Grounding French Press Coffee
I hope you find some comfort and grounding with this warming coffee, my friends.
As a mommy, former teacher, and HSP/empath, the news lately has felt incredibly heavy and emotional on many levels. My anxiety level has been higher than it has in a very long time, and I am doing my best to practice grounding and mindfulness whenever possible. It’s also incredibly important to me that I share these methods whenever and however I can with you all.
This grounding French press is something that provides a natural boost in the morning, or as a midday recharge, while encouraging a connection to nature, the earth, and a sense of centeredness in the midst of chaos. This may be a little step in your day, but each little thing can aid in adding up to a bigger, better balance.
I will continue to send healing love and light back into the universe each day for anyone open to receiving it, and support the need for positive, bigger, better, beautiful change in the world. Namaste, my friends.
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Prep Time: 25 Minutes
Yield: 34 Ounces / 3-4 Servings
4 scoops ground coffee
⅛ teaspoon cardamom
1 cinnamon stick
Half a vanilla bean split down the center, or ½ teaspoon vanilla extract
1 2-inch piece of fresh ginger
1 teaspoon cacao powder or chopped dark chocolate *per serving
Warmed milk of choice for coffee *per serving
Steep coffee for 25 minutes in a 34-ounce French press pot with cloves, cardamom, cinnamon stick, and vanilla bean.
Pour over warmed milk of choice and some crumbled cacao or extra dark chocolate, and maybe a bit of maple syrup for added sweetness. Stir and sip with a quiet, reflective moment.