Sugar and Creamer for Your Perfect Cup of Coffee
When it comes to perfecting your cup of coffee, adding sugar and creamer may make all the difference. Depending on your taste, you may want to put in more or less of either of these two ingredients. Let’s explore how much sugar and creamer to put in your coffee.
How Much Sugar?
When it comes to sugar, there really is no right or wrong answer. You will want to add sugar until you reach your desired sweetness level. A general rule of thumb is to start with 1 teaspoon (5ml) of sugar per cup (236ml) of coffee. You should be aware that some sugars, such as demerara, have a much stronger taste than regular cane sugar – so you may not need as much. Taste your coffee before you add more and adjust accordingly.
How Much Creamer?
Again, there is no one-size-fits-all answer to how much creamer should be added to coffee. You may want to try starting with 1 tablespoon (15ml) of creamer per cup. If you are using a liquid creamer, check the measuring directions on the container as they may differ. You may want to taste the coffee and adjust the amount of creamer as needed until you find your desired flavor.
Mixing Sugar and Creamer in Coffee
When adding both sugar and creamer to coffee, it is important to mix them together before pouring the coffee. This will help to ensure the ingredients are properly distributed in the cup. First, add the sugar to the cup and then the creamer – stirring both together until dissolved. Finally, pour hot coffee into the cup and stir.
The amount of sugar and creamer you should add to your coffee will ultimately depend on personal preference; some people like it sweeter, some people like more creamer, etc. A general rule of thumb is to start with 1 teaspoon (5ml) of sugar and 1 tablespoon (15ml) of creamer. Taste your coffee and adjust as needed until you reach your desired flavor.