In the last few years, instant coffee has gotten a welcome makeover. There are tons of tasty options out there, whether you want a fatty cup for your keto diet, you’re looking for a tasty delivery system for adaptogenic mushrooms, or you simply need a super-convenient way to get caffeinated in a hurry. These are our favorites.
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Right now is the perfect time to start making pour over coffee. Here’s why: You don’t need a ton of equipment, what you do need doesn’t take up much space, it’s inexpensive, it’s quick and easy, and it makes fantastic coffee. Boom.
Do you have a friend, family member, or coworker that is never—and I mean, never— late? If you do, you can relate to feeling like they must have more hours in the day than the rest of us.
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No doubt you’re soaking up every last bit of sun, sand and outdoor fun that summer has to offer, especially now that it’s August. When you finally step back inside, mix up one of these super thirst-quenchers–they’ll cool you off and bring on that second wind, so you can shimmy into a sleeveless dress and head back out.
No matter how hectic your morning—overslept, waited extra-long for the shower at the gym, kids dawdled over breakfast—there’s always time for coffee.
It’s one thing to like coffee, and have a cup every morning as a habit. But for some among us, that cup of coffee is more than just a pick-me-up—it’s a way of life, a sustaining lifeblood that one simply can’t survive without.
Just when we thought we could not love coffee more, along came cold brew to rock our worlds. It’s smoother and less acidic than the traditional stuff, and it tastes. So. Good. Perfect for a hot day (and hey, for many of us, for any day).
It doesn’t take much convincing to get us to brew a cup of coffee in the morning. The taste, the fragrance—even the ritual of heating up the water is as much a part of our mornings as getting dressed and brushing our teeth (but way more fun).
You don’t have to work hard to get us to sip a cold-brew coffee, especially on a hot day. And now that we know coffee can be good for you and there are more times of day that caffeine can be beneficial, we’re all about adding it to meals, snacks and treats all day long.
We all know work, exercise and sleep can be affected both positively and negatively by caffeine. So when’s the best time to drink it? We’ve got the answers.
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