makers available on the market. Brands like Kruger, Brookstone as well as Tosemo all manufacture an individual cup coffee maker. Each of these coffee makers use their own individual little pouches so all of that process altogether in one fell swoop, very quick very easy.