Coffeewala Per Coffee Mug 300 Rupees.
“To fridge or not to fridge, that is the question” -Author Unknown, but possibly a contemporary of Shakespeare How many of us have heard that putting your beans or grounds in the fridge or freezer are suppose to keep the coffee tasting fresh longer? See Keeping It Fresh for more info. I know I have done so … [Read more…]
Yet another really great way to get the most taste out of your coffee and absolutely amazing for travel! Recipe: (1) aeropress scoop (17 g, 3 tbl sps) of freshly roasted, freshly ground coffee (medium grind) Take the plunger and place it upside down and push it into the brewing tube until the rubber portion … [Read more…]
There are many styles of pots that can be used to make Turkish Coffee, preferred would be a pot made of copper or steel, but aluminum is also good. For every 150 ml of water, add two table spoons of finely ground coffee. Use freshly ground and freshly roasted coffee for the best effect. My … [Read more…]
There are many varieties available in the Indian market such as glass, aluminum, and stainless steel. The key is choosing one of sturdy material, and especially a good plunger and filter. Brewing Measurements Filter: Water (ml): Coffee (grams): Infusion Time: # of People: 3 Cup French Press 300 19 3:00 1 4 Cup French Press … [Read more…]
This is by far my favorite method, but does take some time to setup and perform. Brewing Measurements Filter: Water (ml): Coffee (grams): Infusion Time: # of People: #2 Filter Cone 300 16 (approx. 2 tbl sp) 2:30 1 #2 Filter (for iced coffee) 240 ml ice (8-9 ice cubes) and 240 ml water 28 … [Read more…]
This method of brewing coffee can be found throughout SE Asia, especially in Thailand, Vietnam, and Malaysia. Soon Coffeewala Roasters will offer cloth filters on our website. The coffee sock is made of muslin cloth and is sewn around a wire that allows you to hold the sock above your coffee mug. Use a fine … [Read more…]
My friend Farid is now brewing Coffeewala Roasters coffee with a South Indian filter. It tastes really good, something between a french press and pour over coffee. Plus, now he’s offering choco butter coffee–not what you think, actually it’s amazingly tasty for those who like more dessert style coffee. Anyhow, he’s having a lot of … [Read more…]