My Coffee Mood

Because Its All About Coffee


Beard King – Beard Bib Review – No More Hairs Everywhere

Beard Bib ReviewToday we would like to present you one awesome product that we wouldn’t aware it exists until we read about it on one web forum. It is a Beard King Beard Bib – great piece of equipment for every beardman.

This great thing was invented by entrepreneur Nicholas Galekovic, who says: ‘Getting yelled at as a teenager by my mother, and now as an adult by my wife,’ Galekovic says, ‘I figured there had to be something out there that could make things easier than putting down a towel or t-shirt — but there wasn’t!’ After considerable trial-and-error involving a sketchbook and experimenting with various materials, he came up with the genesis for his unique and increasingly popular grooming product. ‘This flagship product is very functional,’ he says. ‘It helps the brand differentiate itself by carving out a niche in the market that solves a common household problem.

5 advantages of this product:

  1. Easy To Use: Everyone can use this because you need to do only two things: Attach the Velcro neck straps and place two vacuum holders onto mirror, and your Beard King Beard Bib is ready.
  2. Time Saving: You don’t need to clean your bathroom for hours after your beard hair flies up everywhere. Just detach the mirror vacuum holders and dispose your beard hair into garbage can.
  3. Compact: Sleek self-packing pouch to easily stowed away or getting this with you on your travel. You can even place other beard accessories into its bag.
  4. Great Gift: It doesn’t matter if it is a Fathers Day, Birthday, Holiday Gift or some other celebration, this will be a great gift for your father, husband, boyfriend or a friend. This also can be used by woman to cut her hair.
  5. High Quality: Hand made and designed in USA with the best materials for the best possible quality. Beware of copies, if it doesn’t have Beard King Logo on it, its a fake!

Read More – Best Selling Braun Shavers


This is a great product for any man with a beard. Anytime you need to trim your beard you just attach Beard King Beard Bib around your neck and onto the mirror and you don’t need to worry will your beard hair get on the floor, sink, tootbrush or somewhere else. Even your wife can use it to shorten her hair because the tests with haircuts are showed that more than 80 % of hair will be picked up into Beard King Beard Bib.…

Cleaning tile floor is one of the big problems to your neck.So, We need to find the assistance for helping us.I suggest you to find the device which is used for cleaning the tile floor.But in this post in case of you don’t want to spend the money for buying some device.You need to clean the tile floor as quickly as you can.Also, the floor still looks nice.

How To Clean Tile Floor

No matter what kind of tile floor you have, there are 2 guidelines to live by to keep your floors looking excellent:

1. Clean up spills the minute they take place to prevent major discolorations or damage
2. Regular cleaning avoids the requirement for strong chemicals and tough scrubbing

Well, there are actually more than 2 guidelines, however for the sake of brevity we’ll simply leave it at that in the meantime!

Clean Tile Floors Consistently

Tile floors have to be regularly cleaned up, however lots of people wait up until the floor is so unclean they cannot stand it any longer. The issue is that extreme chemicals are bad for any floor there is. You likewise need to work more difficult to obtain the floor clean. Upkeep cleaning is done on a more regular basis, prior to things get outright horrible. Continuing top of cleaning your unclean floors will certainly conserve you some major hands-and-knees scrubbing too!

Clean Tile Floors Quickly

For spills, you must keep absorbent fabrics helpful. It is essential to keep in mind that plain water and tracked in the dirt are likewise ‘spills’.

You will certainly have discolorations and additional work to clean your flooring if you do not tidy up muddy footprints around your door mat or water that has actually been tracked in right when it takes place.

Making life much easier, keep a towel near the door throughout snowy or rainy weather condition. Door mats go a long method in keeping floors clean. You may develop and impose a “no shoes” guideline when there is snow, rain, or mud exterior. When animals can be found in from outdoors throughout bad weather condition, clean their feet with a towel prior to they are enabled to get in. Before by Also Check Carpet Cleaners Comparison and Reviews 2018.

Eliminating Wax from Tile Floors

If you have wax accumulation and desire an option to industrial strippers, you can make your very own variation with;

1. 1 cup laundry cleaning agent
2. 1/2 cup ammonia
3. 1 gallon of warm water

You will certainly have to make use of a stiff scrub brush to aid the wax elimination development, so just use the solution to one location of the floor at a time.

Also Check – How to Clean Carpet

5 Games that You can Play in the Office

Work pressure has significantly increased during the last decade. Slogging through the daily 9-5 schedule can become really stressful if employees cannot get some time off their desk. But chatting with each other will only make things worse as it is more likely that you will talk about the ongoing projects. Instead of that, you can engage yourself and your office colleagues in some exciting games. This will not only help them to get refreshed but also will also reduce the monotony of work, which in turn, can result in better output. Here are 5 best games that you can play even if you are at the office.

  1. Skill Ball

It’s a tabletop game. As the name suggests it requires a bit of skill to play the game. It’s a pretty basic and simple game. There is a spring hammer, using which you can hit a ball and your job is to hit the ball powerful enough to get the maximum points. To get maximum points your goal is to put them in the holes marked with points. You can have individual competition or you can have a team competition as well.

  1. Tower Hanoi

Almost everyone knows this game and might have played it sometime. But the fun does not seem to end in this game. In this game, you have 3 poles. One of them comes with 7 rings on it. The rings are kept according to the size from small to large. Your job is to put all of the rings in either of the 2 poles in the same order. This might seem like a single player game but you can always have a challenge amongst your colleagues on the number of moves one takes to complete the task.

  1. Foosball

It’s a game of skill and fast reaction and it can literally be a lot of fun. This is one of the most entertaining games that you can play while being in the office. This is basically football played on the table. You have handles sticking out of the side of the board and the sticks have players inside. You can push or pull them according to the position of the ball and rotate the handle to hit them accordingly. Find your combination of shots with your partner to score a goal and while your opponents will try to save them and score a goal themselves. It is quite a competitive game and you sure can have a long tournament amongst your colleagues if you have a large enough team working together. As this game is available in different size and price range, it is really wise to go through foosball table comparison and reviews and then buy.

  1. Pool

It’s a game that every one of us is familiar with. Obviously, there are a lot of variations in this game. You can play 8 ball or 9 ball pool and have team or individual competitions amongst each other. All you need to do is find enough space for the pool table or find a tabletop pool table and start the fun.

  1. Beer pong

This is an interesting game, where you have glasses of beer kept on the either side of the table. Two teams will stay on the either side and throw ball targeting glasses on the other side. Whoever is successful in doing so, the other team will have to drink that beer. Team having to drink all their beers will lose. However, you might not want play this game with beer in the glass, unless you all wish to get fired. You can use cold drinks or lemonade instead. The fun does not end!

So, now that you know there are awesome ways to refresh yourself in the office, what’s your game today? Have a chat with your colleagues and start with one of these today and have fun!…

How to Make Coffee with Keurig Coffee MachineRegardless from which way you look at it, Keurig machines are the most user-friendly coffee machine out there. They are well known for being convenient because they do not require grinding or measuring grounds, matching the perfect coffee to water ration, and other processes. Internally, they work a lot like drip coffee machines: they heat the water up, let it sit in the grounds mixture, and then have the filter separate the liquid which then goes directly into your mug.

To use a Keurig machine you only need to fill the water compartment, and place your K-cup in the appropriate slot and press a button. K-cups are convenient because, apart from being available in hundreds of different flavors including non-caffeinated drinks like hot chocos and teas, the grounds and filters are already sealed together. Because everything is contained in the pre-made cup, there isn’t a lot of deep cleaning to be done either: you just have to wipe the exterior clean occasionally. The inside parts can be wiped clean once every week or two, particularly the cup loading slot and the beaked part which pours the beverage in your mug. Some newer machines even have an automatic cleaning function which flushes the whole system with hot water to rinse the dirt away.

Read More – How to Make Coffee with a Manual Espresso Machines 

If you feel the need to refrain from using the K-cups, maybe for their higher price or because you can’t find the right flavor, you can always purchase a separate filter which enables you to use your own grounds of choice. To do this, simply place the filter in the slot and then pour your coffee on top of it, like you would with any drip coffee machine; close the lid, press the button, and enjoy you coffee. This requires a bit more cleaning, especially if you put too much grounds and it overflows) and disposing of the filter (if the paper ones are used) though.…

How to Make Coffee with An Automatic Espresso MachinesIf a fully automatic machine is more to your liking, especially to prevent the messy spilling of coffee grounds on the counter and measuring the perfect amount to use every single time, there are a few things you have to know beforehand. First of all, know that the process behind the coffee making remains the same, it’s all just automated and requires no human help (apart from filling it with water and coffee). Secondly, while making coffee the machine takes care of everything, you will have to be in charge of cleaning each component up as a dirty machine will produce a rancid tasting brew and a foul odor even when not in use; not to mention that a dirty machine will last you less.

Having said that, preparing the machine is simple, regardless of the model you may have. Most likely you will have one of those machines which only need roasted coffee beans: these only require you to pour the beans in the container, and make sure that water is still present in the compartment. You press the button, after fiddling with the control panel to adjust your espresso’s strength (and other options on some machines), and voila’. Your little mug will be filled in minutes – the machine taking care of grinding the beans, measuring the right amount of both water and fresh grounds, heating the water to the perfect temperature, and pouring it in your cup when it’s done brewing.

Also Check – How to Make Coffee with a Coffee Press

As for the cleaning, the task can be tedious, but fortunately it isn’t an everyday occurrence. Daily maintenance includes wiping the exterior with a moist cloth or perhaps using a spray cleaner where harder stains are present. The interior parts are what get really dirty after use, and need to be cleaned every week or after about 25 shots. This because freshly ground beans contain the most amount of the oils and essences that make up the coffee’s aroma and flavor, and when these oils are fresh they tend to stick on to all kinds of surfaces: especially the inner metal parts of your machine. Modern machines now have easy-to-remove compartments for easy cleaning, which facilitates the removal of the various parts (and the once-harder process of putting everything back together afterwards). First and foremost, turn off your machine and unplug it, to cool it down and avoid injuries. After removing each part, I recommend soaking them in warm water and vinegar for an hour or so before washing and scrubbing them with a backflush detergent (like Cafiza or PuroCaf). Then rinse everything thoroughly (you don’t want soap ruining the taste of the coffee) and then wipe each part dry with a towel so most hard-water impurities are reduced; carefully then place everything in its right place.…

How to Make Coffee with a Coffee PressThe coffee press has different names all over the world, but it most commonly referred to simply as the French press – because of its origins, presumably.  It is a very simple and effective way to make coffee, and doesn’t even require electricity or a fire per se’, as it’s used as a special mug to mix coffee and boiling water, and to later filter out the grounds.

Using one of these manual machines is quite simple but requires some preparation beforehand. Most importantly is the coffee to be used: the French press requires a rougher blend than other machines. This is because its integrated filter has bigger holes, meaning that a fine blend of grounds will pass though the filter and make the coffee undrinkable. There are several French-press-specific grounds which can be purchased and those are advised; for a better flavor though, I encourage you to grind your own beans right before brewing. Another thing to prepare before you can brew your coffee is the water; water needs to be boiled separately in either a boiler or kettle. I’ll underline that the water needs to be boiling.

To start brewing, you will first pour the coffee grounds in the beaker, with the filter removed. Then pour the boiling water in (the best way to do this is to pour a little water at first, just enough to cover the grounds and waiting a few seconds until it foams up and then pouring the rest of it). Ideally, an ounce of coffee should accompany 3 cups of water – but it all depends whether you want a stronger or weaker mix. You then stir everything with a spoon for several seconds, and then place the filter into place. The next step is to wait 3-4 minutes and then pumping the filter down (with the top handle) a few times to squash the beans and extract the most out of them. Final step is to have the filter pushed down and while pouring the coffee in you mug.

There are only 2 negative outcomes and they both have simple solutions. One case is when you feel your coffee to have too many grains of coffee: it means your grounds were too fine and need bigger ones next time. Number two happens if you leave the coffee in the coffee press for too long (over 10-15 minutes): the coffee beans get burned, making your coffee taste too bitter (though some may actually prefer it this way).…

Talking about signature coffee drinks, perhaps the most common of them all is the espresso. The Italians have made an art out of making them; and learning how to make the perfect espresso takes practice but it is totally doable.

The traditional way of making espresso is by using the moka pot: that little teapot-looking boiler made of a metal. It works quite differently from a drip coffee machine because the hot water, instead of going downwards, is made to go upwards. The bottom part, filled with a little bit of water (ideally in level just below the little steam hole) is covered by a re-usable funnel shaped metal filter which is then filled with your preferred coffee grounds. Getting the perfect amount is where the trick is at: you want the filter to be completely full and partially pressed to brew an awesome cup of coffee; but pressing too much coffee grounds in it can result in water not being able to pass and burning the whole batch. Coffee ground size also plays a vital role in this: a fine mixture will require less pressing, while its rougher grainy counterpart will come out better if pressed more. It takes a lot of practice to get it right. I’ve had my own troubles too when I tried it out the first several rounds. Anyway, once the coffee grounds are placed, you can twist the top on and place it on your burner or cooker. Because moka pots are relatively small (most make 2-4 little cups) it doesn’t take long to brew; but keep in mind that the slower the fire, the better the taste, the stronger the aroma, and the more dense the crema (the thin layer of coffee which looks foamy).

Read More –

While a couple of decades ago, manual espresso machines were only used in bars (how traditional Italian coffee houses were, and still are, called) because of their bulky size, there are now smaller versions which are widely available for home use. The basic principle is still the same: as the water boils it creates pressure which pushes the water upwards and into the coffee filter, giving it lots of time and heat to concentrate the whole load of coffee grounds into a little shot of espresso. The benefits of using these machines is that the water doesn’t have to be loaded each time, as there is a larger compartment available for it: all you have to do is occasionally take it out, clean it (Italians say that they never use soap as it can affect the taste of the coffee and only rinse it thoroughly with warm water – but whether you want to use soap is your call), and load it up with water again. When you want to brew, you twist the arm to set it loose and place your coffee grounds – directly from the package or, for an even better coffee, after grinding the beans yourself. Here, it’s your decision once again on how much you press it, just like with the traditional moka pot. Most machines nowadays have various options, such as a single shot or double shot (which can be drank by 1 person in 1 cup, or two people in two cups if the machine allows it) – press the desired option, and enjoy your espresso. Maintenance with these machines is pretty minimal: apart from the controversial water tank, the twisty arm’s filter can be easily removed and washed after every several uses, and the drip tray needs only to be wiped whenever a little drop ends up coming down too late. Dont forget to check out our page about the best milk frother available, to truly enjoy your espresso experience, especially if you’re looking for a great cappuccino or latte.…