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One of the common things among coffee lovers is that they always need coffee to wake up and in this guide, you will learn how to make the best brew Using Your Coffee Machines. So if you are reading this, there are high chances that you belong to the same group that has the same habit. But have you ever wondered whether your coffee machines could make you a better cup of your favourite drink? It seems like the answer is yes, according to the experts.

Gaggia Cadorna Barista Plus

  • Ristretto
  • Espresso
  • Espresso Lungo
  • Coffee
  • Americano
  • Hot Water

When it comes to traditional coffee drinks, the Cadorna Barista Plus has the fundamental favorites. Personally, I really appreciate that it differentiates between Espresso Lungo, Americano, and the classic Coffee. Most machines on the market will typically settle on Espresso Lungo only to satisfy the need for all three

Not Cleaning Your Machines Properly

Often, the reason behind the bad taste of coffee lies hidden inside the unseen parts of the machines. When the machines is not cleaned correctly, it generally reduces coffee quality coming out in the cup. Experts say that many people prefer having their drip coffee machines. However, they do not know that it needs to be descaled for serving quality coffee consistently. Descaling is the key to maintaining the coffee machine’s health because the tap water is full of minerals that starts building up inside the different parts of the machines that degrades the quality of coffee with time. It not only makes your taste buds feel bad, it can also ruin your machines over time. 

There are also machines in the market with indicators to alert you regarding when it is required to be descaled.

Leave Wet Grounds in The Machines Too Long

After the pot has finished brewing, lift the lid, then rise or toss the filter and the used grounds. Make sure that you are always cleaning out the wet coffee grinds after the brewing is done. It is an essential thing to do because not doing it will only create the ideal conditions for mould and bacteria growth.

Finally, make sure that you are using the right proportion of coffee to water because that makes a good coffee. Always maintain a ratio between 1:15 and 1:17, which means one-part coffee to 15 to 17 parts of water.