Eggnog Café

You could call this coffee your Christmas morning cup! This has all the desired spices you can taste and it can be dairy-free (like I drink it)! Keep a pot of this brew going on the stove all morning. If you use the real good stuff eggnog, this will be a nice thick beverage!

Eggnog Café

12 oz brewed coffee (1 1/2 cups), recipe here
3/4 cup eggnog [or just NOG if using dairy-free eggnog]

Directions:
Heat the eggnog in a pan on the stove or in the microwave. Brew the coffee using 4 TB coffee and 1 1/2 cups water however you desire, with whatever method. Mix the eggnog and coffee together, you can adjust how much eggnog you add for the level of sweetness.

Eggnog Café

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Brewed Coffee

This is a simple brewed coffee ratio that I always use and it never fails me! Measuring is important if you want your coffee to turn out perfect every time. I am a coffee enthusiast and love finding new tricks to making great coffee.

Brewed Coffee

12 oz (1 1/2 cups) water
4 TB coffee

If the beans aren’t already ground, grind them (which are best freshly ground). With this ratio, brew the coffee however you want whether it be in a coffee pot, drip system, aeropress, French press, etc.

With using a French press, let the coffee grounds soak in hot water for 4-5 minutes, then press. With using a drip system, as the water is soaking through the coffee grounds in the filter, stir the grounds to ensure maximum flavor and that each ground is getting soaked.

Brewed Coffee

Summertime Cold-Brew Coffee

A perfect cold-brew coffee for hot summer days!

1/3 cups coffee grounds
to
1 1/2 cups water

I double or triple the recipe
Combine grounds and water in a bin and let sit for 11-12 hours
The longer you let the mixture sit, the stronger it gets
Cold Brew Coffee - The Kitchen BistroStrain 2-3x with a fine mesh strainer and you’ll be on your way
Another way that is easier is to strain through a coffee filter like when making pour over coffee
Finished product: black ol’ cold brew

Cold Brew Coffee - The Kitchen Bistro

This morning I mixed mine with some milk and made mine Vietnamese Coffee by adding a lil’ sweetened condensed milk

Sweetened Condensed Milk = Vietnamese Coffee

Sweetened Condensed Milk = Vietnamese Coffee