Decaf Coffee Wake Up Like Caffeinated Coffee

I am a person that cannot drink caffeinated coffee, soft drinks or tea because they trigger migraines. As I drank regular beverages for years trying to wake up drinking decaf coffee didn’t really do it for me. Hence being a witch I put a spell on the decaf coffee to wake me up like caffeinated coffee but without all the side effects like shaking from too much caffeine or not being able to fall asleep at a decent hour.

It also goes great with a full breakfast, muffins, cake, an afternoon pick me up, etc.

In order for the spell to give you the correct out come be 100 % sure of the direction you are stiring in at the right correct direction for each part of the spell. Also make sure you keep the intent of the spell, which is making you feel more awake when you need to be, as the main thought in your mind as you make the coffee, get the wooden spoon, pouring the coffee in to whatever kind of cup you use, and especially as you take that wonderful first sip. Is it just me or do others think the very first spin of coffee is the best taste of most days?

Items Needed:

Decaf coffee – however much you want to make at a time

Wooden Spoon (A metal or plastic spoon does not seem to work as well when you are storing the pot of coffee)

Coffee Cup, Mug, Travel Mug, Saucer or whatever reciprocal you drink your coffee from

Teaspoon to stir in whatever you use in your coffee.

Wide Awake with Decaf Coffee Spell

Stirring three times clockwise each time the spoon goes around in the coffee pot say “I stir you to awaken me.”

Stirring three times counter-clockwise each time the spoon goes around in the coffee pot say, “I no longer feel tired.”

At the end say, “As I will it, so mote it be.” Or however you end your spells.

Pour your decaffeinated coffee in to your receptacle than add whatever you drink in your coffee with the teaspoon stir ingredients together in a clockwise direction. This is the time to put a little extra push into the intention of the spell.

Drink the bespelled decaffeinated coffee for a minimum of 7 days as your physical body needs time to adjust to the missing caffeine. If it is to hard to go straight to decaffeinated than buy and use a small container half caffeinated and half decaffeinated coffee after you have used all the half and half than buy straight decaffeinated. Believe it or not caffeine is a legal drug that you can mentally and physically get addicted to. I know this is a very hard thing I’m asking you to do as I drank 2 go 3 pots of regular coffee in 1 twenty-four for many many years. So if you need help or want someone to talk to about your caffeine withdrawal please email me LadyBeltane@aol.com

Copyright 2011 Lady Beltane

Please let me know if it works or not for you.

 

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THE BUCKET LIST: 37 DIFFERENT TYPES OF COFFEE TO TRY by Asser Christensen

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I get it; coffee can be confusing. Back in the days, you only really had to think about whether you wanted it with sugar or milk, or just black, but recently more and more crazy concoctions have sprung up.

This is my attempt at making a list that covers all different types of coffee and whether you should try them or not.

COMMON TYPES OF BLACK COFFEES

  1. Drip Coffee: This is the classic coffee from your childhood. It’s brewed with a drip coffee machine and a paper filter. You already know whether or not you like this coffee, so I’m not going to give you any advice here.
  2. Batch Brew: This kind of coffee is similar to drip coffee, but usually it’s made with a larger brewing device. Many specialty coffee shops have started offering this type of coffee, which means that it’s often an excellent option if you want a delicious cup of coffee with no additions.
  3. Espresso: A tiny cup of coffee, usually around 1 oz, originating in Italy. Brewed on an espresso machine that can force hot water through a puck of finely ground coffee with at least 9 bars of pressure. Espresso has a layer of golden-brownish crema on top. This type of coffee is the foundation of many other coffee drinks.
  4. Americano: This type of coffee is an espresso diluted with hot water. Strength-wise it’s usually slightly stronger than drip coffee, and the flavor is often a bit more ‘roasty’ and intense.
  5. Pour Over: Similar to drip coffee, except it has been brewed manually by the barista. Often he or she will use a small pour overcone from a company such as Hario and slowly add water with a gooseneck kettle. One of my favorite brew methods.
  6. Instant coffee: Pour hot water on freeze-dried coffee. Stir. Easy to make but usually not very tasty as a cheap type of coffee called ‘Robusta’ is mostly used.

LESSER KNOWN BLACK COFFEES

  1. Ristretto: An espresso with only half as much water and an even finer grind size resulting in a super intense flavor.
  2. Doppio: Italian word for ‘double espresso.’
  3. Long Black: Australian expression for ‘Americano.’
  4. Siphon Coffee: Brewed using a glass device called a Siphon or vacuum brewing pot. It relies on vacuum to pull water through ground coffee. Mostly seen in specialty coffee shops like Blue Bottle. A nuanced, yet bold coffee brewing method.
  5. Aeropress: This kind of coffee is made by using something that looks like an oversized syringe. The brew method combines both immersion and infusion. By using air pressure, it forces the brewed coffee through a paper filter. Cup quality can be excellent; a cheap and easy way to make good coffee at home.
  6. Turkish Coffee: Finely ground coffee is boiled in a unique kettle with sugar and served unfiltered. Not only served in Turkey, but also in parts of Eastern Europe and the Middle East.

MILK-BASED COFFEES

  1. Cappuccino: One of the most common types of coffee. Consists of a double shot of espresso and equal parts of steamed milk and milk foam on top.
  2. Latte: A caffe latte (or just latte, as it’s usually called) is a

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