Coffee Brewing Tips

Tips for making it DDelicious everytime!

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Brew at home with our flavored packages and K-Cup® packs. Original Blend, Dunkin’ Dark® Roast, Dunkin’ Decaf, French Vanilla, and Hazelnut flavors available. Learn more

  • Store your coffee in cool, dry spaces at room temperature for best results.
  • Clean your brewer and carafe before brewing for even better coffee.
  • Coffee absorbs flavors and aromas of anything around it. Store it in an airtight container to keep it fresher for longer.
  • Ground coffee remains fresh for up to seven days after opening, whole bean coffee up to 20 days.
  • The longer your coffee is on the burner, the more bitter it gets. After 20 minutes, it can be downright mean.
  • Reheating your coffee is a recipe for bad coffee. Instead, use the burner or an insulated mug to keep it pipin’ hot.
  • The finer you grind it, the stronger the flavor gets. Experiment to see what’s your grind.

 

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Choose from Original Blend, Dunkin’ Dark®  Roast, Dunkin’ Decaf, French Vanilla, and Hazelnut flavors to make your icy treat. Available in K-Cup® packs and packaged coffee. Learn more.

  • Keep iced coffee cooler for longer by storing it in the fridge. Not rocket science, but coffee science.
  • Let the pot cool off before adding ice. Helps to take it off the burner, too.
  • Melting ice dilutes the coffee. Which is why you should brew your iced coffee with twice the amount of coffee grinds you use for hot coffee.
  • Left unrefrigerated, iced coffee is only good for eight hours after brewing. Short but sweet.
  • Add enough ice to double your iced coffee’s volume for deliciously cool results.
  • Seal your icy brew in an airtight container to retain that awesome freshness.