Brewing a Traditional South Indian Filter Coffee

All of us coffee lovers have only one thing in mind while we have our coffee in the mornings, how to brew authentic traditional South Indian Coffee?

Brewing a Traditional South Indian Filter Coffee

All of us coffee lovers have only one thing in mind while we have our coffee in the mornings, how to brew authentic traditional South Indian Coffee?
Brewing a cup of simmering hot coffee is an art in itself. The first step in making your South Indian Filter Coffee is to select the perfect blend of coffee powder.
Use our Kumbakonam Filter Coffee powder to get a strong potent extract (The extract is made from dark roasted coffee beans in the proportion of (70%-80%) and chicory (20%-30%). The coffee beans are roasted at an optimum temperature and then ground to obtain the filter coffee powder. The most commonly used coffee beans are Arabica and Robusta, they are grown in the hills of Tamil Nadu (Nilgiris District), Karnataka (Kodagu District), and Kerala (Malabar region).

Preparing Coffee Extract

After selecting your coffee powder your next step is to make the extract. Coffee extract is prepared with a metal vessel that has two cylindrical cups, the upper cup has a one of which has a pierced bottom through which the coffee brew percolates and gets collected in the bottom cup. The upper cup consists of two removable parts namely a pressing disc with a central, a stem handle, and a covering lid.

Preparing Milk

The milk is prepared by procuring pure milk and slowly heating it to the boiling temperature and maintaining the optimal temperature for some time. Milk prepared like this is rich in taste.
Now the extract and milk are mixed by pouring. This frothing coffee is then served in a brass dabarah set to complete its look and enhance its taste.
Prepare your filter coffee at home and start your day on an energetic note.
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