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Private Selection Ground Coffee Vanilla -- 12 oz


Private Selection Ground Coffee Vanilla
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Private Selection Ground Coffee Vanilla -- 12 oz

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Private Selection Ground Coffee Vanilla Description

  • Naturally and Artificially Flavored Coffee
  • Hand Selected and Roasted in Batches
  • Ground
  • Medium
  • Fragrant, Warm, Delicate
  • Kosher

Private Selection Vanilla Ground Coffee is made from a premium all-Arabica blend of hand selected Latin American coffee beans, cupped and chosen by Private Selection coffee experts for consistently excellent flavors. Vanilla coffee is medium roasted in small batches and bagged immediately after roasting and grinding, preserving the dark and complex flavor in every cup.

The Private Selection journey rewards your sense of good taste. Inspired by food artisans and crafted with authentic ingredients and tantalizing recipes, each Private Selection offering is sure to feed your passion for gourmet foods.

We invite you to share our passion for exceptional culinary experiences.

ROAST LEVELS
MILD

Mild roast coffees provide a smooth taste for those who prefer a milder tasting coffee.

MEDIUM
Medium roast coffees offer character with a balanced, smooth and rich flavor.

MEDIUM-DARK
Medium-Dark roast coffees are slow roasted for a full-bodied, uniquely robust flavor.

DARK
Dark roast coffees are bold with a bittersweet taste that is hearty and complex.


PAIR
Accompany this flavorful blend with slices of warm peach cobbler when entertaining guests.


Directions

PREPARE

BREWING METHOD

Use 1 rounded tablespoon of ground coffee for each 6 ounces of cold water, or adjust to the strength you desire. Serve piping hot, removing grounds from coffee maker after brewing.

 

STORAGE

Store unused coffee in an airtight container or use the convenient recloseable bag. Store in the dry section of the refrigerator or the freezer.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Ingredients: Arabica coffee with natural and artificial flavors.
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How to Clean Your Coffee Maker + 4 Tips for Daily Care

For most people, waking up and drinking a cup of coffee is a morning ritual that involves very little thought. Coffee machines have become a staple on kitchen counters in the U.S. In fact, according to a study featured in the Tea & Coffee Trade Journal, over 58 million coffee machines were purchased last year. At-home coffee makers make it easy to keep the hot cups o’ joe coming, well beyond the morning hours, if that’s what we desire. Carafe of Coffee Pouring into Blue Mug After Owner Learned How to Clean Your Coffee Maker | Vitacost.com/blog But like other small appliances, home coffee makers require a bit of maintenance in order to continue working properly and last through years of use. To keep your machine brewing at its best, learn how to clean your coffee maker and follow these tips for regular care.

1. Always empty the carafe.

If you have a classic coffee maker (as opposed to a single-cup brewer), you may make a pot and let it sit as you slowly drink mugs over the course of a couple of hours. When it’s time to head off to work or school, some of us make the mistake of leaving a half-full carafe on the warmer. Don’t do this! Not only will it result in dark stains on the carafe, it can also lead to a grimy layer of coffee sludge accumulating at the bottom of the carafe. Rather than having to scrub or use stain lifters to remove streaks, spots and sludge from the carafe, be sure to empty and wash it out after each use. By doing this, it’ll stay clean and clear for years to come.

2. Avoid using the coffee maker improperly

This should go without saying, but before you use a new coffee maker, read the instruction manual! The manufacturer of your coffee maker will provide detailed instructions on how to operate the machine properly. One of the biggest mistakes people make with coffee makers is not adding enough water. If a coffee maker doesn’t have enough water, the pump will suck in too much air. Over time, this can damage portions of the pump and may cause the machine to malfunction. So make sure you’re adding the right amount of water to the reservoir before pushing the brew button!

3. How to clean your coffee maker

Removing grounds and coffee oils from your coffee maker is crucial. The best way to do this is with a mixture of half water and half vinegar. Simply pour the mixture into your coffee maker’s reservoir and run the machine. Repeat a few times to thoroughly clean the machine’s internal components. Afterward, run plain water through the coffee maker a few times to remove the vinegar odor. You should also remove the filter basket and wash it well. By performing this maintenance once a month, you’ll keep your coffee maker clean, free of debris and running as smoothly as possible.

4. Inspect your coffee maker regularly.

Another important step in keeping your coffee maker in pristine shape is to regularly inspect it. During this inspection, pay attention to any leaks or cracks in the carafe. If you see damaged components, you need to either replace them or get a new coffee maker. Brewing coffee in a damaged machine can lead to a big mess – and possibly even injuries!

5. The coffee you put in your maker matters.

When trying to keep your coffee maker running efficiency, you should also be selective about the type of coffee you’re using. Most home coffee makers work best with fine ground coffee; but, again, just the manual for information about your specific machine. If you’re grinding your own beans, take care to do it correctly. Enjoy your java Follow these tips, and you should have no problem keeping your coffee maker reliable and functional. Need help choosing a new coffee maker? Check out the expert advice on Owly Choice (including independent research, tests and reviews) to make in informed purchase decision.
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