How to make the perfect coffee with a few ingredients from the UK

LEVIN PAGET/AFP/Getty Images LEVINE, Virginia (CBSDC) — It’s the perfect morning routine for those of us who live in rural areas where the coffee shops aren’t open 24 hours a day.

So it makes perfect sense to start with a little bit of French toast.

But how do you make it yourself?

This is a recipe for the best coffee you’ll ever have, and it’s actually pretty simple.

There’s a whole lot of stuff in there, so it can be pretty intimidating to find all of it.

But we’ve got you covered, and with a pinch of salt and pepper, you’ll be ready to make a cup of coffee on your morning walk to the mall or the gym.

Here are all the ingredients you’ll need: 1 tablespoon of ground coffee beans 1/2 cup of sugar 1 teaspoon of cinnamon 1/4 teaspoon of cloves 1 teaspoon ground nutmeg 1 teaspoon water 1 teaspoon vanilla extractToast the ground coffee, add the sugar and cinnamon to the coffee, then whisk it around until the sugar is completely dissolved.

This will take a few minutes.

Add the nutmeg and water, and stir to combine.

Then pour the mixture into a small mug and let it cool to room temperature.

You can use a mug with a lid, or a non-stick one.

We prefer the non-sticks because they keep the coffee cold for longer.

Once you’ve made the coffee for the first time, let it steep for about five minutes.

It’ll become soft and gooey.

It’s a good idea to cover the mug to prevent it from drying out, as it can make a bitter flavor.

Next, put in the sugar, cinnamon and cloves, whisk them around until they’re well combined.

Once they’re mixed together, add a pinch or two of salt.

Then, pour the coffee mixture into the mug and add the vanilla extract.

Let the mixture sit for a minute to let it settle.

Add more sugar if it needs it, or add more vanilla to taste.

The coffee will continue to steep for an hour or two, depending on how much you add to the mixture.

When it’s a little more bubbly, you can add more water.

After you’ve finished adding the coffee to the mug, you’ve got a tasty, delicious cup of espresso.