The Java Genius Guide to Maximizing Your Caffeine Rush!

Take a second and ask yourself what “coffee” has in common with:

Starting your day with a cup of coffee is a no brainer…

Caffeine affects your body in amazing ways, but most noticeably, it helps you feel awake and alert. For many people, this rush makes the day possible.

As we’re sure you know, not all coffees are brewed equally. Some are strong and bold, giving you a noticeable kick, while others taste weak leaving you feeling groggy and unsatisfied.

Although nearly two-thirds of adults in America drink at least one cup a day, consumers are often drinking closer to three cups on average. Chasing a buzz with cup after cup can be very bothersome. Brewing coffee with the best caffeine content lets you drink fewer cups while still getting that great morning buzz.

Dive into our Java Genius guide to:

  • Choosing the most caffeinated beans
  • Maximizing the flavor of the brew
  • Selecting the best brewing technique

The Bean With The Caffeine

Brewing the strongest coffee will invariably begin with the beans you use. With so many varieties, it’s crucial that you start with a bean that packs the right punch.

Coffee plants fall into two main categories; arabica and robusta. The differences between these two variations include climate, altitude, and crop yield.

Most importantly, robusta beans contain twice as much caffeine as arabica beans. For this reason, robusta beans are often used to brew espresso.

When buying coffee grounds, you will find many labels on the shelves of your local grocery store or favorite café. Look for robusta beans to maximize that morning kick. Don’t be afraid to make your own custom blend of arabica and robusta beans though. This will give you that extra kick while giving you a nice, well-rounded taste.

If you are looking for the best kick for your buck, we have just the buzz for you! Check out one of our personal favorites, Java Extreme.

Remember to Mind Your Grind

Before rushing to the store to buy your next round of coffee, it’s important to consider another integral part of the brewing process; grinding.

Sure, buying ground coffee is convenient. But the coffee produced from pre-ground coffee beans can never compete with the flavor of coffee brewed from freshly ground beans.

Grinding your beans before brewing can unlock more flavor and actually enhance the flavor of your morning cup.

Whether buying a coffee grinder for your office coffee station or one for personal use, a commitment to freshly ground beans is a commitment to the best tasting coffee!

The Mystique of Technique

Finally, it’s important to consider how you’ll be brewing this great cup of coffee.

While many caffeine nuts hold their espresso machines close to their hearts, others swear allegiance to their drip brewers.

So what’s the deal?

First thing’s first, choosing between an espresso machine and drip brewer is not a fair comparison.

These two methods produce different amounts of coffee from varying amounts of grounds. On one hand, espresso is extremely potent and served in smaller quantities. While drip brewers produce less potent coffee in larger amounts.

At the end of the day, it comes down to your personal choice. Would you prefer a quick shot of espresso or a nice big cup of coffee?

Great coffee can make the difference between a highly productive day and a day spent playing catch up. Choosing the right coffee set up doesn’t have to be a daunting task. The Java Geniuses at Quality Express Coffee dedicate themselves to pairing great coffee service with coffee lovers of all kinds!

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