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I have tried with some success "bain-marie". I put the coffee maker in a pot with water and make it boil. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't, i don't understand why.


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Why not try a small batch and decide for yourself. Rather than throw out beans, I’ve reroasted beans which were too blond for my taste, they were too expensive to just pitch. They tasted pleasant and milder after a reroast. I know all the experts naysay reroasting but it’s you that’s going to drink it.


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You can definitely put a whole stick of cinnamon in with your coffee grounds or tea leaves. If your cinnamon stick is very tightly coiled, the hot water may not reach the inside of the coil. Split the stick lengthwise so the water can more easily reach the inside of the bark (that way you get flavor out of both sides of the cinnamon bark instead of just one ...


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Generally agreed with Tetsujin, but I'd personally recommend that for coffee or tea specifically, grind it into coarse chips and add it to the tea leaves or coffee grounds. In my experience that's the best way to get a nice, noticeable, though not strong, cinnamon flavor in your drink with no unpleasant textural experiences. Sticks look nice, but impart ...


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Most people just use ready-ground cinnamon. It's much cheaper & just stirs in with no chewy, twiggy bits. Of course, it looks a whole lot better with en entire stick of cinnamon bark sticking out of a tall, elegant glass/mug, but the amount of flavour you're going to get from it is going to be minimal in comparison. If you're cooking with cinnamon, it ...


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