Every once in a while, by accident, I brew an excellent pot of coffee.
Today, my dear friends, is one of those days.
What makes for excellence in coffee?
1. Good flavor.
2. Not too strong, but not weak.
3. No bitterness.
4. Very hot, even with a bit of milk.
5. A hint of sweetness of its own, with no sugar (I drink my coffee without sugar, always).
I suppose even if I could always make a perfect pot of coffee every time I wouldn't want to, because then there would be no cause to celebrate the days when the coffee comes with its own excellence.
It's like reading palms or tea leaves.
Is there a high correlation betw excellence in coffee and excellence in days?
Does a good cup of coffee make you want to do good?