The coffee is amazing to drink, however, there are many people that do not like coffee. There are many coffee shops but it is hard to get that perfect quality of coffee, especially during the work at the working desk. Coffee is considered to be healthy and there are others that disagree with this statement. Some argue that coffee is good to reduce the risk of diabetes and depression but others argue that it increases the blood pressure. Despite all the arguments, we can all agree that coffee does help us to stay awake and focused especially during work, therefore, how should you drink your coffee at work?
Aeropress the filter coffee
Aeropress Coffee is one of the ways of preparing filter coffee which is one of the many ways to prepare coffee, it is very easy and cheap to prepare. It can be prepared at the office and it can be prepared at home and brought to the office.
Cold Brew is cold coffee, which can be prepared similar to filter coffee, but by using cold water and keeping it in the fridge for about 12 hours before use. The coffee can be prepared at night before sleeping and since there is no time in the morning before work it will save some time to get ready for work. You can just take your coffee to work in a one-liter bottle and drink it at work. This can be nice coffee in the summer during hot weather. This is one of the specialty ways of making coffee, make sure you use quality Arabica coffees, which is harvested at an altitude of 1000 meters to 2100 meters. Cold brew can also be prepared by using French press, which can be bought at any shops that sells coffee accessories.
Double espresso mixed with water
Many customers of coffee shops add water to their espresso because they find it too strong to drink. You can buy a takeaway mug with the size about 340ml and add double espresso (20g) and combine it with water. This way you don't have to worry about keeping it in the fridge because it does not include milk.
In conclusion, I would recommend you to try 100% Arabica specialty coffee that was harvested at an altitude of 1000 meters to 2100 meters with the medium roast. You should also note that medium roast does not mean there is less caffeine in the coffee, in fact, many argue that the darker the coffee is roasted the more it loses its caffeine.