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5 South Indian filter coffee storage hacks that will keep your coffee fresh

The most hectic work of a coffee lover is to protect his/her South Indian filter coffee from air and humidity, so it does not become stone hard. Isn’t it? We have been getting a lot of queries regarding the proper storage of South Indian filter coffee. So, this blog is all about letting you know the best ways to store an authentic South Indian filter coffee powder.

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Why is proper storage required for South Indian filter coffee?

The main reason behind why one should store South Indian filter coffee powder properly, is in order to maintain its freshness. In order to enjoy an incredible cup of coffee, you need your coffee powder in the fresh form.

And someone who has been into coffee consumption will be able to find out the quality of coffee immediately. So, to avoid the hardening of your coffee and to keep them fresh, you need a proper storage hack for the same.

The main things you need to avoid during storage of South Indian filter coffee is their exposure to light, air, heat, and moisture. All these four things lead to oxidization of your coffee powder and alter the taste and quality of your coffee.

Apart from just focus on a good container, the one more thing you can do to protect your South Indian filter coffee is by keeping the container in cool and dry place. Because the location of the container also matters a lot.

 

5 Best South Indian filter coffee storage hacks

 

After all the research and suggestions from different people, we have come to conclusion about these 5 types of storage techniques that preserves your South Indian filter coffee very well. Go ahead and give it a read.

An air tight stainless steel container

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Usually stainless steel containers come with a cap that is also made up of steel. But, with time these caps lose their grip over the container and this is how the air and moisture enters. So, make sure when you buy the steel container, the cap is made up of flexible plastic which has solid grip over it. And, moreover, these plastic caps are replaceable easily if and when their grip loosens.

 

Opaque container with thick walls and sealed cap

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Usually, an opaque container is preferred for the storage of South Indian filter coffee because that is how you stop light from entering it. Also, a sealed cap of screw design along with rubber gasket is recommended.

There are containers available with black and brown coloured walls and it helps in protecting your coffee from heat and the oxidizing effects of light.

 

Ceramic container with sealed cap

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Ceramic containers are very famous since a very old time in India. Be it pickle or any edible stuff, the villagers believed that it is the least reactive container and it would preserve the quality of the item stored in it.

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Hence, undoubtedly you can store your coffee in that container but make sure that cap is not loosely held around the neck. But otherwise, ceramic containers are really good for storing South Indian filter coffee powder. Also, while replacing the coffee with new one, you can probably wash the container and leave it in sun for few hours. This will remove all the moisture content and prepare the ceramic container for storing the new pack of coffee.

 

Double walled container with carbon filter

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How can we forget the latest technology? There are containers available with doubled walls inside and it protects the coffee powder even when you keep it in a moist and hot area. The thermal protection keeps the South Indian filter coffee powder all protected.

On the other hand, these containers are also provided with carbon filter that adsorbs all the moisture and protects your coffee powder. Isn’t it really helpful in terms of technology?

 

Seal the container with paper wraps

It is believed that paper is very organic form of sealing. Whether you are carrying hot/cold water or you want to store something for a long time; paper works really well in absorbing the moisture. All you have to do here is first fix a paper lining inside the container and then add South Indian filter coffee to it.

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Apart from this, you can first add coffee and then cover the neck with two to three layers of paper and then cover it with cap of the container. This is one of the most cost effective way to mend the loosened cap and also protect your filter coffee powder in general.

 

 

So, now that you know the exact thing that you must do in order to preserve your South Indian filter coffee, why is the delay? Go buy our authentic filter coffee that will give you feels of tradition and a punch of purest cocoa beans. Not only the containers, but our coffee also comes with a promise to last with you for a longer period of time. We hope you don’t feel disheartened because of oxidization of your filter coffee powder anymore.

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8 Different ways to make South Indian filter coffee every morning

Cheers to all the diehard coffee lovers because only we feel the power when caffeine kicks in! Every morning we wake up with the same old brewing schedule, but here is something interesting for you. You will get to know the magic that a South Indian filter coffee can do to your mornings. It’s time to start ignoring the queue at Starbucks and brew your own fabulous coffee using one simple ingredient.

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Here, we have 8 yummy and healthy South Indian filter coffee hacks that will blow your mind. Believe it or not, you will forget about fancy café after tasting these creations. Go ahead and read these 8 amazing South Indian filter coffee twists and tell us your favourite ones.

 

Dairy free vanilla latte

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If you always think of new ways to prepare your morning coffee, here is a dairy free technique. A mixture of South Indian filter coffee syrup with coconut or almond milk that has soothing smooth taste and unforgettable flavour. Some sugar free vanilla will just take this filter coffee recipe to another level.

People who love thick and smooth shakes but also want to avoid sugar loaded coffees will fall in love with this version of South Indian filter coffee.

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Soothing mocha

This mocha is for all the cocoa lovers who keep adding chocolate syrups into their coffee and regret it later. Now, make a coffee that does not ask you to do double workout later. Mix unsweetened cocoa powder with South Indian filter coffee decoction and freeze it into cubes.

You can drop a cube into a cup of low fat skimmed milk every morning with some brown sugar and relish a cold brewed mocha every morning.

 

Royal fusion of syrups

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How many times did you think of adding multiple flavours to your coffee? If not yet, then this might be a wonderful chance for you to do that! Here, in this filter coffee recipe, you mix honey, sugar free vanilla, South Indian filter coffee decoction, and some brown sugar syrup.

This pure coffee brown syrup will be a strong and healthy punch for your morning. It will help you get over your guilty pleasures of consuming coffee and turn it into a healthy addiction.

 

Honey cinnamon coffee

Are you more of a spice person? Then why not add some fainting hint of cinnamon into your authentic South Indian filter coffee? Just brew it with honey and cinnamon powder and you can also add some brown sugar if honey is giving a mild sweetness.

Also, this lovely coffee can be relished with almond milk or coconut milk too! You will never be able to forget the soothing taste of this particular South Indian filter coffee recipe. Also, not to forget, cinnamon and honey are excellent if you are down on health. So, you can deal with sick days without cutting down on coffee.

 

Chilled nutty coffee

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We have all admired hazelnut flavours in our coffee and milkshakes. It’s time to make some fabulous stuff for ourselves every morning and refresh our bodies with a healthy drink. This is one simple thing that you can create with South Indian filter coffee. Grind the nuts with almond milk and make sure you remove the chunks of nuts after filtering it well through sieve.

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Mix it with South Indian filter coffee with absolutely no sugar because the natural flavour of nutty coffee will be lost. You can even freeze the South Indian filter coffee syrup and drop one cube to your nutty almond milk every morning. Absolutely sugar free solution to your mornings.

 

Yogurt based protein punch

In all our previous blogs on recipes from South Indian filter coffee, we have mentioned about smoothies. But, not all drinks that have bananas are smoothies, right? So, this is totally fat free start to your coffee addiction where you can churn the yogurt to thin water like consistency. Add just half of a banana to make it protein rich and healthy.

Then goes your authentic South Indian filter coffee decoction and mix it well. It is best serve in a normal or chilled form because an early morning hot caffeinated drink could just stimulate your acidity.

 

Spicy pumpkin coffee

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For people willing to add some extra elements in their coffee, here is your chance to workout without leaving the addiction of coffee. Mashed pumpkin mixed with cinnamon powder is your go to drink in the morning if you are a gym freak.

Add South Indian filter coffee decoction and just go with the flow. You can add unsweetened vanilla if you are not a big fan of pumpkin mash.

 

Smooth minty coffee cream

So here comes the favourite of all! The minty flavour with almond milk and of course our favourite South Indian filter coffee. This special recipe is for everyone who wants to give a nice kick to their mornings.

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Just mix crushed mint leaves to your almond milk alongside South Indian filter coffee syrup and mix it well. The flavour will come out so well and you will fall in love with this. If you have a sweet tooth, you can very well add brown sugar or honey because a little carb does no harm.

 

We know you all are thrilled to try out these easy coffee recipes from South Indian filter coffee. All you need is a little scratch from your kitchen and our authentic South Indian filter coffee powder. We wish you a very happy brewing every morning from now on and don’t forget to share your feedback with us.

 

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8 Easy to make diabetic desserts from South Indian filter coffee that are low on carb content

The higher there is a restriction of desserts for diabetic patients, the more you see them demanding for one. And sometimes, it is really difficult to tell them not to eat something while everyone else is enjoying the sweets. So, here we have something very special for diabetics made of South Indian filter coffee. These are 8 yummy as well as healthy desserts made of South Indian filter coffee which are diabetic friendly.

 

Is South Indian filter coffee good for diabetics?

As per a research conducted at Harvard in 2014, over 100,000 people were observed and studied who consumed coffee. It was concluded that people who had added an extra cup of coffee in their daily routine had 11% lower chances of suffering from type 2 diabetes.

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Also, it was found that people who reduced a cup of coffee from their daily routine were 17% more prone to the risk of diabetes. Clearly, the caffeine content in the coffee helps you to be on safer side.  And the South Indian filter coffee that we have for you is the most authentic and brings backs the flavours from three decades ago.

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8 Diabetic friendly dessert from South Indian filter coffee

 

Ragi crepe with chocolaty spread

A very healthy option for ragi lovers because it comes with a combination of chocolaty flavour. Just make a batter of overnight soaked ragi and add some honey for natural sweetening. Now, mix the yoghurt with South Indian filter coffee syrup and make a smooth paste. You can spread it over the thin ragi crepe and make a roll. Also, you can garnish it with dry fruits or berries and it will do no harm to your glucose level.

 

Avocado brownies

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Avocados have become a really healthy alternative to almost all the food items. It is one of the most preferred keto element for people who are a huge fan of brownies, chocolates and pies. All you have to do is mix South Indian filter coffee decoction with avocado pulp. Mix a little amount of crushed cookies, oats, and pure dark chocolate with little or no sugar content. Brush the baking tray with some olive oil and pour the thick batter into it. Now, bake it like normal loaf of bread for some time and your yummy brownie is ready. The texture, taste, and aroma seems exactly like the actual brownies.

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Sandwich pies

If you love dry fruits, then this will prove to be the best diabetic dessert made of South Indian filter coffee. Just mix boiled carrots and boiled pumpkins together with South Indian filter coffee decoction. Mix it well and add some ragi along with baking powder. Now, in a pie tray, add small amount of batter and put crushed cry fruits in them. Top it with some more batter and bake! Your crunchy and gooey sandwich pie made of South Indian filter coffee is ready to be attacked.

 

Coffee soymilk popsicles

This is as simple as you wished a healthy and yummy diabetic dessert to be. All you have to do is mix South Indian filter coffee decoction with soy milk and run it in mixer by adding some brown sugar. You will see a frothy drink is ready which can be consumed as it is. Also, it becomes even better if you add crushed cardamom and freeze it for few hours in popsicle mould. The yummy popsicles will blow your mind during summer and will also quench your thirst for coffee.

 

Sugar free mousse cake

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This is just one of the most innovative methods that will impress you and make you want to cook it again and again. Boil some carrots and mix it with crushed oats which are soaked in water overnight. Drain the water and mix it with mashed carrots. For some enhancement of taste, you can add chocolate chips in it and also grated dry fruits. Mix South Indian filter coffee with thick yoghurt and add a layer of it in between the layers of carrot and crushed oats.

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Coffee cake bombs

Cake bombs are getting very fancy and there is no reason why diabetics cannot fulfill their cravings. You can prepare ragi crepes and crush them into small chunks. Now, add some South Indian filter coffee decoction along with brown sugar and make balls of the mixture. Let it freeze and soak all the South Indian filter coffee decoction, and then you can dip them into pure dark chocolates and freeze it again. Top it with coconut powder and some canned cherries. It will taste fabulous for parties too!

 

Faux cheese cake

This is one of the healthiest cheese cake you might have heard of ever. You just have to crush dry fruits, ragi cookies, and add some boiled pumpkin to it. Make a firm layer of cookie and again make a thick mixture of yoghurt and South Indian filter coffee decoction. Spread it on top and freeze. You cheese cake which is yummy but not calorie loaded, is ready to grab.

 

Chocolate digestive cookie

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Make some ragi cookie batter and add South Indian filter coffee decoction instead of water or oil along with crushed oats. Now, you can top it with chocolate chips and these cookies are just ready to be baked. You can crush it into fruit salad if you need a healthier alternative.

 

So, now that you know all these possible options of diabetic friendly dessert using South Indian filter coffee, we want you to play with them. These are not only fit for diabetes patients, but also useful for those who are going to gym and are on low carb diet strictly. Let us know which one is your favourite and suggest some more to our other readers. Hope you had a great time exploring these recipes!