Your 22-page guide to making the perfect cup of coffee.


Cover of the Coffee Crimes guide to making perfect coffee.Make better coffee every time by avoiding these 11 Coffee Crimes.

OK, maybe making so-so coffee isn't exactly a crime. But it's at least a misdemeanor!

And truth be told, bad coffee is often caused by the coffee maker and/or the coffee beans you're buying.

But sometimes the person making the coffee is to blame too.

Check out all 11 crimes, and solve the ones that are spoiling your coffee, at home or at work.

You'll find out what can go wrong in three different areas:

#1: Brewer Crimes – where it’s the brewer that’s at fault.

#2: Process Crimes – where we focus on the various mistakes you can make yourself while preparing and brewing your coffee.

#3: Coffee Crimes – where it’s the coffee itself, whether whole bean or ground – that is the root of the problem.

11 crimes revealed and solved, all in just 22 pages.

  • If you get the Coffee Crimes guide and you start making better coffee, great.

  • If you get it and your coffee doesn't get any better, ask for your money back. No problem.

To make great coffee every time, get your copy of Coffee Crimes right now.

It’s a quick PDF download, priced at just $4.95. No waiting or hassle. 








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