How to brew coffee in Turku? Review
Many of us start your day with a Cup of coffee. Someone still half asleep and presses the button on the coffee machine, some are making coffee in a mug, and someone making coffee in the Turk. For fans to open their eyes in the morning with the help of coffee it should be noted that Turkish coffee is stronger.”
Turkish coffee pot (cezve, wine) – a thick-walled vessel with a narrow neck, which came to us from the East, together with a method of preparing
So, how to cook Turkish coffee?
What a ridiculous question, – will answer coffee lovers, – take Turku, put coffee, pour water, put on the fire and wait until it boils. It turns out, all is not so simple. Coffee can be spoiled in many ways, says Sergey Dorokhov, certified Barista and a taster, judge and organizer coffee Championships with a wealth of experience, co-owner of coffee Cascara, as well as our Advisor on coffee matters.
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How to brew coffee in Turku
Most residents of modern cities is rarely the question arises, how to prepare coffee Turk. Because almost every home, office and even on the streets eating machines to brew this drink. So recipes coffee in Turku now known only to a few fans.
You will need:
Water – 60 g;
Fine ground coffee – 1 teaspoon;
Sugar, spices to taste.
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In our hectic pace of life on account literally every minute. And they have to save on everything, even on food and beverages. Instant porridge and purees, prepared sandwiches, packet tea… Because of that, people who know how to brew coffee in Turku, cause youth involuntary respect. After tasting ready to drink, they feel a burning desire to learn how to do it as well.
Not surprisingly, only in a cezve (also known as Turku) it turns out really dense, fragrant and strong. In it in full retains all the aromatic and flavoring substances. Besides, who wouldn’t want to impress Continue reading
What to brew the coffee
The taste of coffee depends not only on the coffees. No less important is the method of cooking. Currently, there are several.
Coffee in Turku
The oldest and simplest way widely used today, is brewing
coffee in a pot (cezve or wine). The name of this vessel is easy to guess that this method came to Europe from the East. There it began to brew the coffee, first in the usual saucepans, then in a special, ornate. Over time, for the convenience of one-pot handle was removed. The remaining extended, curved, flattened. Supervisory Arabs noticed that, if the pot at a certain height to make a more narrow and the edge of the widening, the coffee is even more delicious.
Traditional Turkish coffee is not brewed on the stove, and in the hot sand, burying him on the neck Turku with water and coffee. The water begins to boil, and Turku immediately pulled out of the sand. Continue reading