April 19, 2014

Easter Eve Cinnamon Coffee

I’m having a rather lazy Saturday morning, sitting around catching up on some reading and emails while sipping coffee. I ordered a new set of coffee mugs online that came yesterday, and I am in love with their bright, fun Easter egg-y colors.

These are now sold out online, but here’s a similar set that even comes with a nice stand!

To further add to the laziness, this will be the shortest post ever. I just wanted to share a little tip I learned from my friend Kelli last weekend in Florida: when you brew your coffee, add a sprinkle of cinnamon to the grounds. It adds a great flavor to the coffee, and I find that when I do that, I don’t need to add any sugar. Just a splash of milk and I’m good to go!

Happy Saturday and almost happy Easter, y’all 🙂


1 thought on “Easter Eve Cinnamon Coffee”

  1. Also, see to it that you follow the correct coffee beans and water proportion. Putting too much water and little coffee beans in the coffee maker will certainly yield a poor and “weak” brew. A general rule when brewing is to put 2 tablespoons of grounded coffee beans for every 6 ounces of water.

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