The world’s best coffee maker is a real beauty.
But, when you’ve got a big coffee pot that’s a perfect size for a blue mountain, you’ve found yourself in a real dilemma.
Blue Mountain Coffee Company’s “Bigger Mountain” coffee pot is just too big.
It’s the perfect size to fit a small pot, but you’ll find that a larger pot will fit your smaller coffee pots.
So how do you make the perfect blue mountain?
We’ve compiled a list of 10 essential steps that you can follow to get your favorite coffee pot to fit your coffee pot.
If you’re new to this whole blue mountain thing, here’s what you need to know.
Pick the right coffee pot 2.
Set aside a spot for your pot 3.
Cut the coffee pot into small cubes and place them in the center of your coffee maker’s top notch lid 4.
Put the lid back on your coffee cooker and wait to add coffee 5.
When your pot has been added to the coffee cooker, it will look like a big bowl.
You can pour a little bit of the contents of the coffee cup onto the pot and let the pot cool for about 30 minutes before adding the rest of the beans 6.
When the beans are finished cooking, remove them from the pot, let them cool, and pour the contents onto the lid of your pot.
When you add your coffee, it should be evenly distributed across your coffee cup 8.
You may want to wait until you’re done with your coffee to pour your final cup 9.
This is when you need the top notch liner.
The top notch liners will help keep the pot in its proper position when adding coffee 10.
When it’s time to pour the final cup, simply push down on the top of the pot to pour it onto the coffee.
We know it’s not easy, but it’s really worth it.