Stop storing your beans in the freezer.
Make your own flavored syrups.
Or add some cinnamon to your coffee grounds.
Reduce bitterness with a pinch of salt.
Make some smooth and delicious cold brew for drinking iced or hot.
Skip the store-bought stuff and make your own flavored creamer.
Or, if you're more of a non-dairy drinker, try your own vanilla cashew milk.
Make ice cubes out of coffee instead of water.
You can also freeze cubes of milk and a bit of sweetener.
Make a timer out of two cups so you can track how long a pot has been sitting there.
Add warm, frothy milk to your coffee by shaking it up in a mason jar before microwaving it.
Blend butter and/or coconut oil into your coffee.
Get a really good travel mug.
Scrub the inside of your coffee mugs with baking soda.
And generally just keep your coffee-making stuff clean.
Reheat your coffee over low heat on the stove.
But actually let your coffee cool off for a bit before you drink it.
Rinse your mug with warm water before pouring.
Pair your coffee with a quick nap.
Choose just one part of your home brewing process to improve.
And, finally, collect mugs that make you feel something every time you reach for them.