There are so many options when it comes to coffee that it can be overwhelming. Whole bean coffee is the best choice if you are looking for a strong, rich cup of coffee. Whole bean coffee is the best, because it is made from the finest coffee. Pre-ground coffee can sit for anywhere from a few days to several months. It's not as good as making a cup of coffee right after you grind the beans.
You can even get cheaper whole bean coffee blends if you grind the beans first and then brew the coffee right away. It's worth buying the whole seed java in bulk if you can. It keeps them fresher for longer. However, whole bean coffee has a drawback: you must grind the beans. Most people will need to buy a coffee grinder.
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It can be frustrating to grind the beans in a rush, but once you enjoy your cup of freshly brewed coffee, you will forget all about the time spent. You may feel euphoric enough to make it through cleaning the coffee grinder. Whole bean coffee is not an instant fix.
It takes time to make the perfect cup. If flavor is not something you value, or if you lack time or patience, you might be better off sticking to instant coffee varieties. Simply putting a spoonful of instant coffee in a cup and adding hot water is all it takes.