*Originally posted 10/24/2012 on A Little R & R*



Have you ever made a pot of really good coffee and ended up with about a half-pot left over?



I hate throwing stuff out!  Especially good coffee.



Right now I'm making my usual fall/winter coffee (instructions below)



But we all know what old warmed-up coffee tastes like.



YUK!



But I have found a few ways to use up old coffee.



First, pour the remaining coffee in a pitcher and keep in refrigerator.




Method one: Hot coffee:
You will need a mug, water, instant coffee




Fill your mug half-full of water.  Add enough cold leftover coffee to completely fill the mug.  It should look watered down.



Pop in the microwave for 1 1/2 minutes and the add 1 to 1 1/2 spoonfuls of instant coffee.



Enjoy!



Method two: Cold Coffee

 
You will need a mug, milk, sugar

Fill your mug half-full of milk and add enough cold coffee to completely fill the mug.



Add 1-2 teaspoons of sugar.



Enjoy!





Fall/Winter Gourmet Coffee Recipe

You put the usual amount of grounds in the filter plus:

1 teaspoon of cinnamon (or you can use pumpkin pie spice)

1 teaspoon vanilla



Continue as usual




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