Health Instant Coffee Preparation Guide

A cup of coffee
The majority of people drink ‘instant’ coffee. Instant coffee is convenient because it can be made into individual cups by adding water to the coffee and stirring. After the seal is broken on the container of instant, or soluble, coffee it should be stored in an airtight container and kept in a cool place. The flavor of instant coffee is improved if it is made in a pot using approximately one heaped teaspoon for each cup, and according to taste. Fresh water that is below boiling point should be added.

Rules for making coffee

Use good coffee that is freshly roasted and ground.
Use ground or vacuum-packed coffee within ten days or the quality will deteriorate. Sure in airtight containers in a cool place.
Use freshly drawn, freshly boiled water cooled to 92-96°C (198-205°F) (to preserve the flavor and aroma of the coffee). Do not use boiling water.
Measure the quantity of coffee carefully: 300-360g per 5 liters.
After the coffee has been made it should be strained off, otherwise it will acquire a bitter taste if kept hot for more than 30 minutes. Do not re-heat brewed coffee.
Milk, if served with coffee, should be hot but not be boiling.
All coffee-making equipment must be kept scrupulously clean, washed thoroughly after each use and rinsed with clean hot water (never use soda).
Making coffee in pots that have been thoroughly dried and warned.
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