Making your own decadent steamed milk drink at home is a lot easier than you think and doesn't necessarily require any expensive or intimidating equipment. All you need is your favourite coffee, milk (dairy or not), and quick instructions on how to put it all together. We've got some top tips to help you become an expert and make delicious drinks at home. When you add milk to your coffee, it can enhance the flavour profile of your brew, adding a touch of creaminess. When you heat the milk, it takes it a step further, caramelizing the sugar in the...
So, you’ve just opened your new bag of Level Ground coffee and had your first delightful cup. You want that delicious taste to last, so how do you keep your coffee tasting its absolute best? Don’t worry — with our tips, you’ll be drinking the best coffee at home for longer.
Can Coffee Even Go Bad?
Level Ground follows the industry standard of putting a best before date of one year after roasting on our bags. However, we’ve mentioned before that you’ll get the optimal flavour from your beans within one to three months after roasting.
Brewing espresso recipes for single and double shots.
Level Ground Method
Single Espresso Recipe: 7-9g finely ground coffee for 1-1.5oz
Double Espresso Recipe: 17-18g finely ground coffee for 2-2.5oz
Finely ground with a firm tamp. Optimum extraction time is 20-30 seconds.
A quick and straight forward method for brewing coffee!
LEVEL GROUND METHOD
Recipe: 60g of medium-fine grind coffee per 1.6 litre carafe, or round half cup per 12 cup carafe
Always use clean cold water and operate as per manufacturer's recommendations.