How To Keep Coffee Warm

USB device and a cup of coffee
Everyone loves that first cup of coffee they get in the morning.  It gets them up and going and is something to look forward to on those tire cold mornings.  The only thing that can ruin that great coffee experience is a cold cup of coffee.  The thing is your morning cup of Joe doesn't have to go cold.  There are many ways to keep your coffee warm from start to finish.

Step 1

Keep Coffee in the Pot

Easiest way to keep that coffee warm is to keep it in the pot until you are ready to drink it.  Don't pour more than you expect to drink, and pour smaller amounts.  This way you have a warm cup of Joe every time.  Most coffee machines come with a built-in heater plate that keeps the coffee warm while sitting in the pot. 

Step 2

Use a Coffee Thermos

Once that pot of coffee is made, and you pour you cup for the road, you will need to make sure it stays warm till the last drop.  While any cup can hold a cup of coffee, only a thermos can truly keep it warm for a long period of time. 

Step 3

Use a Lid

Putting a lid on your coffee thermos will help keep the heat from rising out of the drink and into thin air.  This is also for safety to the coffee doesn't drip out of the cup and burn you.  Make sure the lid you use is specific to the thermos.  It needs to be airtight so nothing leaks, and the coffee stays warm.

Step 4

Buy a Coffee Heating Plate

While at work you will want that coffee to last for a good while.  To ensure this you may want to invest in a portable heating plate.  A heating plate plugs into the wall and allows you to set your coffee mug on top of it while it heats up.  This is good to use when you will be in one place for a period of time, such as your desk at work.

Step 5

Buy a Coffee Heating Plate

While at work you will want that coffee to last for a good while.  To ensure this you may want to invest in a portable heating plate.  A heating plate plugs into the wall and allows you to set your coffee mug on top of it while it heats up.  This is good to use when you will be in one place for a period of time, such as your desk at work.


Your coffee doesn't have to go cold, and can be enjoyed till the last sip.

This article was provided by the authors at LiveLoveCoffee.com an online coffee shop with articles discussing interesting morning chats and reviews on french press coffee makers, coffee grinders and espresso coffee machines.
 

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