This Sunday evening, all we want to do is pretend we’re in a Turkish romantic drama and sip Turkish coffee with bae, brewed in a copper coffee pot. Preparing an outstanding cup of Turkish coffee is an excellent way to demonstrate your coffee-making abilities.
This method of brewing coffee does not require filtering because the coffee powder is ground so finely that it resembles flour and dissolves into the drink. It’s a very straightforward brewing technique, but requires considerable practise to achieve a nice foamy head on top.
If you, like us, are obsessed with Turkish dramas, check out the recipe for Turkish Coffee with Green Cardamom below:
2 demi-tasse cup lukewarm water
2 tbsp extra finely ground coffee, preferably dark-roasted Arabica. Other varieties of coffee beans are acceptable, and a blend of dark and light roasts is enjoyable.
1–3 teaspoon sugar, options: Turkish coffee is available in three sweetness levels: “less sweet,” which uses 1/2 teaspoon sugar per cup, “medium sweet,” which uses 1 teaspoon sugar per cup (equal to the amount of coffee), and “extra sweet,” which uses 2 teaspoons sugar per cup. Additionally, you can omit the sugar entirely.