Things You Need to Know About the Turkish Coffee Pot
There are some excellent varieties of coffee pots known to help you brew the finest coffee that you would have ever tasted. The most important aspect of the Turkish coffee is the powder which should be very finely ground. A lot of connoisseurs of Turkish coffee are disappointed either about the lack of aroma or the bitter taste that could come because of over boiling. The turkish coffee pot is one of the best ways to brew the coffee, water and sugar mixture to perfection. Also known as Cezve or ibrik, this pot is made of ceramic, stainless steel or aluminum.
This pot comes with a long handle in the traditional style to prevent one from burning the hands while brewing coffee. The coffee pot usually has a long ‘necks’ and is also used to make Greek coffee aka Briki. The finest Turkish coffee is an excellent combination of a good coffee pot and dark roasted coffee brewed to the right extent. Moreover, irrespective of whether you use coffee powders from Asia or from Latin America, it has to be ensured that the powder is finely ground with an impressive consistency.
An exciting thing to notice about Turkish coffee is that a fine layer of foam is formed on top of the coffee indicating that the coffee has been brewed well. The long necked pots are used so that there is sufficient place for the foam layer to be actually formed over the coffee. Brass or copper are used so that heat is conducted well to the brewing mixture. For a Turkish coffee, there are four different sweetness levels as well with no sugar or varying amounts of sugar to cater to the individual requirements of the coffee lover looking to enjoy a good Turkish coffee.
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