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Can You Get Used to Black Coffee?

Can you get used to bitter coffee? Yes of course you can. Here are the tips we recommend you try:

Try quality coffee.

Add some salt to your coffee.

Start by adding sugar or milk.

You can make this journey much easier if you do it right.

There may be several reasons that make the coffee in your hand so bitter. It can be the coffee itself, the brewing technique, or even yourself!

Why Does Coffee Taste So Bitter to You?

First of all, we would like to remind you that if you are still young and in your 20s, it is normal to find black coffee irresistible.

What? Why? Why?

Young people are much more sensitive to pain than adults.

Quality Coffee Makes Your Job Easier

Bitter coffee is the result of over-extraction.

To reduce extraction, you can simply lower the temperature, roast level, brew time, or increase the grind size.

You can't do any of that with instant coffee or store-bought coffee because you're just rehydrating the brewed coffee, but of course some are better than others.

If you want good coffee, get a good grinder, fresh whole-grain coffee, a scale, thermometer or temp kettle, and your preferred brewing method (in that order).

Sugar, milk, cream, and even salt can reduce pain

Once you get quality coffee, you still can't stand the pain. Don't give up yet.

It still takes time to get used to dark coffee.

If you don't feel like jumping from sugar coffee to black coffee right away, don't feel lonely. Feel free to reduce your sugar slowly and see how you feel about it.

You can still try black coffee before adding sugar. This can help you decide if you need a lot of sugar. You can start drinking coffee with sugary drinks. You can gradually give up on this and get used to dark coffee.

It's possible to get used to black coffee, but you don't have to do it the hard way. If you want to go for dark coffee, we recommend you to try better quality coffee.


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