“How to Make Coffee So Good You’ll Never Waste Money on Starbucks Again”


I am a fanatic about making your favorite brew at home rather than spending your hard earned money at your local coffee shop.  Why waste that money when you can make the same exact recipes at home using your Keurig Kcup brewer?! This week I found an author who agrees with me:

How to Make Coffee So Good You’ll Never Waste Money on Starbucks Again (The Coffee Maestro Series)

This book speaks to my heart,  it is exactly what I try to tell our customers and readers everyday!  The author, Luca Vicenzo, is from a small town in Italy.  He believes in enjoying the small things in life and taking nothing for granted.  He states that there are dozens of details that go into making the perfect cup of coffee.

Luca offers plenty of advice on how to select the right beans, how to grind them, storage, how much coffee to use, etc.  Here is the great news,  if you are using a Keurig brewer and Kcup coffee that is already figured out for you!  Green Mountain Coffee has  sourced the worlds best beans, roasted them to perfection and thought about every other detail to create the perfect start to your home coffee recipes.  You are so savvy,  you are one step ahead of the rest!

The thirty featured recipes are not Keurig Kcup based,  you will have to make those adjustments or of course you can always use ground or whole bean coffees and follow the books instructions as is.

Please let me know if you try any of the recipes from this book and how they turn out.

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