Step 1: Select Your CoffeeWith countless coffee varieties available, we trust that you have already chosen your preferred type. If not, we recommend identifying the coffee flavor that suits your taste buds. Light coffee tends to taste "earthy" due to its shorter roasting time, which retains most of the original taste of the coffee bean. This makes it less desirable among coffee drinkers who prefer a more robust flavor. Medium coffee is the most popular option due to its balanced flavor and aroma. Dark Roast coffee, such as French Roast, is ideal for those who crave a bold coffee flavor.Step 2: Grind Your CoffeeIt is essential to grind only the coffee needed at the moment. Whole beans should be kept in their original form and ground just before use to ensure optimal flavor and smoothness. Ground coffee loses its flavor quickly and becomes stale when left unused.Step 3: Achieve the Ideal Water TemperatureFor brewing hot coffee, a standard coffee maker is commonly used. However, it is crucial to ensure that the coffee reaches a temperature between 195-205 degrees Fahrenheit for optimal extraction. While measuring the exact temperature of the water can be challenging, doing so can significantly impact the coffee's taste and flavor. Water that is too hot can cause a dramatic loss of flavor, while water that is too cold will result in flat, under-extracted coffee.Step 3.5: Cold Brew TemperatureThere is a common misconception that Cold Brew coffee must be brewed at a cold temperature. However, it is primarily brewed at room temperature, though it can be prepared in the fridge as well. Regardless of the chosen method, cold brew coffee should "steep" for 12-18 hours before consumption. After brewing, the coffee can be chilled in the fridge.Step 4: Coffee to Water RatioThe most common and appropriate water-to-coffee ratio is 2 tablespoons of fresh ground coffee for every 6 ounces of water. This ratio is utilized in most coffee-serving establishments.Step 5: EnjoyAfter brewing, add any desired finishing touches, such as cream and sugar. There is no right or wrong way to drink coffee, so experiment with various creamers and sugars to find the perfect cup of coffee.We wish you happy brewing!