How to brew Turkish Coffee

How to brew Turkish Coffee
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Synopsis: Find out how to make turkish coffee.

How to brew Turkish (or Greek) Coffee:

  1. Fill up the ibrik (copper pot) with cold water until it's approximately 2/3 full.
  2. For sweetened coffee, add a sweetener like sugar into the ibrik.
  3. Add the appropriate amount of ground coffee. It is recommended that you use more coffee than needed, as it would add to the thickness of the foam. The coffee will then form a cap over the water
  4. Heat the ibrik and watch as the boiling water will bubble up through the coffee grounds.
  5. Remove the ibrik from heat when the water begins to foam up.
  6. Allow the coffee to settle and bring it back to the heat source.
  7. Repeat the last two steps until the coffee has foamed up three times.
  8. Stir and serve the drink into either a demi-tasse or an espresso cup.
  9. Let the coffee grounds settle and then drink up.

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