Black Currant Liqueur
Black Raspberry Liqueur
Bourbon, Peach Flavored
Brown Cacao Liqueur
Chocolate And Orange Liqueur
Cinnamon Schnapps Liqueur
Citrus-vanilla Liqueur, Licor 43
Crème de Cassis
Crème de Menthe, White-colored
Créme de Mure
Crème de Peche
Dark Cacao Liqueur
Eau de Vie
Ginger root Liqueur
Eco-friendly Apple Liqueur
Eco-friendly Mint Liqueur
Lime And Lemongrass Cordial
Pimms Cup # 1
Plymouth Fruit Cup
Prune Eau de Vie
Red Food Coloring
Rum Blueberry Flavored
Rum Cherry Flavored
White-colored Cacao Liqueur
White-colored Chocolate Liqueur
Johnson Pear Liqueur
Coffee 2 Ways! WITH NO COFFEE MAKER!!!!
Beingawesome Today: I made this and I was like it don't work then I watched the video again and I was like oh hot water I'm an idiot but it works well so I'm impressed lol
Creatively Bambi: Lol! We've all had those moments! Keep being awesome!
Ty H: How prone is it to have coffee grounds go through the mesh? \nYou made it look easy. I'll try the strainer over measuring cup method before investing in a pour over carafe . thanks for the video\n.
Creatively Bambi: Hi Ty! Thanks for inquiring! My strainer works great, but you'll need to make sure your coffee is NOT finely ground, but definitely more coarsely-ground. Depending on the holes in your strainer, some grounds may sneak through, but in my experience, they settle at the bottom of the cup, so I'd just skip that final sip! \n\n\nAnother tip: If you find the pour over method doesn't create a strong enough coffee, simply pour your hot water directly over the coffee grounds that are in a large cup (I use a glass measuring cup for this, because it has a pouring "spout"). Allow it to "steep" for about 5 minutes. Next, you'll place your strainer over your mug and strain/drain the "brewed" coffee in there. You'll love it!\n\n\nAll that being said, I highly recommend a French press. Makes the best coffee ever in my opinion…. especially when you grind your coffee fresh every morning. Nothing compares!\n\n\nCheers!
Ayy Lmao: Okay wow this actually helped. Finally! After spending the last hour going through ~15 coffee making videos, I'm going to stop at this one. I don't have any coffee equipment so the sieve method is something I now know about. Thank you!
Ayy Lmao: So here's what I did today. I ground my coffee beans using a mortar and pestle. I put the ground coffee into a thermos flask. I then poured hot water into the flask and put the lid over to let it steam for 5 minutes (kind of mimicking the french press). I then simply poured the contents of the flask through a sieve into my cup. I then poured the brewed coffee from the cup through the same sieve into another cup just to make full use of the ground coffee that was collected in the sieve. I've never tasted better coffee! So basically I mimicked the french press by letting it steam and then used the sieve method to strain out the ground coffee
Creatively Bambi: Your way sounds delicious as well! I hope you enjoyed it! mmmmmm!
richie never: aha Nice. I grow coffee.. but I don't have coffee machine… Thanxx darl for ya help…\nIlam, Nepal.
Creatively Bambi: You are very welcome! And a big thank you for your work. I believe coffee is not only delicious, but one of the few things that brings people together all over the world. Its a commonality and a love that we all share! I always try to buy fair trade and certainly encourage others to do the same. All my best to you Richie!
Chantelly Johnson: This makes me want to freshly grind and brew coffee at home! Looking at the grinder is that "Krups" brand and if so do you like it?