Kyle Maxwell

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“Promised Land” Coffee

This works best with a bold coffee.

Use 2 tablespoons (Tbsp) of freshly ground coffee for every 6 fluid ounces (fl oz.) water. Note that most coffee makers use 4 fl oz. / cup instead of the actual 8 fl oz. / cup. This means that if you fill up your coffee maker to 6 cups, you should actually put in 8 Tbsp:

6 coffee maker cups * 4 fl oz/ cup -> 24 fl oz.

24 fl oz. / (2 Tbsp / 6 fl oz.) -> 8 Tbsp

When placing the grounds in the coffee maker, add a few dashes of cinnamon.

“As for you, take to yourself the choicest perfumes: myrrh in congealed drops… and sweet cinnamon… and sweet calamus”. — Exodus 30:23

During the brewing process, heat up 2-4 fl oz. of milk, possibly in the microwave.

Cover the inside bottom of each mug with a thin layer of honey.

“My son, eat honey, for it is good; and let sweet comb honey be upon your palate.” — Proverbs 24:13

Pour coffee into the mug over the honey and add hot milk to taste.

“And I am proceeding to go down to deliver them out of the hand of the Egyptians and to bring them up out of that land to a land good and spacious, to a land flowing with milk and honey.” — Exodus 3:8

Stir it up to spread the milk and honey evenly throughout the beverage.

“With a man there is nothing better than that he should eat and indeed drink and cause his soul to see good because of his hard work. This too I have seen, even I, that this is from the hand of the true God.” — Ecclesiastes 2:24

Enjoy the time at home with your family and loved ones.

Quotations from the New World Translation of the Holy Scriptures

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