Here are some helpful and useful tips for brewing the Ground Coffee Packets found in the supermarkets here in Japan. These packets are a very convenient way to brew a cup of coffee when you dont have time to make a whole pot, or when you just want to have a single cup of fresh great tasting coffee.
Tear open the package of Individual Single cup Packages.
Open the Individual package and remove the filter packet of Coffee.
Tear along the dotted line and remove the top of the packet.
Place the filter packet over the top of a normal sized Coffee Cup.
Carefully pour hot water over the Coffee Grounds.
Fill the Coffee Cup near to the rim of the cup.
Easy to Brew a Single Cup...
...of Great Tasting Coffee!!
Remove the packet of Coffee Grounds.
♦ The outer packaging makes a great holder for the Individual packages. (1) ♦ When opening the Individual packages, be careful not to tear the Filter Packet inside. (2) ♦ Gently shake the Coffee Grounds to the bottom of the Filter Packet before tearing off the top. (3) ♦ Warm your Coffee Cup before placing the Ground Coffee Filter Packet over the Coffee Cup. (4) ♦ The cardboard can be folded back to make the Filter Packet fit firmly on the top of the Coffee Cup. (4) ♦ Pour the hot water over the grounds slowly, and be careful not to overfill the Filter Packet. (5) ♦ Fill the Coffee Cup very near to the rim of the cup. When the Filter Packet is removed, the level will go down. It's OK to let the water level in the cup reach the Filter Packet. (6) ♦ Be careful..it's HOT! Allow the remaining water in the Filter Packet to drip into the cup. (7)
TIP: It is recommended to use 180ml of Hot water per serving. Of course, the more water that is used the weaker the taste will be. (If you want to use a very large cup, try adding a spoonful of instant coffee. It makes a great tasting cup of Coffee!)
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