Hotter Coffee

Dwane Thomas’ Tip of the Week – December 2, 2017

Warning.  The tip this week is completely based on a First World Problem (FWP).

This time of year, my wife and I really enjoy coffee.  And also… the rest of the year.

Anyway, we like our coffee hot.  Really hot.

Here’s the problem.  (I warned you.  This is a FWP.) . When you pour a steaming hot cup of coffee into a cold coffee cup, the coffee loses some of its steaminess.

There is a simple solution.  As soon as you turn on the coffee, turn on the teapot.  Before adding coffee to a cold mug, add hot water from the teapot instead.   Let the cup of hot water sit for a minute or so.  Now your cup is hot.  Pour the water out and add coffee to your hot mug.

Now you can enjoy a very hot cup of coffee!

And… while you are enjoying your hot cup of coffee, you can learn more about First World Problems:

Have a very happy Sunday!

I am currently working on another book.  I had hoped to have it available last week.   Didn’t make it.  Aiming for January.  Meanwhile, here’s the book I wrote in 2013.  For the most part, it’s about learning Latin.  The tips and tricks I share, however, do apply to other subjects.  Check it out here:

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