This game-changing coffee maker trick means you’ll never drink bitter espresso again

Whether you can’t start the day without a short intense shot of espresso or you find the only way to avoid the post-lunch slump is with a creamy, long latte, many of us enjoy our daily caffeine fix in the form of coffee.

One of the best espresso machines can ensure that no matter how many times a day you indulge in a cup of java, it won’t be hurting your wallet as much as constantly heading to the nearest coffee shop.

Given Americans now drink 50% more espresso-based hot drinks (including cappuccinos, lattes, and flat whites) than in 2015 according to the National Coffee Association, this is a big saving.

However, brewing the perfect coffee in an espresso machine every time might not be as simple as you first thought.

Lots of aspects can affect the strength of the coffee, such as how tightly compacted the puck (the disc of ground coffee water is pushed through) is and the volume of water in use, but what about bitterness?

There’s nothing worse than going to all the effort of brewing yourself an espresso, only to take a big sip and discover it’s extremely bitter and not worth the sippin’.

If this happens to you regularly, then listen up:  a coffee expert at De’Longhi has shared with us a game-changing tip that means you’ll be able to put an end to bitter coffee.

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