How to make coffee in Turku
How to brew coffee in Turku
Many of us start every morning with a Cup of coffee to Wake up, cheer up and gear up for the working day. Others rarely drink coffee in the company of friends.
Coffee can be prepared 2 main ways – on fire (in a cezve, coffee pot), or in a coffee machine. There is also another method, when the container of water is placed in the heated sand and there are already adjusted to the required temperature. Today we will discuss the preparation of coffee in the Turk.
So, how to brew coffee in Turku . Turk is a metal, usually copper container with a long handle. Turks can be calculated for different number of servings (one to 12), all depends on the amount of servings. But in any case, it is important that the coffee prepared at one time.
Coffee has different milling, but for the Turks it is recommended that the one that has a large particle size. So you will receive the optimal combination of aroma and taste. By the way, the grains need to grind right before brewing of the beverage, as most prepared raw material can be stored for 7-10 days and then coffee loses almost all its properties. Therefore, if you are not in a hurry and want to enjoy a drink in full measure, no need to use Packed ground coffee you can buy in any store.
Even roasted grain until the time of use is recommended to keep no more than a month. But since we are unlikely to check how much grain had been in the store, and their own fry the raw grain to the required condition few people, just try to buy coffee beans and grind it yourself, which many can afford.
Equally important, what kind of water you use to make the drink. It is best to take water from the well or wells, but you can also take filtered water. Boiled water will not work. It is important that the utensils for cooking the coffee was perfectly clean. Turku is not worth MYT means for washing dishes, and it is better to use clean sand or ordinary soap without additives, because of the odors it can spoil the taste of the drink.
If you talk about proportions, it all depends on your health and your preferences. If you want to experience the true taste of coffee, per 100 milliliters of water you need to add at least two tablespoons of ground raw materials. Some love even stronger, but it all depends on how strong your heart, stomach and liver.
The longer you are preparing a drink, the richer it will be. Therefore, if you cook on a gas stove, the fire should be slow, and if the electric stove, the mode should be minimal. It is important to strictly monitor that did not have time to boil water, otherwise you’ll ruin the coffee. Normally, the cooking process should end when the water is almost ready to boil, i.e. the water temperature is 90-95 degrees.